If you often have trouble sleeping well, you’re not alone. About a third of Americans say that they lie awake a few times a week. Stress and certain lifestyle habits can disrupt your circadian rhythms in ways that make it harder to sleep. The good news is that these habits are easy to fix.
Research suggests that ashwagandha can be very effective at improving our tolerance to stress and reducing its harmful effects on our health. This is good news for everyone, but it’s especially good for women. To understand why, you need to understand what stress is doing to your body.
Despite everything you may have read on the internet, nothing has been proven to cure or prevent COVID-19. The best way to protect yourself from the Coronavirus is to practice social distancing and not come into contact with someone that has been infected. You should also make sure that you get enough sleep, exercise daily, [...]
According to some research, eating the right spices and herbs might be good for your brain health. You might be surprised to know that some of them might already be in your cabinets. A number of those spices and herbs can possibly fight against Alzheimer's disease while others might be helpful for overall cognition.
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I'm sure you've been told about the importance of eating a balanced diet, regularly exercising, and sleeping. The problem is, we all live busy lives and we can't always follow a strict diet and exercise program.
That is where supplements come in. Providing yourself with some natural vitamins and supplements can help to give you the [...]
If your life has been impacted by a panic disorder, you realize just how much it can affect you and those around you1. The symptoms can take hold of your mind but they also affect the body and your well-being in general. The primary feature of panic disorders are the panic attacks that typically come [...]
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) reports that anxiety disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder afflict approximately 18 percent of the population or roughly 40 million adult Americans1.Based on these numbers, this means that approximately 1 in 5 people will develop some type of anxious condition [...]