mental break

But even a one-day break increases the risk of further problems.
The thing about mental breakdowns is that before they happen to you, they exist on the plane of things that only happen to those other people. Estranged uncles and Sylvia Plath totally lose it, but you? Impossible. Never.
--Posted by Lindsay Holmes The stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life -- and your well
It's no secret that our constant connectivity and our "always on" work attitudes aren't exactly putting us in a restful state
--Posted by Lindsay Holmes With the chaos of our lives being about as unpredictable as the weather, we could all use a little
Luckily, there are ways we can get back into a groove: Breaking up work tasks into smaller obstacles, going for walks and
New research from Japan's Osaka University found that blinking may serve as a form of momentary rest for the brain, giving