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How ‘Rest’ leads to ‘Success’

Guest Post by Dr Mariah Mosley Just about everyone in our society gets to a point where they are tired, burnt out, and fatigued, right? In our go-go-go society, being “busy” is considered a badge of honor and correlated with being ‘successful’. Well, is that actually true? Are you truly [...]

By |2020-03-13T08:00:59-07:00March 13th, 2020|Categories: Articles, Health|0 Comments

5 Budget-Friendly Ways to Stick to Your Self-Care New Year’s Resolutions

Guest post by Brad Krause at selfcaring.info What’s the longest you’ve kept your New Year’s resolutions? Research shows that 73% of adults drop their fitness-related resolutions before completing them. If this sounds familiar to you, don’t feel ashamed. It’s a natural part of being human, but so is overcoming obstacles. [...]

By |2020-01-03T12:38:08-07:00January 3rd, 2020|Categories: Articles, Fitness & Weight Loss, Health|0 Comments

Hormonal Causes of Low Libido

Low libido is a common complaint, and there are certainly a variety of possible causes—including fatigue, stress (though there may be a hormonal aspect to this, too—see below), pain or other chronic illness, relationship issues, body image issues, inhibitions, and past trauma. But most of the time when people bring [...]

By |2019-07-12T08:41:18-07:00July 12th, 2019|Categories: Conditions & Treatments, Health, Men's Health, Women's Health|0 Comments

Happiness Boosts Your Immune Function

Guest post by: Dr Mariah Mosley Thankfully flu and cold season is over. What did you use to bolster your immune system to prevent illness?  Vitamin C or herbal Echinacea?  Getting extra sleep and drinking more water?  Here’s one thing you may not have considered. Psychological Well-Being and Immune Function [...]

By |2019-06-14T09:08:14-07:00June 14th, 2019|Categories: Articles, Health|0 Comments

The Effect of Nature on Your Health

We all know intuitively that being in nature makes us feel more peaceful. But studies show that it also can have a significant positive impact on your health—even in the smallest of doses. Nature and Your Overall Well-Being There are several studies out there that show being in nature (hiking, [...]

By |2019-05-31T07:17:26-07:00May 31st, 2019|Categories: Allergies, Health|0 Comments

Tick-Borne Illnesses: How to Distinguish Them

Tick-borne illnesses are unfortunately becoming increasingly common (and sometimes it’s hard for people to know whether they’ve even been exposed, since ticks can be as tiny as a poppy seed!) Many tick-borne illnesses all get lumped together with Lyme Disease, and for good reason: most of them can also be [...]

By |2019-03-22T13:42:40-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: Articles, Health|0 Comments

Non-Hormonal Treatments for Hot Flashes

From Dr. Lauren Deville - Naturopathic Doctor

Women in early menopause or perimenopause are most familiar with hot flashes: they’re generally understood to occur with declining estrogen levels. Occasionally I’ll see a still-menstruating woman who experiences hot flashes in the week or two before her period (when estrogen levels are declining), too—though this is much less common. And yet, this isn’t the [...]

Non-Hormonal Treatments for Hot Flashes

By |2018-03-09T13:54:30-07:00March 9th, 2018|Categories: Articles, Health, hormonal, phytoestrogen, Women's Health|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Non-Hormonal Treatments for Hot Flashes

Glycemic Index vs Glycemic Load

From Dr. Lauren Deville - Naturopathic Doctor

We all know that sugar is bad for us, right? (If you don’t, check out this article.) Suffice it to say for now that if I could change just one thing about the way people eat in America, it would be to dramatically reduce or eliminate processed sugar consumption.) But what counts as “sugar”? It’s not [...]

Glycemic Index vs Glycemic Load

By |2018-02-16T07:58:08-07:00February 16th, 2018|Categories: Articles, glycemic index, glycemic load, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on Glycemic Index vs Glycemic Load