An NBA champion; an Olympic gold medalist; a legendary defender on the court. No one has “basketball brain” quite like Jrue Holiday, so we were thrilled to have the opportunity to catch up with him after the NBA season to chat about the game, his life, and his experiences wearing our smart compression sleeves.
Meditation is one of the easiest and most common ways to push back against stress and anxiety. When it comes to natural stress relief, meditation is the go-to method for many people. Let’s talk about the basics of meditation together.
Some workdays feel like they drag on forever, and others go by too quickly – there can be so much to get done in a single day that you become overwhelmed early on and flounder. So how do you improve your focus naturally at work?
Spending so much time on homework can be frustrating and stressful, especially when being in school already takes up over thirty hours each week. If you can’t figure out how to stay focused on homework for so much time, and would rather be doing something else, we have some ideas that should help!
Whether you’re a student, an athlete, a young professional, or even all three, sometimes we all feel as though there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. You may find that sleeping well, eating well, working, and finding time for hobbies and socializing is a challenge of epic proportions… and that can be a very stressful realization.
A little extra focus can go a long way. If medicine to focus better is your option of choice, however, you need to be careful to ensure that you are not hurting your mind and body, and discuss the option with a licensed doctor. Thankfully, there are other, safer techniques proven to work without nearly as much risk to your mind or body.
Depending on what you do for school or work, you might spend a lot of time reading: news articles, blogs, reports, instructions, and all kinds of other important items. If that is the case, you may have seen the title of this article and wondered – how does reading a book reduce stress?