Avoid Pandemic Pandemonium: Lessons from the Herd

There is a reason why the saying "may you live in interesting times" is viewed as both a blessing and a curse. These are undoubtedly interesting times that were unimaginable just a few months ago. The coronavirus pandemic is causing physical illness, but beyond the the ...

Physical Distancing: The Spiritual Impact of Socializing

In a time of national emergency, how do we filter through the many concerns around safe contact; how do we protect ourselves, our children and our family? There is panic pervading many places. Are our fears realistic? Are we looking at survival of the fittest? This virus ...

Boost Your Immune Health: Ways to Support the Body’s Defenses

The new year brings new opportunities: perhaps a new start on goals we have been pondering, or maybe a new angle on something we previously hoped to accomplish. This time of year also follows occasions when many of us have been celebrating the ...

Getting Good Sleep: Tips for Putting an End to Insomnia

It is said that our quality of sleep defines our health. Sleep is not needed just to relax our body, but also our emotions and mind find balance through sleep. Making some simple lifestyle changes and sleep hygiene can go a long way in improving our overall health ...

Multireflexology Dien Chan Therapy: Natural Healing for Restful Sleep

Multireflexology Dien Chan is an advanced clinical therapy that was founded back in 1980 in Vietnam by professor Chan. He treated many patients using a blend of endonasal and auriculotherapy (ear acupuncture). Chan developed the Dien Chan method after he ...

Sleep: The Elusive Dream

Sleep is a sought-after commodity in this day and age, with many of us working overtime to get some. Although this superior natural remedy for the body and mind is free and readily accessible, it can be difficult to come by. The elusive “good night’s sleep” fuels the ...