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By Catherine Guthrie
Plant-based remedies to help ease your mind.
A woman hunched over.
By The Life Time Training Team
Do you feel worn out, unmotivated, achy, tired, or depressed? This may help offer some answers.
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While many aspects of our health are interconnected, two in particular play a major role in how we feel and function: sleep and stress. In this episode, integrative psychiatrist Henry Emmons, MD shares why they’re essential and offers tips for managing both.

A woman lying down getting her upper back massaged.
By Catherine Guthrie
Think of massage as an indulgence? Perhaps. But it can also be a powerful tool for health and well-being — from easing pain and inflammation to soothing stress and anxiety.
Close up of an athlete taking a break after hard training
By Matt Fitzgerald
Are you exhausted for days following your workouts? Or are you just too tired to make it to the gym? If so, you may be suffering from adrenal fatigue.
high anxiety
By Joseph Hart
Some 40 million Americans regularly suffer from troubling levels of anxiety. Find out what triggers these episodes, how our bodies respond, and how you can remain calmer in the face of whatever life throws your way.
Woman in gym smiling
By Molly Schelper
Get inspired by these step-by-step suggestions for making positive changes to your health and well-being.
A woman leaning back with arms stretched out and eyes closed.
By Jack Fahden
These guided breathing exercises can help you slow down, be more mindful, and find a sense of calm.
A snow-covered Life Time fitness club.
By Emily Ewen
Stress less and enjoy more by letting us be your holiday helper this year.
Candle and string lights in front of outdoor dinner party
By Jon Spayde
Opening your home to guests for the holidays? Here are a few tips to avoid hospitality-induced anxiety.
Overwhelmed woman by Christmas trees
By Jon Spayde
Are holiday obligations stressing you out? Here's how to cope.
Woman listening to headphones and holding kitten
By Karen Olson
Why certain rhythms, sounds, and vibrations can help us reduce stress, create a deep sense of well-being, and even promote healing.
Morning Rush
By Jon Spayde
Had enough of frenzied, crazy-making mornings? Here’s how to start your days more sanely—and enjoy energy-boosting benefits all day long.
Collage broken glass and healthy lifestyle images
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Traumatic stress can be debilitating and terrifying. Movement therapy — involving increasingly accessible, thoughtful approaches to exercise — offers new hope.
Mom on couch with basket of laundry and two children
By Michael Dregni
The stress gap between men and women may be growing, according to recent research. Here are three ways to manage stress — for everyone.
Science of Stress
By Jon Spayde
Understand how stress operates in your body — and how to reduce stress and build resilience.
Pressure Points
By Catherine Guthrie
Acupressure accesses the body’s subtle energy layers to let health and well-being flow.
woman on sabbatical
By Karen Olson
Sabbaticals aren’t just for college professors anymore. Many workers are taking time off to pursue a creative project, build a skill, or simply expand their horizons.
Minimalist bathroom
By Aviva Romm, MD
Functional-medicine doc Aviva Romm’s replenish-repair kit helps bring your hormones into balance.
illustration of man looking into a well and seeing a childhood reflection
By Heidi Wachter
Pioneering pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris is transforming how public-health advocates respond to the toxic stress created by childhood adversity. Here, she shares her prescription for healing.
woman worrying
By Heidi Wachter
Chronic stress that keeps you up at night can increase the production of fat cells.
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