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.
Do vacation right, and you’ll feel less stressed, tired, and dissatisfied, and more happy and energized when you return.
A new YouTube video brings serene "oceanscapes" to you.
Why your mundane Sunday activities are so damn comforting.
Wine, weed, and unplugging—your ancient Jewish guide to modern-day stress relief.
You can get through the day—but expect to kind of suck.
Because today is a lot.
Relax? Don't do it.
TV binging is apparently not a good way to relax, so I got a guy to bang a symbol over my head instead.
Unsurprisingly, it's in Oregon.