Sleep Deprivation Making You Zone Out? Here's Why.

Have you ever thought about why sleep deprivation feels like being drunk without drinking anything? Find out why sleep deprivation leaves people feeling so spaced out.

Nov 20

Categories: Mindfulness


Top Tips to De-stress Your Commute

From crowded platforms to rush hour traffic, delayed trains to pouring rain – your daily commute can be stressful. So take matters into your own hands and use these tips to help make your journey a little easier.

Oct 23

Categories: Mindfulness, Relaxation techniques, Stress Management, Workplace ...


3 Ways to Practice Mindfulness Daily

Mindfulness is a good method of self-care. It helps us be in tune with ourselves, and guides us to listen, pay attention and honour the experiences we go through each day. Here are three ways we can practice meditation when we are out and about ...

Jul 24

Categories: Mindfulness, Self-Care / Self Compassion


Are You Emotionally Well?

Here are the 8 hallmarks of emotional wellness.

Jun 29

Categories: Happiness, Mindfulness, Stress Management


7 Tips for Becoming More Mindful

Discover seven techniques to implement into your life to become more mindful

Jun 21

Categories: Mindfulness, Mindfulness Meditation


Keep Your Cool! How to Stop Meltdowns in Their Tracks

For some, a meltdown means bursting into tears. For others, it's an out-of-control expression of anger. For still others, it's being a sarcastic jerk. In any case, it's not pleasant to realise that you've just had an adult temper tantrum. So how do ...

May 19

Categories: Anger Management, Mindfulness


Easing Pain

Psychologists are exploring complementary therapies and integrated approaches to better treat the complex problem of chronic pain. More effort is being put into studying complementary therapies, including hypnosis, meditation and yoga, that may ease ...

Oct 25

Categories: Chronic Pain, Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Mindfulness Meditation, Pain ...


What eight weeks of mindfulness training do to your brain

Practising mindfulness - spending time paying attention to your current mental experiences in a non-judgmental way - has been associated with many beneficial outcomes, including reduced anxiety and improved decision making (although note, there ...

Oct 21

Categories: Mindfulness


The Psychology of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is currently a hot topic in psychology, and beyond. Given the wealth of research on mindfulness, as well as dissenting opinions regarding the efficacy and effectiveness of mindfulness, what exactly is mindfulness?

Oct 20

Categories: Meditation, Mindfulness, Mindfulness Meditation


Oxytocin Enhances Spirituality, New Study Says

Oxytocin has been dubbed the "love hormone" for its role promoting social bonding, altruism and more. Now new research from Duke University suggests the hormone may also support spirituality.

Sep 23

Categories: Happiness, Mindfulness, Spirituality


How Schools are using Mindful Eating to fight Eating Disorders

Mindful eating invites participants to "pay attention" to the food in front of them and engage their five senses (sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch) before consuming a single morsel. This mindfulness practice builds the children's awareness of ...

Sep 3

Categories: Eating Disorders, Health Psychology, Mindfulness


Healing power of communal gardening Gardening

Horticultural therapy - which encourages a person to visit green spaces and join guided group gardening activities - can have mental and physical health benefits. This is the interim finding of an ongoing local study, called Effects Of ...

Aug 11

Categories: Mindfulness


Mindfulness for Children May Prevent Anxiety and Mental Illness

A new study by researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) explores how cognitive therapy that uses mindfulness techniques such as meditation, quiet reflection, and facilitator-led discussion, may serve as an adjunct to pharmacological ...

Aug 3

Categories: Anxiety, Mindfulness


Mindfulness can make you healthier

Mindfulness is the act of paying attention – in an intentional and nonjudgmental way – to your own thoughts and feelings. Being more aware of your own self leads to reduced stress and increased positive emotions. But, it can also lead to better ...

May 24

Categories: Mindfulness


Can mindfulness therapy be more useful than drugs?

Many people, in an attempt to de-stress, have tried some form of mindfulness – the practice of sitting still and focusing on your breathing and thoughts. But does it work? And in what circumstances?

May 20

Categories: Mindfulness