Research & Resources
Here is more support for explaining to your clients why it’s important to get a good night’s sleep regularly and how sleep benefits them.
New research outlines the mental process for solidifying new motor memory and highlights the role of deep restorative sleep.
There’s nothing like the plentiful warm sunlight of summer to improve moods, increase energy and inspire active, healthy habits.
This compensation trends report provides data on current wages in the industry as well as benefits and hiring and promotion criteria.
Many competitive athletes hold irrational beliefs and self-judgmental thoughts that lower self-confidence and increase competitive anxiety.
Fitness consumers are motivated to exercise to promote a long and healthy life, and also seek low-intensity training and restorative options.
An ASICS study demonstrated that mind games can significantly improve cognitive function and mental performance among competitive gamers.
There’s no arguing about the benefit and importance of physical activity for our health, especially during menopause. And that’s only the starting point: Women transitioning through menopause benefit from a comprehensive approach—one that addresses both…
Below we highlight organizations and resources seeking to create better outcomes for Black mental health and wellness.
Researchers analyzed human and animal imaging that showed the brain-breath connection and how breathing influences the brain.
Studies show that increasing physical activity and mindfulness may be a means to better achieve flow states.
Planning a workout to help improve mental performance may be possible as scientists tease out the effect of types of exercise on memory.
New study findings support the use of exercise as a first-line treatment for non-severe depression among adults.
If you offer nature activities, be sure to promote the relaxation rewards and not just physical benefits, since nature walks reduce stress.
Lifestyle concepts like “Ikigai,” a Japanese concept related to living a meaningful and satisfying life, are gaining popular interest.
Here’s news to share with your older women clients about exercise: Research reveals gender differences for exercise and cognitive function.
New research shows exercise improves concentration in children, as exercise, concentration and quality of life are interconnected.
Answers and solutions for getting sleep, plus questions you can ask and tips you can offer when guiding others on their sleep quest.
Low physical activity levels, even those below public health recommendations, can still reduce depression risks.
Did you know that September is Pain Awareness Month? You might want to consider yoga nidra as an option to manage pain.