Apr 202013
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

Chronic fatigue syndrome is one of the most mysterious and controversial health conditions of our time. More than fifteen years after chronic fatigue syndrome was recognized and named, medical doctors still argue about its origination: Is it caused by a viral infection? Blood pressure abnormalities? Chronic infection? Food allergies? Chemical sensitivities? Some medical doctors wonder . . . Read More »

Apr 082013

Menopause is a transition period that may last from several months up to a few years. Misinformation about this topic instills fear in many women as they enter their forties and begin to think about menopause. A good example of this is Western medicine’s focuses on menopause as a disease that must be treated with . . . Read More »

Apr 052013

Headaches, one of the most frequently occurring disorders, are more prevalent than even the common cold. Most of us, including children and adolescents, have experienced headaches of various kinds and intensities, and most of us will continue to have them more often then necessary. With today’s fast paced society, the vast majority of headaches are . . . Read More »

Mar 272013
Immune System

The immune system is intricately connected to all other systems in the body. A weak immune system can present the body as a ripe environment ready to breed dis-ease. Psychoneuroimmunology or PNI, a term modern medicine has coined, is used to describe the connection between mind and body; how the brain passes messages via the nerves to . . . Read More »

Mar 252013

High levels of cholesterol in the blood are one of the many risk factors for various health problems and can cause a high risk in developing heart disease and stroke. Inhibited circulation can also cause gallstones, impotence, high blood pressure, and loss of mental awareness. However, not all cholesterol is bad. Your body does require . . . Read More »

Mar 222013

Depression shows no mercy. According to the World Health Organization, it affects people of all ages, races, and nationalities and is one of the most costly of all disorders, largely because it disables people who would otherwise be productive. Similar to other chronic illnesses, depression can be caused by several factors and may be characterized . . . Read More »

Mar 202013
Bladder Infection (Cystitis)

Every year there are almost 9 million women who experience the uncomfortable and irritating symptoms of a bladder infection. Although men experience these symptoms also, women are more prone because of their anatomical structure. Most of these women will be treated with a course of antibiotics, a strategy that kills the current infection but leaves the bladder vulnerable to . . . Read More »

Mar 182013

You have heard of the expression, “what you don’t know won’t hurt you”. Well, it’s just the opposite when it comes to stress. Actually, what you don’t know is already hurting you. Most of us only know stress as something we are under when we worry about situations that we are involved in. But, what . . . Read More »

Mar 172013
Going Natural with Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic Remedies are one of many natural remedies that can be used in the home for acute or chronic symptoms. Although it is important to have a Holistic Health Practitioner evaluate your symptoms, for non-emergency situations, the following may be helpful in choosing the right remedy.* Here is a small list with suggested usage for . . . Read More »

Mar 172013
Going Natural with Bach Flower Remedies

Emotional Support System… In our fast pace world, stress and stress-related problems are growing concerns to many of us. However, stress in and of itself, is not the real problem. The real problem is in how we handle our stress. Originally discovered in the early 1930’s, these 38 wildflower remedies have been used worldwide for . . . Read More »