The Pleasure Potential of Butt Plugs for Women
When it comes to the anus, holistic sexuality teacher Sheri Winston shifts the conversation toward women’s agency and pleasure.…
Sighing Is an Effective Breathwork Technique, according to Researchers
A psychiatrist talks about cyclic sighing—how to do the five-minute breathing technique and why it’s effective.
Your Birthday Horoscope: Sagittarius
Astrologer and psychic Hedy Noemi shares a birthday horoscope for Sagittariuses.
Everything in Our 2023 Wellness Summit Gift Bags
A full rundown of everything guests took home from our November wellness summit.
Using Gratitude to Disrupt Negative Thinking
Psychiatrist Phil Stutz shares a powerful 30-second gratitude practice.
Supplements and Nutrients to Add to Your Winter Arsenal
Supplements to take this winter—and beyond.
How to Let Go (When There’s Always More to Do)
From psychotherapist Annie Armstrong Miyao: advice on getting clear about what you want, what you need, and what you…
What to Do When Sex Hurts—and What Your Doctor Might Be Missing
A chronic vaginal pain condition affects one in six women over the course of their life. But most people…
9 Wellness Gifts, Reviewed by Our Editors
Every year, our editors get early access to our holiday gift guides. Which means we get our wish lists…
Do You Need a Biological Dentist?
Biological (or holistic) dentists we recommend, and how to find one near you.
What to Do When You’re in a Hormonally Bad Mood
Five expert-recommended tips to help you shift your mood when the root cause is in your body.
Your Birthday Horoscope: Scorpio
Astrologer and psychic Hedy Noemi shares a birthday horoscope for Scorpios.
At goop, we believe wellness is deeply individual. One woman’s path to health may call for sobriety; another's may involve a nightly whiskey ritual. Regardless, it’s the holistic picture that matters to us, being careful never to cleave the mind from a conversation about the body, or the body from a conversation about the mind.
Our goal has always been to ask questions—about our sex lives, our spiritual lives, the food we eat, how we work out, what happens when we die—and we know we're not the only curious ones. The answers help us get closer to what "well" means to each of us individually, and we hope they’re helpful to you.
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