Did This Week Stress You Out? Indulge in a Sound Bath for Relief!

by Akanksha Shukla

20 Dec, 2019

Sound bath healing is a journey of self-discovery through deep immersion, relaxation, and meditation with the help of sound and vibration. It is really effective in alleviating stress and anxiety. Try it out today!

Top 5 signs of Anxiety and therapies that will help

by Komal Patil

11 Dec, 2019

That feeling before going on the stage or before appearing for an important exam. Yes, that exact sensation that feels like a mixture of jilted butterflies along with a fully functional soda pub in your body is called anxiety. We all experience anxiety in moderate amounts. This feeling is developed as a survival instinct that

Types of anxiety that children suffer from and what parents can do about it

by Nipa Asharam

28 Nov, 2019

We have a tendency to treat stuff, kids go through as life’s phase and not give it too much importance. However, at times it can be a serious life stage. If you just reflect on some of the things we are dealing with today or going through, it can be connected back to our childhood

How to Curb Social Anxiety?

by Omkar Kulkarni

15 Nov, 2019

There are times when we feel uncomfortable in some social situations. Which is why it often goes undetected. It is not easy for people who suffer from Social Anxiety to go out and mingle around in a party without feeling extremely self-conscious about themselves. They are in a constant battle with themselves. They live in

How to break the toxic habit of overthinking

by Omkar Kulkarni

14 Nov, 2019

Do you find yourself dwelling more than acting or doing things? You must think before you act, but when you start thinking too much – you should realize that it’s bad. You might ask, how do I know if it’s too much? Well, if you analyze the same thoughts over and over again, instead of

#AttractAbundance: Using Meditation as a Tool to Create an Abundance Mindset

by Ashika Mehta

31 Oct, 2019

It is well documented that the brain uses shortcuts to increase its efficiency. The brain relies on information from past experiences to direct your thoughts and behaviors for the task at hand.  For example, Rita considered herself a very busy working woman. Everyday her default activity in the car on her way to work would

World Mental Health Day: Shoo Away That Social Media Anxiety

by Aishwarya Iyer

10 Oct, 2019

Social Media anxiety in millennials has been on the rise. And while innovations like Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality are welcomed, their effect on the youth, good and bad, should be highlighted.

Break free from the cycle of binge-eating in this way

by Shivani Mehra

7 Oct, 2019

Eating more than required on a special occasion or a festival is quite common and we usually end up eating way more than our regular diet. But binge eating has nothing to do with special occasions or festivals. It is a strong urge to keep eating even though you don’t feel hungry and then feeling

How is stress different from anxiety

by Nikita Jhanglani

4 Sep, 2019

Our ignorance of mental health issues often leaves us confused about the differences—and similarities—between each. For us, everything comes down to stress, as if it were a blanket term for all mental health issues. Even though they are used interchangeably, stress and anxiety aren’t the same things. At Thriive, we’ve introduced and reintroduced you to