During stressful times, our adrenal glands can go into overdrive keeping up with the chronic stressors we are experiencing. Current stressors including staying at home, having kids home from school, unable to see elderly parents, and even a line to get into the grocery store. One important key to improving stress levels is getting a… Read More »
Meditation has been proven to boost focus, immunity, productivity, energy levels, reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, positive outlooks and support your whole body and health. Everyone says, “Meditate! It will make you feel great!” For those new to meditation however, that can be a daunting task. Where to even start? Online meditation course Check… Read More »
“Laughter is the best medicine,” an age-old concept that has actually shown scientific credibility in recent decades. NASA recently discovered that everything in our known world has their own distinctive electrical frequencies, from our favorite foods to bacteria to our organs. Even our emotions give off unique energies. Scientists have identified that negative emotions, such… Read More »
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Does This Sound Familiar? Patient: “I’m just so tired all the time, and I feel anxious for no reason doc.” Doctor: “you may just be a little depressed…here’s a prescription.” According to a government study, antidepressants are prescribed more than drugs to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, or headaches. They are the most… Read More »
When you think of stress, what comes to mind? Work deadlines? Managing a hectic schedule? Raising children? The term “stress” simply equates to your body’s response to a stimulus, whether good or bad. Examples of good stress include the fight-or-flight response (also known as acute stress) or Eustress, the happy stress, such as weddings, getting a… Read More »
Over the past two decades, anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medication use has skyrocketed! Back in 2010, statistics showed that more than 1 in 5 Americans were taking a medication for anxiety or depression, and that number has only continued to increase since then. Less than a third of Americans who are taking a antidepressants have actually… Read More »