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Safe, Natural Treatments for Anxiety and Stress

…favorite therapies for relieving stress. * Get a massage. Though massage used to be thought of as an indulgent luxury, it is now recognized as a powerful therapeutic tool. In addition to decreasing anxiety and tension and alleviating stress naturally, massage eases pain, relieves aching joints and muscles…

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4 Tips for Healthier Summer Travel

…your circulation remains healthy and normal. If you are flying in an airplane, try to get up and walk around every 30–45 minutes. You can also massage your calves, quadriceps, and hamstrings. Use long, upward strokes to help the blood move toward your heart, and take deep, relaxed breaths to keep…

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6 Ways to Overcome Holiday Stress

…through the very busy days of December. * Get a massage. It feels fantastic and has true therapeutic value. A massage promotes healthy circulation, enhances immune system function, and helps eliminate toxins from your lymphatic system. Above all, massage relaxes and de-stresses you like nothing else.…

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Say Goodbye to Sciatica

…normal. That said, there are a number of sciatica treatments that will put you on the fast track to recovery. Massage, acupuncture, and chiropractic are excellent treatments for sciatica. Massage gently stretches the muscles and helps release sciatic nerve compression. Acupuncture opens up energy pathways…

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Tips for Treating Plantar Fasciitis

…can or a golf ball. Do this for about three minutes a couple of times a day, using as much pressure as feels comfortable. Foot massage, manual or with an electric massager, also helps release tension in the fascia and ease plantar fasciitis symptoms. 2. Relieve Pain Naturally Like other inflammatory…

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Can't Sleep? Try These Natural Remedies

…(from green tea), lemon balm, chamomile, and hops also relieve stress, induce relaxation, and facilitate sleep, as do acupuncture, reflexology, and massage. If none of these safe, drug-free approaches help, I suggest you talk to your doctor about the prescription medication Dilantin. In these stressful…

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Treatments for Depression

…, Mucuna pruriens, and St. John’s wort. (Supplement dosages vary, use as directed.) And meditation, prayer, yoga, acupuncture, reflexology, and massage are powerful stress busters. At the clinic, we look for and treat underlying conditions that may be linked with depression, such as imbalances in thyroid…

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Alleviating Pain with PRP Treatment

Pain can be more than inconvenient and unpleasant—it can be downright dreadful. But whether you have chronic neck or back pain, arthritic joints, an acute sports injury, or a lingering sprain or strain, conventional doctors are quick to whip out their prescription pads. Yet there are a host of…

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Help for Hair Loss

…application of essential oils may also help with regrowth. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, study participants experiencing hair loss massaged a blend of rosemary, thyme, lavender, and cedarwood oils suspended in a base of grape seed and jojoba oil into the scalp nightly for seven months…

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