By: Samantha Anderson, NBC-HWC, FMCHC
There's nothing like a great night's sleep. We wake feeling fresh and energetic. We wake up hungry and have a clear mind. We can exercise and function well during the day. And then at night, we're ready to go back to sleep without much effort.
By: Becky Brown, RPh, NBC-HWC
Three simple words that used to take my stress level from zero to sixty as soon as I thought them or heaven forbid someone else dared to utter them are – ‘what’s for dinner?’
The prevalence of Alzheimer's Disease among women is startling. Let's explore a collection of lifestyle interventions to achieve optimal brain health with "The End of Alzheimer's Program: The Bredesen Protocol."
The Answer is at the Tip of Your Nose
Health seekers know that there are many facets to our health and many modalities and practices which we can adopt in the spirit of wellness. At times, it can be difficult to figure out where to start and what to focus on first, and there is no right answer.
According to the Harvard School of Public Health, 73% of adults have participated in sports at some point. 89% of parents claim to have a child benefitting from sport participation.
From recreational player to Olympic medalist, sports leave a lasting impact on our lives. Even if you’ve never stepped foot into an athletic arena, my bet is that you are only one degree of separation away. Are you the parent of an athlete? Are you married to a sports fan? It’s undeniable, sports infiltrate our culture.