You probably already know that it's best not to bury your feelings. In fact, we never try and avoid happiness or joy, but often, we have been hurt, betrayed, disappointed, or find ourselves in a situation of grief, we tend to repress these emotions and avoid feeling them.
Deeply buried feelings stay in your physical body and can attribute to physical issues such as pain, .....
Over the counter allergy treatments are convenient but you may want to try some natural solutions first. Allergy medication can raise your blood pressure, cause severe dizziness, trouble breathing, drowsiness, nosebleeds, headaches, nausea, hyperactivity, loss of appetite, sleep interruption, dehydration, confusion and blurred vision. Before you reach for those expensive and not-so-good for you over the counter drugs, remember that there are natural solutions for treating your allergies. Here are some that you can try:
In this health tip we will be discussing how well functioning adrenals can have you feeling more like Snow White instead of one of her dwarfs!
First, let’s learn a little anatomy. The adrenals are small glands that are a very important part of our endocrine system. The endocrine is a system made up of many glands including the, hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, pineal, and the reproductive glands, which include the ovaries and testes. The pancreas is also a part of this system, but we will discuss that in a future health tip when we cover digestion.
This month’s health tip is all about thyroid function. The thyroid gland is part of our endocrine system. The thyroid is responsible for controlling our metabolism, meaning it helps to break down our food and convert it into energy. It also maintains our body temperature and controls hormones.
With summer just around the corner I thought it would be helpful to explain some misconceptions about sun exposure, and share some of the many health benefits of the sun. So, skip the sunscreen and read on!
Castor oil, derived from the castor bean (Ricinus communis) has a long history of medicinal uses dating back to ancient Egyptian days. The oil can be used internally as a laxative, but I want to focus primarily on external uses as internal usage can cause potential toxicity if not careful.
Sound impossible? Well, it isn’t! This month we will focus our attention on steps that we can take to not only enjoy the holidays and all the festivities but to come through them feeling healthy and not “heavy”!
This month’s Health Tip isn’t about making lemonade out of lemons. No, it’s much simpler than that; just add water!
Your momma told you to chew your food. Did you listen? Read on to see why she was right and why this is an important part to maintaining a healthy life.
Water! It’s plain, it’s simple, and it’s free! You may already be aware of some of its health benefits. I trust by the time you finish reading this article you will be surprised how essential water is for nearly every function of your body.
Dry skin brushing is a simple technique for the body, and yet many have never heard of it. The largest organ of the body is our skin. Did you know that our skin is responsible for one-fourth of the body’s detoxification each day?
Dioxin is a by-product of chlorine and the bleaching process along with other manufacturing processes used in the production of most paper and rayon products. Products like coffee filters, toilet paper, disposable diapers, tampons and sanitary pads all contain dioxins.
Fevers can cause anxiety in most people, especially parents. There are many misconceptions about fevers and the dangers they cause; but are they truly founded? I hope to dispel some of those myths and inform you of how to effectively use this amazing “gift” that the human body possesses in order to heal itself!
Are you among 20% of the population who experience reoccurring depression/anxiety especially in the winter months? Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a common affliction due to the days being shorter, darker and rainier. People who have SAD report feeling “normal” in the summer months.
Some common sympt
Nothing warms up the winter quite like soup.