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Engage Nature’s Healing Energies

When we get in touch with nature, we may find that we feel a deep sense of calm and well-being. Research has confirmed what many people have observed: nature has healing energies. Do you enjoy being in the woods? Studies show we can experience health and psychological benefits if we spend time in such places practicing “shin-rin yoku” or “forest bathing.” Twenty or thirty minutes spent in...

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One Healthy Change Leads to Another

Are you resisting a change you know you should make? Making changes in one area of your life might help you notice where else you need to make them. Often, one healthy change leads to another because you create momentum and develop confidence. As you start to exercise more, you might start to catch yourself eating less of the junk foods that you used to eat mindlessly. Give up coffee for green te...

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The Secret to Why You Might Feel Tired

  One of the most common complaints people share with physicians and therapists is that they feel tired and run down. It's frustrating when you feel too tired to take part in enjoyable activities, and fatigue is making you less productive than you would like. Are you starting to fear there's no way to fix the problem? Maybe you feel sad, angry, or guilty and ashamed because you can’t do mo...

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A Balance Between Battling Toxins and Building Immunity

Determined to live long and healthy lives, we go to war against germs and viruses that can jeopardize our health and well-being. But how often do we consider creating a balance between battling toxins and building immunity? To destroy biological invaders in your body, you might take antibiotics or other medications that can have strong side effects. Uncomfortable though you may be with the gastro...

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Are You Experiencing an Anniversary Reaction?

A man finds he is irritable for no particular reason and suddenly realizes that it has been two years to the day since his divorce became final. A woman who lost her father to brain cancer gets a terrible headache on the anniversary of his death. A woman feels mildly depressed every year over the holidays, wishing she could return to the happier days of the past—and develops respiratory il...

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