Category Archives: Mental Health

Why You Must Become the Director of Your Health

Becoming the director of your health is one of the most important skills you will ever learn – but what does it really mean? Many of us think, “If I just eat right and exercise I’ll be healthy, and if by some random chance I do become sick with a disease, my doctor will fix […]

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Women and Neurological Diseases

Research is showing that neurological diseases are on the rise, with more women dying from them than ever before. In a 2015 study of neurological deaths of American adults compared with other countries, every country’s rate of neurological deaths rose relative to the controls, but most significantly in the US, which is a huge cause […]

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Why You Need a Proven, Step-By-Step Plan to Recover from Chronic Disease

For many us diagnosed with a disease label, before that diagnosis we thought we were healthy. We started having symptoms and went to our doctor, only to be given a life-altering diagnosis. From there we followed standard of care and managed our symptoms, all the while losing our independence and our quality-of-life. But then we start to research. We read, watch videos, listen to podcasts, look […]

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Chronic Stress Linked to Inflammation

Stress carries an emotional toll, but as many people know, it can also be very damaging to your health. Chronic stress, in particular, has been linked to anxiety, depression, heart disease, digestive problems, sleep disturbances, memory and concentration impairment, and weight gain. Now, a recent study published in The Journal of Neuroscience gives us a better understanding of why chronic […]

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The Ketogenic Diet – A solution for Kids with Epilepsy?

There is little that can make a parent feel more powerless than to watch their child suffer from disease symptoms. This is especially true for parents whose children endure epileptic seizures. These episodes are incredibly hard on children’s bodies, minds and spirits and can make day to day functioning difficult and riddled with worry about when the next seizure might strike. […]

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