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How to Enjoy Better Health With Natural Remedies

 

 

 

As Natural Remedy items and prescriptions hit the drug stores & pharmacies faster and faster, individuals don’t seem to understand the huge advantages that can be gained by the utilization of these Natural Remedies. Most Natural Remedies have few if any side effects, they don’t do any permanent damage and they are not life threatening, contrasted with conventional medication. In spite of the fact that there are numerous over the counter and physician endorsed medications accessible for indigestion help, Natural Remedy solutions for these ailments might be similarly as compelling and cause less side effects. You have likely observed the ads on TV for another customary solution for something as straightforward as acid reflux, however the disclaimers for the medication list are tenfold the number of conceivable impending side effects as the single ailment that it should fix!

There are many Natural Remedies and foods that a few specialists consider as natural cures and options in contrast to professionally prescribed medications. Some clinical specialists consider the Natural Remedies to really be better than conventional medications in some instances as a result of the outstandingly shorter rundown of adverse reactions. For example, drinking baking soda mixed with water can greatly improve an upset stomach. As can ginger root when cooked with foods or the spice ginger can be sprinkled on foods to ease stomach upset. These are just a few of the Natural Remedies available for an upset stomach which have no known side effects to our knowledge.

Improving wellbeing through the use of Natural Remedies or home grown cures ought to be monitored by your physician especially if you are taking prescription drugs and combining herbs with these prescription drugs. There might be some concoction clashes that while not evident, your PCP can inform you about. You might want to start to incorporate the advantages of Natural Remedies into your regular daily routine by loading your medication bureau with home grown cures but checking with your doctor first. For instance, rhubarb is one of the solutions for GI and renal function disorders utilized by traditional Chinese medicine. There are no known side effects found from eating the rhubarb itself, however the rhubarb leaves are toxic if eaten. Therefore, it is important to do some research before engaging in Natural Remedies so that you will be informed as to what will be helpful and what can actually harm you.

Other Natural Remedies include Magnetic Therapy and acupuncture. Both of these therapies can help with many ailments with little if any side effects. In any case, much the same as with customary doctor prescribed prescriptions, be certain that you comprehend what you are treating, and make certain to treat the malady and not simply the manifestation. For instance, before you treat the symptoms of your bothersome skin rash, it is imperative to comprehend what might be the underlying cause of your rash so that you can forestall further flare-ups and treat the cause.

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Holiday Stress Got You Down? Try These Natural Alternatives!

Holiday Stress Got You Down?  Try These Natural Alternatives!

Gemstone Therapy: Amethyst

Amethyst is one of the 12 stones of the Bible.  It is a holy stone.  In addition, if you wear it, rub it, have it near you or with you when you sleep, this stone’s properties can help alleviate stress and anxiety.

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Food Therapy:

High Intake Amounts of Folate, Tryptophan, Antioxidants, & Magnesium Can Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Examples are as follows:

Folate – Dark leafy greens such as spinach, asparagus, broccoli, citrus fruit, beans, and avocado.

Tryptophan – Chicken, turkey, shrimp, tuna, halibut, salmon, sardines, cod, and scallops.

Antioxidants – Blueberries, dark chocolate, pecans, cranberries, and kidney beans.

Magnesium – Dark leafy greens, nuts, bananas, dark chocolate, seeds, fish, grains, avocados, yogurt, and dried fruit.

These are just a few examples to help you identify some healthy foods to help with stress and anxiety.  Additionally, avoid processed foods and foods that contain high sugar.

Magnetic Therapy:

Magnets are made of rare earth elements such as iron, nickel, cobalt, boron, and neodymium.  It is believed that exposure to these elements decrease pain and improve moods.

The combination of magnets with amethyst can result in maximum relief from stress and anxiety.

WARNING: If you have an implantable medical device such as a pacemaker defibrillator, insulin pump, or liver infusion pump, avoid exposure to magnets as they may affect the way your device functions.  Some practitioners discourage the use of magnetic therapy by people who are pregnant or nursing.

Acupuncture:

Acupuncturists use small needles on acupuncture points in order to relieve stress and anxiety.  Visit a qualified acupuncturist near you to discuss treatment options.

Exercise:

It is hard to find time to exercise during the holidays, but even a brisk 10-20 minute walk can help to produce endorphins.  Doctors recommend 30 minutes of exercise a day.  Producing endorphins will result in stress relief.  Try it out!

Meditation:

Finding time to meditate can be especially difficult to commit to during the holiday season, but to just sit quietly for a few minutes each day can be a stress reliever.  If you are still skeptical, ABC News anchor, Dan Harris, shares his previous skepticism and newfound beliefs regarding his experience with mindful meditation in the article, “What Meditation Did For Me – and Can For You Too.”  Dan addresses a lot of reasons people have for not being able to meditate, such as not having time or not being able to “clear” the mind.  Meditation is not about clearing the mind, but about focusing the mind.  He further explains how practicing meditation can:

-Lower your blood pressure

-Boost your immune system

-Reduce the release of stress hormones, and

-Help with lowering anxiety, depression, ADHD, and age-related cognitive decline

Prayer:

Last but not least, do not forget about the power of prayer – especially during the hectic holiday times.  We should all be grateful for what we have, so take a few minutes to thank God or whatever higher being it is you choose to praise.

* Remember this holiday season, it is not about the things we give and receive…it’s about giving with love to those we love.  Give the gift of health and healing *

 

April Maguire

CEO & Founder

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