September 17 2020
Whilst it is absolutely essential to have some lifestyle strategies in place to help us cope with stress whether it is exercising, getting out in nature, meditation and yoga or journaling, there are also some amazing herbal remedies that can help increase our stress tolerance. These herbs are called adaptogens.
August 20 2020
Did you get enough sleep this past week? Can you remember the last time you woke up without an alarm and feeling refreshed? If the answer to any of these questions is “no,” you are not alone. In fact, two-thirds of adults throughout all developed nations fail to obtain the recommended eight hours of sleep per night.
June 25 2020
When it comes to making those big decisions in your life, is it your mind, your heart or your gut that calls the shots? While they sometimes seem to be in conflict with one another, making you confused as to what you really want, at a physiological level, they may have more to do with each other than what you first think.
May 21 2020
Ashwagandha is one of the most important herbs of ancient medicine and an effective remedy for many modern ailments.
May 14 2020
Why do some women suffer miserably during menopause while others barely notice the transition?
May 7 2020
Menopause is a normal, healthy transition that every woman will experience. However, the experience of menopause can vary significantly from one woman to another.
February 6 2020
Whether you suffer from vague and generalized conditions like chronic pain, chronic fatigue and depression or are battling a life-threatening illness like cancer, diabetes or autoimmune disease, if you doubt that your doctor can help you at all, you’re not alone.
January 23 2020
We rely on serotonin for a lot more than just a good night’s rest. Serotonin is essential to many bodily processes. Often called the “happy chemical” because it supports wellbeing and happiness, serotonin not only regulates our sleep-wake cycles but also protects us from depression and anxiety, helps us to heal from wounds and infections and even supports our libido! Serotonin also controls how quickly or slowly food moves through our digestive tract.