Binaural beats are a sound therapy, that entrains the brain into different states which can have a positive effect on ones mind and can help to reduce stress, lower anxiety levels, improve concentration, and much more. Early studies on binaural Read more…
Stress is an overwhelming force that interrupts our body’s natural ability to fend off disease. We live in a hectic world, often by our own choices, making our stress hormone, cortisol, work overtime. This is not the way this hormone was meant to act.
If you suffer from panic attacks, know that you are not alone! You’re not even one in a million. In the US, it is estimated that almost 5% of the population suffer from some form of anxiety disorder and panic attacks.
Meditation calms the mind, body and soul. Turning inward is a time tested way to clear away the muck of mental junk food. Tuning into your internal wisdom is a quick path to deleting those things which do not serve you well. Start consciously training yourself to start looking for the positive gift in living and being aware of the moment.
Many holistic healers claim that there is no more powerful medicine than love and that simply giving or receiving affection such as a hug can raise the spirits and begin to heal the body. If you are suffering from grief of some sort, love may be all that you need to start healing.
Herbs have been used for thousands of years to help heal the body and mind. Scientists are finally starting to substantiate these herbal plants abilities to alleviate such conditions as arthritis pain, reduce high blood sugar and cholesterol, and help with many other physical conditions.
It turns out that your parents knew what they were talking about when they sent you to bed early as a child. Kids’ bodies are constantly changing and growing. Because of this they need more sleep on a consistent basis than adults do
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” They are scared of natural medicine because it’s generally safer, more affordable, and often works better than pharmaceutical drugs!
A new review suggests that yoga may have a beneficial effect on symptoms and quality of life in people with asthma, but effects on lung function and medication use are uncertain