The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has addled both researchers and health workers alike. After it was first detected in Wuhan, China late last year, experts have seen it develop from a respiratory infection to a disease that causes multiple organ failure at its worst. Now, an international study suggests that COVID-19 may even impact the central nervous system, … Continue reading Depressed mood, anxiety may also be symptoms of coronavirus infection – study
Source: Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT): 5 Benefits & How to Do It! by Dr. Edward Group "I tap daily to release negative emotions and energy. It helps me stay grounded in the present moment," says Kate W., an emotional freedom techniques (EFT) tapping practitioner and teacher from San Francisco. "I’ve used EFT tapping for anxiety, healing, … Continue reading Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT): 5 Benefits & How to Do It!
More and more studies are coming to light that show the impact of food on mental health, particularly mental disorders like anxiety. Registered dietitian and functional medicine practitioner Ali Miller says that eating certain foods can counteract the harmful effects of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders. Food can affect mental health Miller notes that humans’ primal fight-or-flight instinct isn’t suited for modern stressors like deadlines … Continue reading How can you keep anxiety at bay? Experts suggest consuming more of these nutrients
Source: 3 Scientifically Proven Ways Meditation Boosts Your Immune System by Dr. Edward Group Did you know that you can naturally boost your body's ability to fight off harmful organisms and increase your body's resistance by simply meditating? I'm going to tell you how meditation and mindfulness training can do just that.I meditate daily, and I'm always trying … Continue reading 3 Scientifically Proven Ways Meditation Boosts Your Immune System
Source: Enokitake Mushrooms: 7 Benefits of This Superfood! by Dr. Edward Group Most of us know that mushrooms taste great in a stir-fry or a warming bowl of soup, but did you know that some varieties of fungi are also known as healing mushrooms and functional foods? Native to Asia but common in North American grocery … Continue reading Enokitake Mushrooms: 7 Benefits of This Superfood!
Source: Wim Hof Breathing: 6 Benefits for Body & Mind by Dr. Edward Group From running a marathon in the snow — barefoot— to climbing part of Mount Everest wearing shorts, Wim Hof, "The Iceman" is no stranger to the extreme. Hof, a Dutch athlete, trained himself to withstand very cold temperatures using a unique breathing … Continue reading Wim Hof Breathing: 6 Benefits for Body & Mind
Headaches can easily ruin your day if they’re left unchecked. But taking medications for headaches increases your risk of suffering from side effects, such as liver damage.To relieve headaches naturally, try alternative medicine like acupressure. Acupressure is a kind of complementary or alternative medicine that is based on the same fundamental principles as acupuncture. Both practices stimulate meridian lines, or pressure points along energy … Continue reading Activate these 5 acupressure points to relieve headaches naturally
Antioxidants are compounds found in plants, especially those used as food by humans. These compounds play an important role inside the body as they prevent or slow the damage caused by free radicals to cells. Free radicals are byproducts of metabolism, specifically the breakdown of food into energy. If the body is unable to remove these unstable molecules, … Continue reading Which antioxidants can be used to protect brain function?
It’s normal to feel anxious about certain moments in everyday life, such as the first day of school or a job interview. However, when you begin to worry to the point that you’re panicking, or if it is affecting your health and quality of life, you may have an anxiety disorder.Conventional medicine has treatments for anxiety; however, these … Continue reading Relieve anxiety with these 5 herbal supplements
Crying often indicates weakness or sadness in popular media, but according to a study, this emotional response may offer a particular benefit: Regulating your breathing after stressful situations. The aim of the study was to understand the functions of human crying and to determine if crying offered physiological benefits. The findings of the study were published in the journal Emotion. Is crying good for … Continue reading It’s okay to cry: Crying may have physiologically soothing effects, say scientists