More About: 'Mental-health'

Coping With Burnout: Create a Mental Health Toolkit for Times of Stress

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and generally burnt out lately, you’re not alone. It would be nearly impossible to not feel burnt out by some area of your life after the past year: a global pandemic, a sudden switch to remote learning or working (or some combination of the two), financial uncertainty, perhaps an overcrowded ...

The Best Post-Quarantine Diet? Dr. Drew Ramsey Says It’s Not What You Think

The weather is warming, trees are blooming, and amidst it all, there’s a new sign of spring optimism: people are being vaccinated against COVID-19 in growing numbers. But as the country starts opening up and a return to normalcy appears on the horizon, a troubling trend is already brewing. Imagine the annual pressure to shed ...

Voting Information & Resources You Need to Make Your Voice Heard

Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. And as energizing (or daunting) as that may make you feel, now more than ever is the time to educate yourself on the election process, your voting rights, and how to get involved.

How an ICU Nurse Balances Work + Life During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Welcome to What I Eat in a Day, a blog series that showcases the daily lives and meals of Thrive Market members like you. Today, we’re talking with Colleen Spiro, a 27-year-old ICU nurse at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. As a new Thrive Market member, Spiro shares why healthy living is important to her ...

How to Cope With Stress Featuring Therapist Michelle Massi

Learning how to handle stress effectively should be a part of everyone’s quarantine survival strategy. We’ve all been forced into new routines, which means families are navigating school closures (and close quarters) and employees are working from home—plus, there’s the added stress of the virus itself. Understandably, our minds can quickly go from fine to ...

Best Books for Difficult Times

If reading has become an almost-daily practice in recent weeks, you’re not alone. The Atlantic finds as people tire of streaming services, books are helping fill the void and provide the deeper connections we’re collectively craving. “As watching a sitcom starts feeling too passive, we might turn more and more to reading, precisely because it ...

Online Meditation Courses + Apps for Different Types of Meditation

Our lives might look a bit different right now—and that can be stressful. But starting a meditation practice (or deepening an existing one) can help you find peace with the challenges caused by quarantining, reduce your stress, and manage fluctuating anxiety levels. Just think of this post as your meditation starter kit—we’re looking at some ...

How to Feel Connected While Dining Solo

Welcome to Dining In, a series that takes you into the homes of Thrive Market employees and brand partners to share what cooking in our own kitchens really looks like. Today, I’m introducing you to myself! My name is Lily Comba and I’m the Senior Content Writer on the Thrive Market Content team. I have ...

The Best Online Therapy Apps

When you need to talk to someone—but can’t leave the house—online therapy apps can offer support. This alternative approach to therapy has boomed in recent years, especially as an entry point to more traditional models. According to the American Psychological Association, “the ease and convenience of scheduling a therapy appointment online and talking with a ...

Quiet Mind: How to Tap Into Your Creativity for a Healthier, Happier, More Productive Life

How often is it that genius strikes while you’re sitting at a desk between the working hours of nine to five?

The Dark Side of Napping, and More in Our Weekly Feed

Every Monday, we’re rounding up the biggest news bites in health and wellness. In this week’s episode: America’s favorite pastime (no, not baseball—napping!) may have some deadly consequences.

VIDEO: Having a Meltdown? Here Are 6 Ways to Ease Anxiety—Fast

When your mind starts racing and your body feels tight—almost paralyzed—and you don’t have a second or the willpower to figure out what to do next: That’s anxiety.

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