I Hate Exercise, but It Loves Me…

I Don't Like Exercise, but It Likes Me

 Dr. Sara’s 5 Tips for Biohacking Exercise When You’d Rather Do Anything Else There, I admit it. It’s time to get brutally honest. After all, I’m in my forties, perimenopausal, and the best part about it is the newfound clarity, the lift of the hormonal veil–regarding the endless accommodation, the people-pleasing, the half-hearted enthusiasm for things you don’t…

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Make Exercise Your Meditation Too!

Make Exercising a Form of Meditating Too!

Meditate or exercise, why choose? Movement as a vehicle for deeper self-awareness has been a long-standing practice in many traditions such as Yoga, T’ai Chi, and Chi Gong. You can take the same principles of mindful movement into any workout. Exercise can become the way you deepen your sense of self, relieve anxiety and give your…

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How to Manage PMS: The Key to Your Feminine Power

How to Handle PMS- The Key to Your Girl Power

What can you do to help relieve PMS symptoms? The swollen breasts and bellies. Tears. Raging words erupting from tight throats—the ones we wish we could take back, but can’t. Ugh, PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome)! In today’s article, Sara Avant Stover shares a fresh perspective and approach to managing your “cycle.” The good girl, the thin…

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Biohacking Your Way to Better Sleep

Biohacking Your Way to Exceptional Sleep

In the same way that a computer hacker can reprogram an operating system to work differently, you can do the same thing to your own body. It’s called biohacking, baby, and it’s all the rage right now. Now if your first thought was, “bio….huh?” you’re not alone. It’s a somewhat nerdy concept probably made even…

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7-Step Detox to Fight Post-Holiday Weight Gain

7-Step Detox to Combat Post-Holiday Weight Gain

Even though the new year is in full swing, you may still be feeling the effects of excessive binging, raging parties, family drama, sleep deprivation, and noggy drinks from the holidays.   It’s not uncommon to pack on two, three, or even five pounds or more between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. That may not…

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