Our constant, relentless exposure to the news, social media, and stressful environments, and everything else we're dealing with in our personal lives has a way of making us feel overwhelmed and helpless. In this new Ted Talk episode, Ted Ryce will reveal why we usually crack under pressure, what we can do to prevent that, and how we can become resilient to cope with all the stress and anxiety in our lives. Listen Now!
Our culture is obsessed with weight. And many people let their morning weigh-in determine how they’ll feel for the whole day. But the truth is that our weight doesn’t tell the story of how healthy we are–it’s just one of many measurements and not even the best. In this episode, you’ll learn the best ways to tell if your workout and nutrition plan is working and why the number on the scale does not define you or your worth. Listen Now!
Whether we talk about a breakup or a divorce, the death of a loved one or a miscarriage, or even losing your financial stability or getting fired from a job you loved, the pain of loss can be overwhelming. In this Ted Talk episode, Ted will share his own life experience overcoming many tragedies. He will also speak about toxic positivity in grief and how it affects us negatively, the importance of the grieving process in our overall health, and much more. Listen now!
Stress is our body’s response to threat and danger, a response that is meant to protect us when working properly. It helps us stay alert, energetic, and focused in order to be able to defend ourselves in dangerous situations. But when it becomes chronic, stress can cause huge damage to our physical and mental health. In today’s episode, Ted’s guest, Dr. Mithu Storoni is going to dive deep into how chronic stress impacts mental, physical, and brain health, and what we should do to become stress-proof. Listen now!