The ancient Chinese practice is surprisingly relaxing and healing.
I had an hour-long immersive experience in an attempt to relax. But what was I really paying for?
Researchers call it "hurry sickness": The more we overload our schedules, the more we strengthen the task-oriented network of the brain.
Moderate exercise translates to immediate benefits for brain functioning, a new study shows.
A new YouTube video brings serene "oceanscapes" to you.
Or at least pretend she that does, so that she can seem vaguely human.
Why your mundane Sunday activities are so damn comforting.
You can get through the day—but expect to kind of suck.
Because today is a lot.
Relax? Don't do it.