Tag: emotional health

Serotonin Supplements to Treat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia Yourself

Serotonin Supplements to Treat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia Yourself

Research shows that when you’re consistently sad, pessimistic, or moody you may have a serotonin deficiency that you can treat yourself by using serotonin supplements. The 4 natural serotonin supplements presented here have all been shown to help treat serotonin deficiency symptoms such as depression, insomnia, and more by increasing

The Obesity-Ovarian Cancer Link: Another Reason to Lose Weight

Being overweight or obese significantly increases a woman’s risk of developing ovarian cancer, ac-cording to the American Institute for Cancer Research and World Cancer Research Fund (AICR/WCRF).

In March 2014, the AICR/WCRF issued a report that, for the first time, links excessive body weight to the most deadly gynecological cancer. Two

5 Worst Drinks for Your Body

You’ll be surprised – maybe shocked – by one or more of these top 5 worst drinks for your body! Plenty of delicious alternatives are available, but first learn why these are so harmful. Before you fill up your toddler’s Sippy cup, read this.

17 New Year’s Resolution Ideas: Think “Healthy”

17 New Year’s Resolution Ideas: Think “Healthy”

It’s a tradition when it comes to any New Year’s Resolution: Ideas center on self-improvement—and often in the area of health. And why not? For some, buying a new car or traveling to an exotic locale might come first. But without our health, those fancy material possessions and adventurous trips

Got a Weekly Exercise Plan? Focus It on Aerobic Fitness

Got a Weekly Exercise Plan? Focus It on Aerobic Fitness

Aerobic fitness is a life-changing gift you can give yourself—one that affects every system of your body. The word “aerobic” means needing oxygen for activity, and aerobic exercise provides that oxygen.
If you’re already exercising at a steady pace but ready to pick it up, aerobic exercises and activities may

Care for Yourself if You’re a Caregiver

About one-third of adults age 65 and older are family caregivers, and many of these individuals are caring for relatives who have Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Unfortunately, the stress of taking care of an AD patient does take a toll, particularly as the disease progresses to later

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