There’s no “one-size-fits-all” solution to anxiety and depression. Instead, here’s what actually works, according to experts.
Highly sensitive people may experience information overload more than others. Here’s what you can do about it.
“Coherent breathing” slows the breath to around five breaths per minute and can help you (finally) get to sleep.
The secret to becoming more calm as an HSP? Practice. (Lots of practice.)
The goal is to be mindful so that when you have the option to choose or modify your environment, you’ll be equipped to make the changes that best serve you.
Calming music works at a brain level to soothe the highly sensitive system and boost your mood.
We know more about the trait of sensitivity than at any time in history — and the breakthroughs keep coming.
Whatever social media platform you’re on, there’s a lot going on. This can be overstimulating for anyone, but it’s especially intense for HSPs.
If your HSP mind is overstimulated when you’re awake, it may stay that way while you sleep — and result in the terrifying feeling known as sleep paralysis.
Both hypersensitive and highly sensitive people are prone to strong emotional reactions — but with wildly different outcomes.
HSPs tend to do more mental work than others do. Turns out that’s a key cause of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
Sensitive people have their own unique EI strengths — and a unique pitfall.