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Acupuncture Against Chronic Pain

Acupuncture Against Chronic Pain

Let’s Describe Chronic Pain Chronic pain refers to pain that is experience exists for a prolonged period without relief. But did you know that chronic pain can also lead to compound or systemic pain as a result? For example, someone who hurts their back might have to...

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Overcoming Your Insomnia

Overcoming Your Insomnia

Let us start by explaining what Insomnia is. According to the American Sleep Association, “Insomnia refers to trouble falling or staying asleep. It can affect someone for a short time, such as a few nights or weeks. In other cases, Insomnia is chronic and can last for...

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Essential Oils for you and your pets (Part 2)

Essential Oils for you and your pets (Part 2)

Most of us are aware that our pets have a keen sense of smell, but do you know just how magnified cats’ and dogs’ little noses are? Dogs have over 220 million smell receptors and cats have 45 to 80 million! (In comparison, humans only have about 5 million receptors....

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Essential Oils for you and your pets (Part 1)

Essential Oils for you and your pets (Part 1)

Essential oils are deeply rooted throughout cultures worldwide, which uses varying from religious to healing purposes. Here are some fun facts Egyptians used aromatic oils and pastes from plants transformed into pills as early as 4500 B.C.E. In China, between...

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The Skill of Mindfulness

The Skill of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is extremely straightforward. Simply put, it is the practice of being fully present, fully aware, and fully able to engage with one’s current situation or environment. Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and...

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How to Kick the Sugar Blues

How to Kick the Sugar Blues

You have probably heard by now that Americans are consuming too much sugar, and this is especially true around the holidays. Did you know the recommended intake is no more than six teaspoons (25 grams) of added sugar per day for women, and nine teaspoons (38 grams)...

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