As we navigate these unchartered times, self-care has become more important. This year we curated fun and helpful resources to help you expand your well-being toolbox. Interested in getting curated well-being resources directly into your inbox? Subscribe to our Duke Health & Well-Being newsletter.
Mary Brantley, Duke Health & Well-Being MBSR instructor: “One of the many wonderful things about meditation is once you end a formal sitting meditation, the benefits do not have to stop. There are many different ways to meditate, to bring your attention into the present moment.” Explore the various angles of meditation with these podcasts and books. Curious about mindfulness. Check out our mindfulness programs currently open for registration.
Best Meditation Podcasts 2021
The 7 Best Meditation Books of 2021 – Read your way to less stress and a clearer mind.
Every system in the body relies on oxygen. From cognition to digestion, effective breathing can provide you with a greater sense of mental clarity and help you sleep better, digest food more efficiently, improve your body’s immune response, and reduce stress levels. Discover new ways to breathe yourself into a healthier self.
12 Best Books on Breathing and Breathwork – 2021
The pandemic has redefined people’s fitness routines. We now have more options than ever to remain active, from sophisticated home exercise equipment to virtual packages with your favorite wellness facility to safely attending classes at your local gym. Motivate your loved ones with a fitness-supporting gift, decide the best home-exercise option for your home or give the gift of health with a personal training package.
The best home exercise equipment to buy in 2022
Best fitness gifts for 2021
Virtual or In-Person Personal Training package at Duke Health & Fitness Center
At Duke Health & Well-Being, we believe “food is medicine.” Try new healthy recipes, and add texture and flavor to your meals while supporting your digestive, nervous, and immune systems.
40 Healthy Food Blogs to Follow Right Now
Sleep has emerged as one of the most important aspects of well-being. Poor sleep health is a common problem, with 25 percent of U.S. adults reporting insufficient sleep or rest at least 15 out of every 30 days. Like nutrition and physical activity, sleep is a critical determinant of health and well-being. Give the gift of rest with the Sleep Foundation’s best sleep gifts.
Sleep Gifts: What to Give for Better Sleep
Interested in learning integrative techniques to improve rest? Sign up for our January Health & Well-being Smarts Seminar.
Disclaimer: We have not utilized or evaluated every item in these lists and are in no manner endorsing them. We are sharing the resources for your exploration in the hopes that you might find some that resonate and support you.
We are excited to announce another psychology group offering at Duke Integrative Medicine! Healing Together - Eight-Week Hybrid Group Psychology Program After 3 years of coping with and navigating the pandemic, we all have some shared trauma. If you are experiencing fear or stress associated with anxiety and how to move forward, ...READ MORE
Integrative health has gained popularity in recent years, and for a good reason. Integrative health providers take a holistic approach to healthcare, looking at all aspects of a person's life to help them achieve optimal health and well-being. As defined by the National Center for Complementary and ...READ MORE
By Deborah Dixon, Reiki Master Teacher (RMT) in Usui Tibetan Reiki. What is included in the Reiki Program? The Reiki program is a series of classes with in-person and virtual options. Reiki: Level One is an introduction and establishes self-treatments as the bedrock of the Reiki practice.READ MORE