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Neuroscientists Share Tips for Coping with Stress

Stress is annoying, feels terrible, and can wreck your peace of mind. While it's true that nobody likes being stressed, it's useful to remember that stress has its place: It makes us pay attention and, in short bursts, can help us hone our focus...

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How to deal with burnout

It’s completely normal to have bad days on the clock every now and then, even if we’re working at our dream job. But if we constantly feel exhausted, emotionally drained, unproductive, and unmotivated at work, these could be the warning signs of burnout.

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A beginner's guide to meditation

Meditation is certainly having a moment right now, with so many people sharing its numerous benefits – from increasing self-awareness, to reducing stress by helping you to gain perspective. So, it’s no surprise that Google reports an average of more than 74,000 searches for meditation every month, as people hunt for more information about it to use in their own lives.

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10 Self-Help Tips for Depression

Sadness, a lack of energy and motivation, little interest in the things you used to enjoy — all of these symptoms of depression can make it difficult to care for yourself on a daily basis.

Depression affects 16.1 million adults in the United States every year. So while depression can feel isolating and daunting, know that you’re not alone.

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Best Sleep Apps

If you are waking up tired or are concerned about the quality of your sleep, there are many apps to help.1 Sleep tracker apps analyze your sounds, movement, and behaviors as you sleep to give you a clear snapshot of the duration and quality of your sleep. These apps can also help you determine how much time you spend in Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep and how many times you are disturbed throughout the night.

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