Daily Cup of Wellness

Fitness enthusiasts are thrilled about a new study that suggests speed walking can help you to live longer.

Make prayer a priority in your life, and you will be surprised at the difference it makes in your mental, physical, and spiritual health.

Personal health and wellness are some of the most important aspects of life. When there is a strange sensation in or on the body, concern and curiosity follow suit. Doctors say the general rule of thumb is not to self-diagnose by searching the internet for associated symptoms. However, research studies claim that Googling symptoms can…

Negative thinking and emotions are a natural human response to life stressors, but if prolonged, they can severely negatively impact your health.

In life, health problems arise. Meditation can be a part of the solution.

Let’s take a look at some ideas that can help you jump start your relationship, your life, or both, out of being stuck.

A new study by the American Heart Association says positive mental health and generally staying optimistic about life can reduce a person’s chances of developing heart disease. The expression “healthy mind, healthy body” might have some scientific backing. “A person’s mind, heart and body are all interconnected and interdependent in what can be termed ‘the…

Working remotely is causing more back pain for nearly a quarter of Americans. According to a new survey commissioned by Preparation H, COVID restrictions are causing more people to be inactive. Now, the average person is spending an additional four hours a day sitting down versus being up and active. The Preparation H survey had…

Being in recovery from a substance use disorder (SUD) entails many challenges. We may have mistakes to correct, relationships to repair, or come face-to-face with the widespread stigma surrounding SUD that sadly still exists. In addition, fun celebrations, so common during the holidays, can actually require special care and planning. This year, we also have…

Did you know giving to others is likely to increase how long you will live? Whether it’s money, resources, or even a helping hand, generosity is being linked to longevity, and it’s proved to be a worthy cause. A paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science states there is a linear…

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