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We asked Kelly Smith from the Mindful in Minutes podcast to tell us why adding 10 minutes of meditation to your daily routine could be a game changer for your sleep.
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Research suggests that exercise brings not only physical but also various mental benefits. The question is: Are you making the most of it?
You’ve heard about mindfulness, right? And know that exercise can help ease stress? Why not combine the two into mindful workouts?
Here are four key ways pro triathlete Patrik Nilsson has found helpul in preventing stress getting in the way of his sports performance.
Here’s why you should try deep breathing and how to get the hang of the right technique and routine.
If exercise as stress relief stops working for you, maybe you’re doing it wrong? Press reset and read what kind of exercise is optimal for stress relief.