Reduce Stress. Improve Immunity

Like you, I have been monitoring the latest news about the coronavirus (COVID-19) – now a pandemic.

The uncertainty of this is creating massive worldwide stress, and most of us have never experienced anything quite like the coronavirus! Have any of you been to Trader Joes or Costco?  I have never seen such empty shelves.  And don’t get me started about the hunt for toilet paper, Clorox wipes, or hand sanitizer. 

Right now I want to draw your attention to ...

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2020 Visibility

We are three weeks into the new year and I am wondering, how aligned are your actions with your intentions?  

So far so good with me.  My main goal this year is to be more visible.  What is visible?  It’s showing up for my passions, sharing my opinion, being of service.  

This year I will be presenting at two conferences! 
The American Council of Hypnotist Examiners  has invited me to speak in May on integrating EFT & Hypnosis for stress ...

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The Best Winter Wellness Advice for Understanding and Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

By: Kimberly Hayes, Chief Blogger at publichealthalert.info

Do the dark days of wintertime seem to bring you down?  You might be suffering from seasonal affective disorder.  Thankfully, there are several symptoms to help with identifying the concern, and also a number of methods for helping you feel better.

What is seasonal affective disorder (SAD)?  What used to be thought of as the “wintertime blues” received official recognition in the 1980s.  As Medical ...

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How to Cope with Insomnia Following the Loss of a Loved One

By Sara Bailey

Grieving the loss of someone you love is one of the most difficult journeys you will ever take. Sometimes, when you lie down to sleep, you feel the loss the deepest. Instead of tossing and turning, try these practical tips to help quiet your mind so you can rest.

Rest and Recuperate

 Sleeping serves an important purpose to your mind and body. It’s when you sleep that you undergo restorative processes, repairing muscle, building energy, and consolidating information. When ...

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5 Success Strategies for your New Year’s Resolution

1. Write it down—When it comes to goal setting, your mindset determines your success. Explore the personal benefits of your resolution, and write it down. Pen to paper creates a deeper commitment. Once you are clear on your goal, break it down into actionable steps.

2. Make your resolution realisticSetting unrealistic expectations for yourself sets you up to feel overwhelmed and falling short. Smaller steps allows for achievement and feelings of success. For example, if your goal is to become healthier ...

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Five Stress Relieving Techniques So You Can Enjoy Your Holidays

Strap on your seat-belt, we are entering the holiday season. It’s unfortunate that even the mention of the holiday season evokes stress. So I am choosing to call it the Spiritual Season.

Spiritual, not religious.

You see, religion, in my opinion, is simply the rules, ritual and doctrine of whatever you believe. Spirituality? Well, that is the personal relationship you have with what you believe. And we can all agree that some basic spiritual principles are GRATITUDE, LOVE and GIVING. Tis the ...

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How to Host a Spirited and Sober Halloween Party

By: Caleb Anderson

Halloween is approaching, and you’re right in the throes of addiction recovery. You’d love a night of friends and fun, but you’re overwhelmed by the thought of entertaining, and the fear of a relapse. These are common concerns; how you deal with them will largely affect the success of your long-term recovery.

It’s important to remember, though, that part of your recovery includes forming new habits. According to Wendy Wood, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern ...

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome: What it is and How to Find Relief

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), also known as Spastic Colon or Nervous Stomach, is a chronic functional gastrointestinal disorder, which affects the nervous system of the gut. Up to 35 million people in the United States are affected by Irritable Bowel Syndrome, approximately 67% of them being female. The symptoms may include abdominal pain, gas, bloating, spasms, and constipation or diarrhea.

The cause of IBS is unknown. Research shows that people with this disorder have more reactive colon muscles. Foods, such as ...

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Did you know that September 21st is World Gratitude Day?

What are you grateful for?

I am grateful that September 21, 1999 was Yom Kippur. And although I am not Jewish, I was vaguely aware that Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement.

Atonement: satisfaction or reparation for a wrong or injury; amends.

Well, what better way to make amends than to stop injuring myself (and others around me) on a daily basis and finally quit smoking. ...

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The Top 10 Health Benefits of Ginger Turmeric Tea (#6 Is The Most Useful)

By: Christian Olsen

Turmeric and ginger are powerful ingredients people use for medicinal and culinary purposes. When adding them to food, they provide seasoning without any fat or sodium content. And as supplements, they offer far-reaching benefits for various physical conditions. So what are the top 10 benefits of ginger turmeric tea?

The thing about turmeric and ginger is that they do wonders when consumed together. The phytochemicals present in both the herbs combine to enhance potency.

Ginger contains gingerol, which does an ...

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