The Tapping Solution: A Healing Modality

By Nicolas Ortner8 min read Perhaps you’ve heard of the scientifically proven technique called EFT Tapping – a combination of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology. It’s been featured on popular television programs like The Dr. Oz Show, Good Morning America, and just recently on Jane the Virgin. And the reason it’s getting SO much positive exposure is because it works like magic to reduce stress, anxiety, … Continue reading The Tapping Solution: A Healing Modality

School, Work, and Mental Health

By  Stephanie Catalano10 min read It’s not uncommon for people to put more emphasis on physical health, but it’s time to recognize mental health as essential. Mental Health is Important.We are living in a world where there is a lot of outside pressure and noise all of which can cause additional stress and interrupt one’s mental health. It’s crucial to take care of yourself to … Continue reading School, Work, and Mental Health

What Helps Me When the Panic Sets In

By Julia Broglie, Founder & CEO of BroglieBox10 min read Having a panic attack due to anxiety? Some people report that it feels as though they’re having a heart attack or even dying. Dizziness, chest pain, sweating, shaking, nausea, and hyperventilating are just some of the typical symptoms along with losing control or your sense of reality. Here are some tips that have helped me … Continue reading What Helps Me When the Panic Sets In

When I Woke Up to Where My Anxiety Was Actually Coming From

By Jessie Douglass-Smith McGraw10 min read Up until my early 30’s, I spent most of my life living with varying degrees of anxiety. I vacillated from extreme anxiety when I was little because I was always worried my parents were going to divorce, to a low hum of anxiety that was my constant, back to extreme anxiety as a professional dancer in my twenties that … Continue reading When I Woke Up to Where My Anxiety Was Actually Coming From

Forest Bathing: The Science Behind Its Positive Effects

By Colin Champ8 min read An easy way to gauge whether something is stressful is to measure cortisone levels. Cortisone, the “stress” hormone, is released during tense and stressful situations. My drive to work is apparently one of the most stressful parts of my day as it shoots my cortisone (and blood sugar) through the roof. As discussed before, chronic stress does some damage by repeatedly raising … Continue reading Forest Bathing: The Science Behind Its Positive Effects

5 Tips to be Healthy, Fit, and Happy!

By Dr. Sharon Ufberg8 min read Let’s face it, we all know that we could improve our weekly routines to stay healthier, be more fit and feel less stressed. Unfortunately, often our busy schedules, overbooked calendars, and multiple commitments get in the way of being the best version of ourselves. And they don’t take an entire lifestyle shift to add them into your daily routine … Continue reading 5 Tips to be Healthy, Fit, and Happy!

Simple Mindfulness Techniques that Can Be Done Anywhere

By The BroglieBox Team5 min read THE BODY SCANEver wonder why your stomach gets upset when you are feeling sad or anxious? Our feelings and our bodies are so interconnected but we rarely tune into our body parts individually to actually discover where we are holding tension. Common places include shoulders, traps (trapezius), and stomach. But oftentimes, we are holding stress in places we don’t … Continue reading Simple Mindfulness Techniques that Can Be Done Anywhere

The Four Levels of Change

By Shannon Thomas5 min read People are unique and strangely similar all at the same time. By this, I mean that although no two people are identical, the way that individuals handle certain aspects of life are very similar to other people. There seem to be patterns and clusters of ways people respond to life. I especially see this with personal growth. Having been working … Continue reading The Four Levels of Change

Did you already abandon your resolution? GOOD! Let’s talk!

By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox10 min read Is it just me or is saying “twenty twenty” out loud that is deeply shocking? The possibilities just seem grander. It is inspiring as well as totally intimidating. So, how can we make the most of this sparkling new saga? Personally, I have canceled making resolutions. Thank u, next! One thing that has truly embedded itself … Continue reading Did you already abandon your resolution? GOOD! Let’s talk!