We all have favorite colors, usually based on what we think is the most pleasing to our eyes, or what suits us best in terms of clothing, makeup, or décor, and how those colors make us feel. Sometimes our color choices are influenced by trends. And while fashions come and go, as does the popularity of certain “in” colors and shades, what always remains is our subconscious reaction to colors. When you understand color psychology, you can use that knowledge to boost your well being.
Did you grow up hearing time and again "Just do your best"? You probably did, like most of us. It's a common expectation about many things in life, such as schoolwork, exams, giving a presentation at work or writing a report. It's taken as a given that we should do our best in pretty much everything we do. For perfectionists, this is a way of life, albeit a very stressful one that can lead to mental, physical and emotional ill-health. Striving to do our best all the time is exhausting and if we feel our best isn't good enough, it can have a terrible effect on our self-esteem and leave us feeling like a failure.
There is a natural way to stop severe anxiety from controlling your life. Here are three steps that are guaranteed to help you treat anxiety, including anxiety attacks, once and for all.
Your memories, dreams, wishes, emotions and the nervous system of all your body’s functions are contained in the most vital organ in the body: the brain. So keeping your brain in tip-top condition is essential. Here are 5 easy ways to keep your brain healthy.
Of course, it is vital to protect our skin from the damaging effects of the sun. But what is it that we should know about our sunscreens? Well, it’s estimated that the number of people being diagnosed with skin cancer in the UK alone has increased fivefold in just 40 years. That’s a frightening statistic and should get us all reaching for sunscreen. But did you know that most sunscreens are actually bad for your skin – and your overall health?!