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What’s that one thing that you do every single second of the day? It happens without thinking and it is the number one thing that keeps you alive. Breathing. Find out how to breathe better to improve your health.
Do you have trouble shutting off your brain? If so, you need more mental rest. Find out how to take small breaks in your day to systemize your thoughts, allowing your mind to feel free.
Technology has facilitated the ability to work uninterrupted, but we need to be cognizant of how it’s affecting us. Here’s how to maintain your digital health and create boundaries around technology use.
You can’t spend 40 hours a week staring at jumbled surroundings and expect to feel passionate about anything, much less come up with innovative ideas. Creative rest awakens the awe and wonder inside each of us. Here’s how to cultivate creative rest so you can again find inspiration and great ideas.
In the third of our three-part series on fixing pain, find out what causes knee pain, and how to provide yourself some relief.
When it comes to social rest, your social life is strongly associated with better mental and physical health. Failing to uphold social boundaries or time around people (speaking from experience) is a recipe for burnout. Find out how to get the social rest you need.
In the second of a three-part series on fixing pain, find out what causes lower back pain, and how to provide yourself some relief.
Bright lights, computer screens, background noise and multiple conversations — whether they’re in an office or on Zoom calls — can cause our senses to feel overwhelmed. Here’s how to give yourself sensory rest to undo the damage inflicted by our over-stimulating world.
In the first of a three-part series on fixing pain, find out what causes plantar fasciitis, and how to provide yourself some relief.
Within the world of fitness, rest is underplayed. Here’s how to start giving your body and brain the physical rest it deserves.
Get back your Me Time. At Skyterra, our guests find QuickFit to be an effective way to start the day. Keep your QuickFit short so you can squeeze it in, even for 10 or 15 minutes. For busy people, this is a great way to add in movement.
The first in a series on rest, today we discuss emotional rest. Are you the friend who everyone depends on? When you constantly give and fail to create the space where you are able to “fill up your cup,” feeling exhausted becomes a constant.