Mind & Body
One of the most ancient alternative cures has again risen to the forefront, this time in helping the brain. A new study says that acupuncture could help treat mild traumatic brain injury. Such news constitutes a special health breakthrough for many people who suffer these unfortunate traumas.
When you think of rosemary, you probably envision the aromatic herb that adds a delicious flavor to many of your favorite dishes. However, rosemary is available as an essential oil that can help boost your body and mind.
It’s hard to believe but the first day of spring is just over a week away. Even though I’m sure winter will still have a few flurries of excitement left for us, now is the time to start harnessing this new energy to prepare our minds, bodies, and our environments for the budding season ahead. That’s right! I’m talking about our annual spring cleanse.
When practiced regularly, meditation can promote physical, psychological and spiritual well-being. Many Westerners use meditation as a way of improving overall health, and to improve issues ranging from cardiovascular disease, inflammation and immune activity, to pain, anxiety, depression, and mental imbalances. Here’s how meditation can help you:
Sorry to disappoint but Skittles is not the new diet craze. Eating colorful fruits and veggies is though!
Once you are diagnosed with a major or even a minor health condition, it may be difficult to stay motivated and positive. It is not only important to maintain a healing attitude for your own sanity, but also for your health.
Take a deep breath because there is something you need to know. Ongoing research has shown that proper breathing can be an intelligent way to respond to chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, stress and other ailments - no health club membership required.
Feeling sluggish and low on energy? Are you tired even though you have just got out of bed? If so, you may have adrenal fatigue - a little known condition that manifests itself through a number of seemingly unrelated symptoms such as persisting fatigue, fuzzy thinking, lack of sex drive, mood disorders and cravings for salt or sugar.
Once again, you find yourself opening the refrigerator looking for something—ANYTHING—to eat. You bypass the celery and carrots and choose that leftover pizza, brownie, bagel, or bag of chips.