The holidays are supposed to be fun, but we all know they can be extremely stressful for many of us. In hopes of making the most out of the festive season, we chatted with clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho to get some tips on how to survive the holidays a
A roundup of The Doctors' top tips from 2018 on how to fight stress.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that spending time alone can be good for your health, creativity and productivity. The panel suggests in addition to making time for your loved ones, to always make time for yourself.
The Doctors meet Jeremy Howick who studies the science of mind-body self-healing and believes we can do things to help the body heal itself without prescription drugs.
The Doctors discuss new research which found that having a planned break or scheduled activity after work can help you get better sleep at night. Plus, find out what the panel enjoys doing to unwind after a long day.
Can being bathed in sound help to reduce stress, inflammation and even possibly increase blood flow in the body? Find out what OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry thought of this unqiue type of meditation.
The Doctors are joins by meditation expert Suze Yalof Schwartz, author of “Unplug: A Simple Guide To Meditation For Busy Skeptics,” to share tips on how to easily meditate no matter where you are.
The Doctors send OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry to test out a sound bath at Unplug Meditation in LA.
The Doctors discuss a recent study that showed an improvement in brain health after practicing Tai chi for just 12 weeks. The Doctors are joined by Tai chi master Qichen Guo, who demonstrates some simple moves that most anyone can do.
Is it time you gave your mind a break and took a little time to zen out? We take a look back at some of our meditation and mindfulness segments that might improve your health, and reduce your stress levels.