Drugs prescribed to treat anxiety, depression and insomnia often come with a slew of dangerous and potentially lethal side effects. Here’s a break down of the potential dangers, and some natural alternatives.
Salt therapy, or holotherapy, has been used medicinally for centuries. It’s still relatively uncommon in the U.S., but that is slowly changing.
Two new studies show yoga can improve irregular heartbeats and have a positive impact on mild depression, sleep problems, and more.
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A newbie to cryotherapy went in nervous but came out feeling the benefits of having what amounts to a giant ice cube applied to her body for three minutes; the procedure reset her systems much like working in safe mode to fix a computer.
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CBD is breaking ground with research that is set to change the lives of millions. We’ve compiled 35 reported health benefits of CBD to show you how this oil may become the most important product you add to your health regimen.
Patchouli originated from the tropical regions of Asia and is versatile in its uses. Here’s a look at the top five.
Aromatherapy is the ancient practice of using essential plant oils for healing body, mind and spirit.
CBD offers you all the health benefits of the plant – and you don’t have to worry about paranoia, munchies, becoming non-social or non-functional.
“It has become clear that the best way to manage an overactive mind, which is associated with insomnia, is to incorporate simple mindfulness techniques into my daily routine.”
It’s a contributing factor in asthma, hypertension, anxiety, sleep apnea… and can even lead to sudden heart attacks among the fittest of the fit. Yet this mistake is so widespread that you’re quite likely to be making it.
Do we try to defeat trauma with pills, booze, and therapy because we’ve forgotten how to play dead? A new theory looks to the animal kingdom for advice.
A popular drug used to relieve heartburn could contribute to cardiovascular disease and other serious health problems.