Category Archives: Relax

Importance of Sleep in Stress Reduction

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 »


Can Meditation Boost Your Immune System…Learn How Now!!

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 »


3 Tips For Becoming A More Positive, Relaxed Person

Follow these simple steps to lead a more peaceful, optimistic life. We all know that relaxation is a key component of health.  I’m sure that it would not be very difficult to convince you that it’s better to lead a more relaxed life.  I’m also sure that given the choice, many of you would embrace… Read More »


Relax With Massage Therapy

How to achieve relaxation through different massage techniques. Trying to relax yourself after a hectic and stressful day is easier said than done. Earlier this week in my blog, I talked about how many of the triggers that cause anxiety are not surprising or uncommon problems, but are ongoing stressors in our day-to-day lives. When… Read More »


When Does My Body Work Best? When You Find The Secret Garden

Health and wellness continues to take a backseat to our careers and kids. Work stress and the bulging schedules of soccer, football and gymnastics have many of us reeling just to keep up. That means less sleep, more anxiety and a body vanquished of its natural resources. So is there really any time of day… Read More »


Chronic Stress: The Hidden Health Risks

From The Huffington Post By Meryl Davids Landau, for U.S. News According to a recent American Psychological Association poll, nearly a quarter of Americans confessed to currently feeling under “extreme stress.” Respondents especially blamed money, work, and the economy—a feeling 50-year-old Sue Wasserman knows all too well. In February, the public relations manager left Atlanta… Read More »



Staying Healthy During the Holidays

Taking care of yourself during the hectic holiday season to always be at the top of everyone’s to-do list but it quickly falls to the bottom as schedules become tighter and personal time is at a premium. The key to making the most of the holidays is taking the time to care for you first. Reduce… Read More »



Sleep Soundly With Dr. Shel’s Advanced Sleep Support

Now that we have officially entered the month of September, that means that  it is time to start focusing on all of the changes and events that often come with the fall season―getting kids back-to-school ready, putting away the boat or pool in anticipation of the cold weather ahead, and attending each and every sports… Read More »


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