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You know it's a stress reliever, but research out today shows that a little peace and quiet presents even more perks than keeping you calm.
We caught up with mindfulness guru Gabrielle Bernstein for all the deets on today's event—and how you can make some time for meditation too.
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This trick may seem a little odd, but it can be an incredibly powerful tool to beat stress, conquer cravings, and shed pounds.
Saying “om” is easier said than done. Fortunately, new research says there are other ways to reap the benefits of a peaceful practice.
Gabby Bernstein's new book shows you how to stress less, feel happier, and bring more fun into your life.
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