EQ Sleep Primer

Our EQ Sleep Primer is a simple, straightforward guide to banishing insomnia and unlocking the quality sleep you crave! Read more

Science 101: Pain & Understanding Our Body’s Alarm System

In this journey through the realms of neuroscience, we shall unravel the fascinating science behind our body’s alarm system, delving into the depths of the complexities that make us wince, cringe, and sigh with relief. Read more

Science 101: Focus – How to Concentrate in a World of Distraction

In a world that constantly clamors for our attention, achieving focus can feel like navigating through a bustling city filled with distractions at every corner. Read more

Science 101: Vitality & Boosting Your Energy Levels Naturally

Energy isn’t just fuel for our bodies—it’s the key to living our best life. So let’s dig into what gives us this mojo and discover some ways to naturally kick it up a notch!  Read more

Science 101: The Science of Sleep

In this article we’ll tackle the following questions: what is sleep, why do so many people struggle with it and, perhaps most importantly, how can we get our sleep patterns back on track? Read more

Science 101: Stress & Mastering Your Body’s Response

Feeling stressed? Well, you’re not alone! Let’s dive into the wild world of stress and learn how to turn it from a villain to a mighty ally in our quest for balance and well-being. Read more

5 Ways to Set Your Fall Intentions

Whether you’re drawn to the cozy comforts of sweater weather or the invigorating promise of new beginnings, let’s explore how to make the most of this transformative time and create a fulfilling season for ourselves! Read more

Stress: What, Why, and How

Stress: what is it, how does it affect us, and how can we learn to cope? Read more

Optimal Nutrition to Fuel Your Brain

Dr. Jessica Heymeyer reviews her core nutritional principles for optimizing brain function. Read more

How to Get Your Butt to Bed

For most people who struggle to get their butt to bed, a combination of psychological, environmental and physiological factors are at play. Read more