How do you leave your workday at work? It's easier said than done. Use these five tips to get a leg-up on your stress level at the end of a long day
Recently, many people feel like they’ve woken up in some strange Alice Through the Looking Glass place where up is down and down is up. Tsunami-like waves of emotion have echoes across the country in recent weeks. How can you get a grip and become proactive? How can you fight against feelings of helplessness? Below are a slew of delicious morning rituals that will empower you, heal you and make you and the world a happier, healthier place.
As important as vitamins, minerals are required by the body to perform different functions. Here’s what you must eat to boost their levels in your body.
Mary Poppins rightfully claims, "a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down," but for a diabetic self-managing blood sugar levels, swap that spoonful of sugar for one of vinegar and the blood sugar goes down.
Okay, you are twenty-one weeks pregnant! The finish line is in sight, and there is more on your mind than ever before. First of all, if you're already thinking about when the baby arrives, we have the perfect thing.
If you're 22-weeks pregnant, then there's a whole world of exciting and helpful information to learn about you and your baby. Sure, thoughts of parenting might be overwhelming, making it tough to focus on the now.
Those of you who are 24-weeks pregnant, or simply planning for the time, have a lot to consider at this late stage of pregnancy. Your brain is likely running all the way from figuring out a birth plan to planning for when the baby has actually arrived. Luckily, we have all the tools to help you prioritize.
Anti-inflammatory foods and the diet that can help heal your chronic pain Most of us are always on a mission to find the healthiest way of eating that helps us feel good and live without pain — and the anti-inflammation diet may do just that
Always reaching for slippers and gloves? You might have Raynaud's disease. My pinkie finger on my right hand felt cold, tingly and slightly painful one afternoon in the frozen food section of the grocery store. I looked down at my white, pasty, throbbing finger and had no idea what was wrong. This continued to happen any time my hands or feet would get cold or wet. After talking to a few other women, they said they had the same symptoms, but had no idea what it was. I scheduled a visit to my doctor and she told me I had was experiencing attacks caused by Raynaud's disease.
Julian Walker is a Los Angeles-based yoga instructor who almost lost his career and passion to Lyme disease. Over ten years ago, a tick bit Walker during a trip to upstate New York, unnoticed. He returned to California with confusing symptoms like skin inflammation, and, with area doctors less unfamiliar with the disease, it took five months to get a proper diagnosis. Untreated, Lyme disease took a toll on his body.