Tag: stress (page 1 of 2)

The Myth of Stress Notes

I just finished reading an interesting book on stress. I jotted down some of the key ideas.

The Myth of Stress: Where Stress Really Comes From and How to Live a Happier and Healthier Life by Andrew Bernstein

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Intermittent Fasting – Finding a New Middle Ground

Last week I went back and revisited all my old posts on Intermittent Fasting. Because of the concerns I discussed in Irresponsible Health Blogging, a few posts were edited and a few were deleted. I also completely rewrote my … [continue reading]

Stress and Low Body Fat Levels

A year ago I posted How I Regained the Weight I Lost. There I speculated on what was my ideal weight.

If I were to ask my body what it believes my ideal weight is, I’d get different answers.

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The Mindful Way to Study and The Ray Peat Survival Guide

I read two more books on my Kindle app. One was good, one wasn’t.

The Mindful Way to Study

The Mindful Way to Study is a book I wish I would have had when I was a student. It tailors … [continue reading]

Back Pain, Headaches and Stress

It isn’t very often that a true insight into our own health hits, but I believe I had one a few weeks ago.

Longtime readers of this blog know that I tackled and overcame my back pain issues years ago. … [continue reading]

Shivering Thermogenesis

Head on over to Getting Stronger and read What cold showers and exercise have in common. This post covers the what we know so far about cold exposure and how it could help us lean out. In addition to … [continue reading]