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Winter is no longer coming. It's here! Cold days with little sunlight could make anybody experience the winter blues. But, just as seasons change, these feelings should also pass. Here are five healthy ways to lift your spirits during the winter season. 1. Lighten Things Up "Hello, darkness, my old friend..." During the winter, there...
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With the new year fast approaching, you must be wading through a chest-high pool of "New Year, New You, Life-Changing, Must-Try Wellness Trends” content. (Yes, this article included.) A piece of warning, though: trends are just that — trends. They’re popular, sure, but do they work? Are they safe? Take IV vitamin therapy, for example....
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Reduce stress. Improve clarity. Promote happiness. While you may be familiar with mindfulness’ countless physical and emotional benefits, finding time for this supposedly calm-inducing activity can, ironically, be a stressful endeavor. Carving out space in your packed-like-a-rush-hour-subway-train schedule to sit still and appreciate the present moment can feel like a luxury you can’t afford. But...
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By whatever name you call them—pills, capsules, softgels—CBD pills are one of the most convenient ways to get a perfectly measured serving size of the world’s favorite cannabinoid.  Taking CBD in pill form is as familiar and easy as taking a regular supplement. No need to worry whether you took enough tincture…or your tincture leaking...
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Are hot flashes the only thing steaming up your bedroom? You’re not alone. Over half of women experience a drop in their sex drive as they enter perimenopause and menopause.  As your hormones fluctuate during “the change,” so can your libido. Along with dwindling sexual desire, other issues like vaginal dryness, tightness and pain also...
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Have you been feeling under pressure? Got too much on your plate? Been burning the candle at both ends? Are you at a breaking point? We often use these and other phrases to describe a state of stress. But what does stress really mean? Stress is any type of change or challenge—positive or negative—that causes...
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The holidays bring food and festivities that likely don’t fit into the healthy habits you committed to with your last New Year’s resolution. Trying to focus on diet, exercise, rest, or making time for your favorite hobby while navigating the endless holiday gatherings and activities can be stressful.  It may be tempting to abandon course...
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Living longer is easier said than done. Longevity tips are often painted in broad brushstrokes: eat a healthy diet, exercise, avoid smoking, etc. How vague and unhelpful. Isn’t there anything more specific? Thankfully, there is; researchers say we can look toward the Blue Zones—regions in the world that contain extremely high rates of centenarians (people...
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When we think of health, we often think of our physical health. But the mind is just as involved in our health as our physical body.  Believe it or not, the mind and body do not operate as two separate entities, but as a fully integrated unit. While the mind influences the functioning of the...
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A woman's body is extremely dynamic. From puberty to childbearing years to entering menopause, our bodies have unique requirements. Menopause alters the way our cells communicate, which can cause severe physical and emotional changes. This drastic shift in hormones can be a bit of a culture shock to a woman's system. So, we must plan...
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It’s easy to assume that PMS is an inevitable part of being a woman. As we move through the phases of our menstrual cycle each month, PMS is something we’ve come to expect. While Premens doesn’t affect every woman, it affects most women’s health. Did you know that 75% of women experience PMS in one...
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We live in a youth-obsessed society. And it’s reflected in what we see in magazines, newspapers, TV shows, and movies. We rarely see older individuals, particularly women, portrayed in a favorable light unless they’re somehow free of fine lines, wrinkles, and gray hair. Is this problematic? Yes. How can it not be? Shunning an unavoidable...
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