Even though many people associate happiness with having a significant other to cuddle up with at night, plenty of people still find fulfillment being single. Being in a relationship definitely comes with perks, but maybe some people(especially from the generation of millennials) find that relationships cause suffocation and stagnation. We’ve been led to believe that the single life means loneliness, depression, and constant jealousy over happy couples, but could we find happiness within ourselves,...

by School Of Life on 5 May 2017

Millions of people worldwide suffer from a variety of different mental illnesses, with the most common mental disorders being anxiety and depression. The most comprehensive mental health study about anxiety and depression to date was published in the journal Psychological Medicine, and was performed by researchers from the University of Queensland. After poring over surveys from 91 different countries involving more than 480,000 people, they found that 1 in 13 people globally suffers from anxiety,...

by School Of Life on 23 April 2017

“Anxiety is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn’t get you very far.” – Jodi Picoult Anxiety is a normal human emotion that everyone feels from time to time. Anxiety is often a by-product of stress; which is something that we are all familiar with. Battling anxiety on a daily basis can be exhausting and even result in an anxiety disorder. Anxious feelings generally consist of the following: -Feelings of panic, fear, and uneasiness -Numbness or tingling in the...

by School Of Life on 18 April 2017

Sleep is increasingly recognized as important to public health, with sleep insufficiency linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors. An estimated 50-70 million US adults have (a) sleep or wakefulness disorder. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Obesity. Smoking. Sleeping. What do these three things have in common? Each is considered a public concern or epidemic by the nation’s leading public health organizations. To be more specific,...

by School Of Life on 13 April 2017

Life is impossible without water. Every living being on the planet needs it. It helps the body to perform its function at full speed. But, keep in mind that water hydrates your body only when used in its pure and original form. Proper amounts of water keeps health at optimal level, since water adjust body temperature and enhances digestion. Fresh water flushes toxins out of the body, and replenishes the body with fluids. The most important benefit of water is its role as an reactant, meaning that...

by School Of Life on 14 February 2017

This article will tell you the methods to get rid of pimples over night and fast with natural home remedy. Getting up fresh in the morning after long night’s sound sleep makes one feel happy and think positive about the day ahead. But, if you stand before the mirror and a red, hot and swollen pimples on your face appear prominent, your time and mood might get spoiled. You can either bear with it and leave it on its own or try to take some simple and homemade treatments to eliminate pimples...

by School Of Life on 14 February 2017

IF YOU’VE BEEN STRUGGLING TO FIND WAYS TO FALL ASLEEP FASTER, TRY THE FOLLOWING METHODS, BACKED BY SCIENCE OF COURSE, THAT INCLUDE SEVERAL WAYS TO PREPARE YOUR BODY FOR SLUMBER. It is a well known fact that the human body requires sleep more than it does food. Lack of sufficient sleep can affect your performance at work and at home, daily tasks can become debilitating and the anxiety that comes with it just perpetuates the sleeplessness cycle. Unless you are on special medication or have a medical...

by School Of Life on 13 February 2017

WE ALL KNOW THAT SLEEPING THE WRONG WAY CAN CAUSE OUR BODY PAIN, BUT DID YOU KNOW THAT IT CAN ALSO HAVE NUMEROUS EFFECTS ON OUR HEALTH AS WELL? LUCKILY, THERE ARE A FEW SLEEPING POSITIONS YOU CAN TRY THAT WILL IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH. SLEEP ON YOUR LEFT SIDE. The left side of the body is recommended to sleep on more than the right. This is because it reduces acid reflux, aids circulation and heart function, and it helps keep pressure off the liver. Berkeley Wellness  “Sleeping on your right side...

by School Of Life on 13 February 2017

After eating satisfying meal, many of us just want to lay down for the rest of the night and watch a great movie or TV show. But little do we know, this is actually one of worse things you can do after you eat! It’s small bad habits like this that can get in the way of reaching our healthiest potential. Here Are 5 Things You Should Never Do After You Eat: 1. Sleep Going to sleep right after you eat causing your stomach to burn through the night, which causes discomfort, bloating, and odd sleeping...

by School Of Life on 12 February 2017

THE JAPANESE CULTURE HAS BEEN USING WATER THERAPY FOR CENTURIES, AND THEY HAVE USED THE METHOD DESCRIBED BELOW TO CURE EVERYTHING FROM HEADACHES TO CANCER. According to the Japanese Medical Society of America, who are big supporters of water therapy, drinking water on an empty stomach can help treat diabetes, gastritis, headache, epilepsy, heart problems, tuberculosis, asthma, bronchitis, arthritis,  kidney problems, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, hemorrhoids, cancer and menstrual disorders. Our...

by School Of Life on 28 November 2016