How Social Connection Can Make You Healthier
Human beings are wired to connect with each other and our well being depends on it. According to scientist Scientist Matthew Lieberman, who studies the neuroscience of human connections, we are profoundly shaped by our social environment and that we suffer greatly when our social bonds are threatened or severed.
How To Build And Maintain Healthy Habits: Habit Loops And Formation
Want to nurture habits more aligned with your personal goals and values? The first step is understanding how habits are formed! This article explains habit loops, and how our brain works to construct and maintain habits.
Stress, Biomarkers and the Body: What’s really happening inside?
We can bring about the change we want to see - in ourselves and our children - when it comes to stress management. All it takes is understanding what is going on in your life and your body, and taking steps that are tailored to your wellbeing.
Take control of your health with WellBeing
If the last two years have encouraged you to focus more on your health, you’re not alone. In fact, around 56%of Australians describe themselves as in excellent or very good shape. But what is the best way to maintain and improve our health in a post-Pandemic world and what challenges do we face? Well, according to the Australian Department of Health, two potential challenges are finding ways to effectively use “emerging health technologies” and secondly, making better use of available “health data”. That, says Drop Bio Health CEO and Co-Founder Phil Hayes St Clair, is where Drop Bio Health WellBeing comes in.
A Beginners’ Guide To Reading Scientific Publications
While you should always seek guidance from a registered health professional to interpret and apply anything you read before making any changes, if you want to explore a particular topic, understanding how to read scientific publications is a great skill to have. Here is an explanation of the different types of scientific publications
A Clinical Psychologist And Yoga Teacher Explains Mental Flexibility
So how do we tap into our body’s natural calming systems in times of stress? Dr Kaitlin Harkess, clinical psychologist and senior yoga teacher, answers questions from our community on how to cultivate psychological flexibility and using yoga to manage anxiety, reduce stress and improve overall wellbeing.