Many people today are suffering from poor physical and mental health, and it’s easy to understand why. While we tend to spend significant amounts of time and money on maintaining our homes and cars, we simply do not make the same investment when it comes to looking after our body and mind. In today’s fast paced world, people are often too busy to even think about their long term health. A large percentage of the global population has no time for exercise or sleep and often settles for the convenience of unhealthy fast food. Continue reading
Judson Brewer, MD, PhD, explains how being mindful and curiously aware may help us break the behavioral spell of even the most addictive bad habits.