As we get older, our bodies and minds go through numerous changes that are often undesirable, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to live a satisfying and independent life for years to come. These five tips will serve to remind you how to maintain your independence while ensuring that
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Fascinating research shows passion flower benefits for anxiety and insomnia compare favorably to powerful drugs like benzodiazepines and Ambien. And, the benefits come without daytime drowsiness and other side effects.
Olive leaf extract has been shown to be as effective as the blood pressure medication Captopril. It also lowers cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood sugar.
Finding a good doctor near your home can be a daunting task – especially if you are looking for a physician who will support your own “natural medicine” beliefs of limited pharmaceuticals, treating the root cause, and using nutrition and other natural therapies as the first line of attack on
Patients who don’t respond to conventional chronic fatigue syndrome treatment and are too sick to do standard yoga get significant relief with a daily 20-minute session of seated isometric yoga.
How does heartburn differ from GERD, indigestion, dyspepsia, and gastritis and what does heartburn feel like?
Studies find this two-in-one treatment for depression and joint paint is as effective as prescription antidepressants and pain killers (NSAIDs)! Learn how to use SAM-e as a natural remedy for both depression and joint pain…
Long-term treatment with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy naturally lessens menopausal women’s depression and anxiety symptoms along with other classic menopausal complaints—safely and without side effects.
Allergy sufferers have long faced a no-win situation with traditional antihistamine medications: sneeze and itch your way through seasonal allergies or take antihistamines and live in a fog instead. Antihistamines stop allergy symptoms by reducing or blocking histamines, chemicals the body releases in response to an allergic trigger. Histamines cause