Aromatherapy, the use of essential plant oils for mind and body healing, is quite effective for treating anxiety and depression. Studies have proven aromatherapy’s effectiveness, and scientists now understand why it is effective.
Dementia is more dreaded than cancer, even death. The very notion of losing control of one’s own mind is enough to fill anyone with terror. Fortunately, numerous studies, some going back decades, strongly suggest that vitamin D is the key to preventing dementia and other psychological disorders.
Pregnancy can be a wonderful time in a woman’s life, but there are some challenges. To minimize those challenges, I have created the following aromatherapy recipes. Please, pay heed to the amounts and directions given for each recipe.
Stress and anxiety have been shown to cause or worsen cardiovascular disease and obesity. Fortunately, both can be treated without expensive, side-effect laden drugs. One of these treatments is not just simple and inexpensive, but relaxing and enjoyable: The aromatic bath.
As improbable as it may seem, the feelings of dread, abject fear, tightness in the chest and heart palpitations that accompany a typical panic attack could be the result of an iron deficiency. … Iron deficiency triggered panic attacks are more common than most people realize. In this article, we explore how this is possible.
Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera) is an extraordinarily useful herb, particularly for those struggling to keep up with the hectic pace of modern life. … Ashwagandha’s many health benefits make it the perfect herbal tonic for those under stress and in need of greater energy. But that’s just the beginning of Ashwagandha’s many uses.
This article is an addendum to the video “Stroke Prevention and Recovery… A Holistic Approach”. As I mentioned in the video, the following nutrients and herbs can prevent stroke and do wonders for your recovery, if you’ve already suffered a stroke. I will break down their individual stroke fighting and healing benefits for your consideration, and also some warnings. …
The information contained on this blog is for educational purposes only and should not be used for diagnosis or a guide to treatment, without the opinion of a health care professional. Any reader who is concerned about his or her health should seek a diagnosis from a reputable healthcare practitioner or physician.