The Effects of Aging on Sleep: What You can Do About It

Sleep plays a critical role in good health. Despite being well established that most adults need at least seven hours of sleep each night, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than one third of all American adults get less than that. ...

Hormones, Diet and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects almost one in every 10 women of reproductive age. Considered a gynecological condition, PCOS actually has as much, if not more, of an impact on metabolism and blood sugar as it does on a woman's reproductive system ...

Thermogram Program Provides In-Depth Women’s Health Check

As we navigate a world with increased environmental toxic overload for many of us, we search for ways to decrease our exposures. As women, we are encouraged to go for annual female-focused checkups that may include mammograms—and, for some of us with ...

Healing Rooms: Making Room for Sustainable Self-care

Creating a life you don’t want to run away from includes creating spaces within our homes for self-care. Focusing on areas such as the bedroom, kitchen and repurposed rooms can help us further our healing journey using feng shuiprinciples. The practical intuitive art is ...

Increase Resilience with Reiki

These are confusing times as people deal with restrictions and staying healthy during this pandemic. Many people are experiencing pandemic fatigue and anxiety. Many feel stressed due to the losses from Covid-19. During this time, people have been feeling socially ...

Managing Stress and Blood Sugar by Nourishing Your Pallet

We throw the term “stress” around a lot, and as of late it has been used much more. What exactly does this little word entail? Is stress a bad thing? It depends on the perception of it and the length of time. Stress, in and of itself, is not bad and can help us to grow. Yet ...

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