Why can’t I sleep? According to a Consumer Report, 27 percent of U.S. adults said they had difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep most nights. 68 percent struggled with sleep at least once a week. Sleep is vital for your health and growth, it’s what allows your system to heal and reset. Do you have trouble… Read more »
New Mexico is going on week 4 of lockdowns and if we’re being honest? For a lot of people, it isn’t getting any easier. With a global pandemic, it’s not easy to be in the best mood. We wanted to remind you that it’s perfectly okay to not be okay during these chaotic times. It is… Read more »
We are currently experiencing something that no other generation has been through. The media is bombarding the public with never-ending updates. We receive continuous “pings” from our friends and family, sharing articles, videos, links, and conspiracies about the coronavirus. We seemingly cannot escape from it. There is no denying that a global pandemic is frightening.… Read more »
Aromatherapy has been around for the last 6,000 years but has seen its rise in popularity around 2015 for the United States. Essential oils may relieve anxiety, boost memory, support circulatory systems, and a gamut of other functions.
2019 is finally here and we would like to share some habits we think would help you to triumphantly get through this year. It is time to get to be where you always dreamed you could be but have maybe strayed from the path.
When you plan a road trip, do you just get in the car and start driving? No, of course not! You determine a place you want to go, the route to get there, and necessary supplies you’ll need to get there. This is the same philosophy we need to have for goal planning.
he dichotomy of life is that in order for there to be light, there must be dark. It is vital to understand that if everything were to be great all of the time then the appreciation for it would dissipate entirely. When darkness is around us we will always have one thing to keep us affixed to help us with struggling through the journey, hope.
We’ve all been there before, its the third day of your New Year’s resolution and heading to the gym doesn’t sound as appealing as continuing your 2nd week of binge-watching The Office. The psychology behind this is simple, something you have established as a habit has a tremendously higher pull than the new activity you wish to pursue.
Your brain is an organ that is always on and working to maintain your bodily functions no matter what the circumstance is. It never takes a sick day, calls in late to work, or makes excuses about its performance. For your brain to work at its highest level,
Here at Sage Neuroscience, we believe that the first steps in achieving happiness begin with establishing patterns of behavior that aid you in successfully dealing with anxiety. The crippling abyss that anxiety can provoke in your life is generally a construct that is built in your mind due to being too heavily invested… Read more »