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Be Mindful and Alleviate Stress… What is Mindfulness?

Henry David Thoreau wrote, “There were times when I could not afford to sacrifice the bloom of the present moment to any work, whether of the head or hands.” How often do we do this in our daily lives? How … Read More...

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Emotional Stress Contributing To Physical Pains

How we feel is more than just an emotional state. Our mood and emotions can affect our body in positive and negative ways, especially when the emotion is long-lasting.

Traditional Chinese Medicine recognizes the connection between emotional and physical being.

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Bioenergetic Therapy: What You Need to Know

Do you want to experience more connection between your mind and body? Explore bioenergetic therapy options to increase your physical and emotional awareness.

Bioenergetics is the study of how biology and energy intersect. Scientists who study bioenergetics believe that energy … Read More...

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Homeopathic Remedies for Anxiety: Must-Know Info for Stressful Times

It’s no secret that the 2020 pandemic has caused significant stress for almost everyone. Whether you’re worried about the economy, the health of your loved ones, or where you’ll get your next roll of toilet paper, there’s a good chance … Read More...

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What Is Bioenergetics: An Essential Guide to Everything You Need to Know

Are you in search of alternative health systems and ways to get to the core of what is stressing your health? Have you heard of bioenergetics? Well, if you haven’t, this article may be for you. We will explain some … Read More...

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Manage Stress and Understand the Roots

We are regularly searching for ways to manage stress, aren’t we?

What are the best ways to reduce stress?

Learning to manage stress is undeniably a cornerstone to robust health. We usually think of emotions and events as the stress … Read More...

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Natural Ways to Keep Your Thyroid Healthy

What is the Thyroid?
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the neck, just below the Adam’s apple. It is responsible for a number of hormones, the main two being T4 and T3, which also regulate other hormones such … Read More...