Wellness and the Coronavirus
Another casualty of Covid-19: libido. While the data is mostly anecdotal, sex experts say they’re hearing that the pandemic is taking a toll on people’s sex lives and sex drives. Even though people are spending more time at home, often with partners, the virus is really dampening the mood.
Psychedelic breathwork can “blow your socks off”. In-person, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was becoming an increasingly popular therapy for treatment-resistant mental health issues. But like most clinical psychedelic studies and treatments, the global shutdown has put that work on pause. Some practitioners are recommending other methods that might be helpful, like so-called psychedelic breathwork.
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Experts say psychedelic breathwork can ‘blow your socks off’
Can the “shelfie” survive the economic recession? Beauty reporter Jessica DeFino writes that some beauty product devotees are rethinking the obsession. The “shelfie” — a photo of a packed shelf full of skin care products—is being reconsidered. “Given the larger threats of pandemics, climate change, and economic collapse, the shelfie is on its way to becoming a relic of American overabundance,” DeFino writes.