Learn How to Course-Correct Pain Patterns and Live Healthy, Happy and Free

Certified emotional healing and relationship coach Rebeccah Silence offers opportunities for “true breakthroughs” for anyone struggling to overcome pain patterns stemming from unhealed past experiences in her new book, Coming Back to Life: A Roadmap to Healing from Pain to Create the Life You Want. Continue reading Learn How to Course-Correct Pain Patterns and Live Healthy, Happy and Free

Eunoia Help Evokes Social Change and Promotes Teen Mental Health

Eunoia, “a beautiful mind” serves as an advocate for teens and young adults. At Eunoia, they encourage teenagers and young adults to utilize their voices to start conversations about social issues in order to engage and unite their communities. These past years have brought on immense social change, as well as uncertainty which impacts the entire population, especially teenagers and young adults. From living through a pandemic to protesting the government and other social issues, the need for advocacy and mental health services are greater than ever. Continue reading Eunoia Help Evokes Social Change and Promotes Teen Mental Health

The Happy Clam Treads New Waters in Search of Harmonious Life

Like clams finding nourishment from filter feeding, Rosemary Schmidt derives strength from taking in the bits and bytes of information swirling all around her and weaving it into a cohesive mosaic. Putting thoughts and ideas into a logical sequence that tells a story helps her make sense of a sometimes senseless world. Continue reading The Happy Clam Treads New Waters in Search of Harmonious Life

Beyond Drugs: Doctor’s Holistic Approach Can Thwart Cognitive Decline

“Nowhere is the cry for answers more poignant than with Alzheimer’s disease,” writes Dr. Sen in the introduction to his book, Why Buddha Never Had Alzheimer’s: A Holistic Treatment Approach through Meditation, Yoga, and the Arts. “Of all the diseases that continue to harass humanity, Alzheimer’s holds hostage the very fulcrum of human existence: its mind.” Continue reading Beyond Drugs: Doctor’s Holistic Approach Can Thwart Cognitive Decline

Mental Health Awareness Day: 10 Tips to Manage Study Burnout

Students are often nervous about the prospect of covering a substantial amount of material in just a few years. Even the most resilient of students can encounter challenges throughout their educational journey. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Day, St. George’s University, School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies in the Caribbean explains what burn out means and shares simple interventions that students can implement to prevent feeling burnt out. Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Day: 10 Tips to Manage Study Burnout

aKINDemy Presents ‘Mental and Emotional Wellbeing’ Themed Children’s Boxes for the Month of October to Highlight World Mental Health Day

In line with Mental Health Awareness Day, aKINDemy, a unique children’s book subscription service, is focusing on ‘Mental and Emotional Wellbeing’ for October boxes. The books are helpful resources to assist children to understand their emotions, and how they can overcome or deal with difficult situations. Continue reading aKINDemy Presents ‘Mental and Emotional Wellbeing’ Themed Children’s Boxes for the Month of October to Highlight World Mental Health Day

The Disconnected Population

How did we ‘evolve’ to become such a lonely generation? It’s one of the questions I’ve pondered over among a million other thoughts.  Why is it so challenging for one to find a true, genuine, and committed relationship in this era? Have we really lost our humanity in being able to connect, empathize and feel compassion for one another? How is it that so many of us long for a healthy emotional bond with a lifetime partner yet are unable to keep our hearts open? What does the word ‘love’ even mean? Continue reading The Disconnected Population

Study Sheds Light on the Benefits of Exercise in Fatty Liver Disease

Exercise supports the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by impacting on several metabolic pathways in the body, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. Regular HIIT exercise over a period of 12 weeks significantly decreased the study participants’ fasting glucose and waist circumference, and improved their maximum oxygen consumption rate and maximum achieved workload. Continue reading Study Sheds Light on the Benefits of Exercise in Fatty Liver Disease

Middle East’s First-of-its-kind Zoya Health Resort To Open in UAE on 22nd of April

ZOYA Health Resort, the Middle East’s first-of-its-kind five-star wellness retreat, is set to open from April 22nd in the UAE with guests able to experience a wide range of bespoke retreat programs helping to improve their wellbeing and live a healthier lifestyle. Continue reading Middle East’s First-of-its-kind Zoya Health Resort To Open in UAE on 22nd of April

Visit the Grenada Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai to Find Out Why the Caribbean Could be the Next go-to Destination to Study Medicine for Students

Prospective medical students from the region looking to study medicine can get to know more about St. George’s University, School of Medicine at the Grenada pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai The School of Medicine has a proven track record of preparing an international, diverse and inclusive group of healthcare professionals for a medical career Continue reading Visit the Grenada Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai to Find Out Why the Caribbean Could be the Next go-to Destination to Study Medicine for Students