Tag Archive: stress

Dec 01

6 Ways to Avoid Holiday Stress

The holidays are supposed to be merry and bright, but they can be unnecessarily stressful—causing anxiety. Get a jump-start on your holiday cheer and see it last the whole season through with these six tips to keep your stress levels low and your holiday happiness high! 1. Exercise for at least 30 minutes daily Never …

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Nov 04

Tight Hips? You’ve got STRESS! Get some relief with these tips!

We carry fear & stress in our hips. This series of postures help to release it! One of reasons I incorporated Yoga into my wellness regimen is that it has benefits on the Mind, Body, & Spirit levels! A huge part of lifestyle diseases like cancer, diabetes,  Multiple Sclerosis,  and high blood pressure is STRESS! …

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Nov 02

My Emotions Are Irritating Me…Literally!

For the past couple of months I have been dealing with Dyshidrotic Eczema, it kinda sucks.  It’s triggered by stress and/or the change of seasons. “Emotional stress[7] and environmental factors (eg, seasonal changes, hot or cold temperatures, humidity) reportedly exacerbate dyshidrosis. In addition, dyshidrosislike eczematous eruptions with the use of intravenous immunoglobulin infusions have been reported.” …

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Oct 04

Flower Essence Remedies for Emotional Health

Sign up for our monthly blog newsletter for a chance to win our entire line of Flower Essence products. Dr. Bach was an English medical doctor who also practiced homeopathy.  He was dissatisfied with how medicine treated symptoms, while ignoring the welfare of the patient as a whole.  In his search to find a gentler …

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Aug 25

10 Habits of Anxiety-Free People

Worries will happen in life. In fact, in some ways it’s healthy to feel occasional stress. However, worry is not productive, according to Jason Moser, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University. “It’s something we do over and over again, without much resolution,” Moser said, “and it’s typically of …

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Sep 22

Candida Crisis Chronicles #1

It’s been a rough few weeks really accepting that what has been going on with me is indeed a candida crisis.  As I wrote in my last blog, after about two or three years of suffering from various symptoms finally got to the bottom of what was going on with my health, a Candida overgrowth …

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Feb 21

Stress Buster with the Vitamix!

Great juice for the morning, so many benefits including digestion AND stress relief.

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