The words “winter” and “activity” combined might seem to counter the very definition of “quiet” in many cases, when people talk about outdoor activities in…
Many believe that fishing relieves stress and increases self-esteem, it does.
According to clinical psychologist Dr. Cindy Miller, of Missoula, Montana, studies show how outdoor activities like fishing can be a great source for stress relief and general therapy.
Forest bathing, or “shinrin-yoku” in Japanese, is not skinny-dipping in some woodland puddle that you might expect (unless that’s what you want to do.)
Instead, it’s the act of taking a leisurely walk through the forest and using the senses for health benefits including increased focus, stronger immune system, lower blood pressure and decreased stress levels.
Hypnotherapy’s benefits, costs and legitimacy have been debated for years between experts and cartoonists alike.
According to the Huffington Post, this isn’t the “You are getting very sleepy…” hypnosis that people are used to seeing in pop culture references, but a clinical procedure used in conjunction with other therapies and treatments.