Mind Over Mattress

Mind Over Mattress
We’ve all talked about it; want to do it, but somehow sleeping always gets the best of us. Of course going back to bed and hitting the snooze button is always the easiest thing to do but what if we got in a routine, woke up early and started doing more with our day. Getting a head start has not only been proven to make you more efficient, more successful and happier, but it also sets you up for a better life and improves your daily habits. Not to mention that you won't have to make the ever so difficult choice of choosing between the gym and happy hour. So wake up early and start preparing for greatness while the rest of the world is still dreaming. Get Prepped Start your day with some meditation and a good stretch. This is something that most people do...
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Working Out Anxiety and Depression

Working Out Anxiety and Depression
We all know the great benefits of working out. It keeps us healthy, physically fit and strong. Not only does it help with our outer appearance, physical health and our mental state. But what if I told you it could also be one of the main tools in helping to cure your anxiety or maybe even your depression? It has also been found to improve ADHD, your sleep patterns and elevate your overall mood, memory and brain function. It reduces inflammation and aids in the growth of neurons, and releases powerful chemicals in your brain, aka endorphins that keep you in a moderately elevated and calming state. In addition, it gives you the satisfaction of taking matters of bettering yourself in your own hands. Someone dealing with depression or anxiety can often feel unmotivated or tired, which in turn it...
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Don't Panic!

Don't Panic!
Have you ever had one of those moments where your heart suddenly races and you couldn’t catch your breath? That even though you’re practically doing nothing, you start having cold sweats and feel like you’re choking, trembling and shaking? The more you think about it, the worse it gets to a point where you can even feel like you’re dying. Don’t worry, you definitely aren’t going crazy. But there’s a good chance that you might be experiencing a panic attack. After a panic attack experience, your first plan of action would be to determine how a panic attack works. Panic attacks are triggered by different psychological and biological factors. These are brief episodes of anxiety that last for 5-10 minutes and can happen without any warning at all. Luckily, panic attacks are not considered dangerous. However, it is highly advised...
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