A Good Night’s Sleep: A Guide to Sleep Cycles

The average person spends a third of their life counting sheep. That’s a heck of a lot of time spent incapacitated. And though it may seem as if time “tucked-in” is time wasted, the research begs to differ. It’s true! A healthy body and a healthy mind depend on healthy sleeping habits, but you know that already. What you may not know is that your “down in the evening, up in the morning” sleep strategy is but one example.

The Beginner’s Guide to Running

Today, we’ll be going over a few hard and fast running rules that should help ease you into this incredibly healthy hobby. We’re going to explore the benefits of running, a list of recommended gear, tips and tricks on how you can get the most out of every mile, and more.

The Mini Guide to Meditation

Meditation has always been a peculiarity in the western world. But, every day, more and more westerners are taking the mindful plunge of this ancient practice. Today, Healthversed will break down the historical context, benefits, and stylistic differences between a variety of meditation styles. We’ll also provide you with a few easy to follow strategies that can help you seamlessly integrate a meditation practice into your everyday life.

Embrace Aging

Positive or negative, how you react to the slow creep of father time determines if it’s good or bad. If you choose to complain about it, forget about it, or let it halt your ambition, growing old may get the best of you. However, should you choose to embrace this natural progression, the possibilities are endless.

Brain Fog: How to Stop Mental Fatigue

As if there aren’t enough productivity-hindering obstacles in the universe. Though the digital distractions can certainly add up (social media notifications, the 24-hour news cycle, YouTube, etc.), their impact on your productivity is relatively minor when considering the all-encompassing, motivation killing effects of mental fatigue.

The Riskiest Medical Procedures

As much as we’d like to think that all medical procedures end with a mantle full of get well soon cards, it isn’t always the case. Surgery, however routine, is dangerous business. Knives, rubber gloves, face masks, blood … it’s not for the faint of heart.

You Could Be a Negligent Parent and Not Know It

Today, we’re going to break down a few common missteps that most parents don’t even notice. Things like negative speech patterns, off the cuff criticism, or being flippant with your child’s emotions can lead to problems down the line.

The Mini Guide for a Wannabe Minimalist

Today, we examine the origin, icons, and benefits of minimalism. We’ll also show you ways in which you can incorporate this rewarding philosophy in to your daily life too! So, sit back, relax, and enjoy The Healthversed Mini Guide for Wannabe Minimalists.

15 Things You Can Do Before Bed (That Don’t Involve Your Cell Phone)

Trying to squeeze in another episode of Grey’s Anatomy may seem innocent enough, but it’s a dangerously unproductive habit. We aren’t here to chastise you, though. Here at Healthversed, we’re all about offering up some creative, productivity enhancing solutions!

Balanced Living: Your Chakra Health

According to the scholars of yore, the human body is a veritable atom bomb of psychic energy. When calibrated, the seven chakras can unleash the true potential of our mental and physical selves. But when your chakras are out of wack, look out. Unbalanced chakras can lead to disease, mental health problems, relationship problems, and more.

12 Ways to Keep Your Kids Engaged without Frying Their Brains

Though the Internet is our business, here at Healthversed, we sympathize with your earnest attempt to shelter your children (or grandchildren) from an endless deluge of half-baked political discourse. So today, we’ve ransacked the Public Library’s collection of vintage toy store catalogues to compile a comprehensive list of tech-less activities for you and your youngster. Ready? Let’s go!

Women Who Lift: A Beginner’s Guide

Today on Healthversed, we’re going to lay a foundation for you before you start weightlifting. By the end of this article, you’ll know the difference between free weights and barbells, you’ll know how to set goals for yourself, you’ll know what not to do at the gym and a lot more. So, fix yourself a pre-workout drink, strap on your gym shoes, and let’s get lifting!

History’s Deadliest Plagues and Pandemics

Today, we explore some of the deadliest plagues and pandemics of all time. The grim details are shocking, the death tolls are near incomprehensible, and the threat is far from over. Doctors continue to stave off potential threats to this day.

To Expectant Grandparents: Take a Step Back

Today on Healthversed, we take aim at the incredibly common “overbearing grandma” archetype in an attempt to steer you clear of a similar fate. We’ll take a look at a few family faux-pas and teach you how to navigate this strange new world.

12 Reasons We Should All Cut Back on Sugar

You can plug your ears and bury your head in the sand, but eventually, the truth about sugar will catch up to you. Though sugar is everywhere and in everything, here at Healthversed, we’re hoping that the truth about sugar shall set you and your diet free.