From going for a cycle to calling our mum, these are the things that make life a tiny bit easier when a dip day strikes.
Melanie Chisholm is happy to be dancing in TikTok videos with her 11-year-old daughter Scarlet, but she makes sure her daughter’s account is private.
During a global event such as this pandemic where many of us around the world are locked in, it becomes more important than ever to keep our immunity up.
In our poll last week, we asked you how many times have you exercised amid this pandemic, and 24% of Yahoo readers voted 0 (we added ‘eating’ as jest), while 21% of you do exercise every day, seven times a week (that’s a good feat!).
Exercising and keeping a healthy diet is a large factor in ensuring you get efficient sleep. While these are the main factors you should adapt to in your day-to-day lives, there are some tools to help you beat insomnia.
The Internet has made it easier for everyone to find workout ideas and training tips, and we’ve been following some of these accounts for a while now.
Life coach and TV presenter Anna Williamson shares her tips for keeping anxiety at bay during the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
In the warmer months sleeping at night becomes a task that is daunting - waking up multiple times throughout the night to feeling uncomfortable in what feels like damp pillows and bed sheet - I know, doesn’t sound pleasant but we all do it.
Many of us already suffer from generalised anxiety these days, and for those who do, the addition of a health scare will increase their existing problem.
Decide what you can afford. In reality, you’re going to have to spend a bit of money, but it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you can find the time in your day to treat yourself, you can find the time to spend a little bit of money; after all, it’s a present for yourself.
Women are indeed, moving the needle in the entertainment industry. Today, we’ve seen more women raising the bar when it comes to acting (Awkwafina’s breakthrough role in The Farewell) and even directing (Anna Boden for Captain Marvel). So when Netflix presented me with an opportunity to interview three female heavyweights in the entertainment industry, at the same time, I couldn’t say no.
In a recent study at NUS Business School, working with colleagues at universities in Europe and Australia, we examined how social support – having a network of people who can provide emotional support and assistance - can help alleviate stress caused by high work demands.
The traditional Chinese practice of Feng Shui revolves around arranging your home, office or other place in such a way as to help improve your health, wealth and luck by ensuring good energy, or chi, circulates these spaces.
Young Asians are sticking at home, proudly claiming the title of ‘homebody’, deigning to hit the clubs, pubs and restaurants, preferring to order in everything from booze, groceries, fashion buys, entertainment and services like beauty and fitness.
According to the report two things stop people getting treatment: Lack of awareness about the symptoms of mental health problems; and issues concerning the stigma related to admitting to having a mental health issue.