5 Natural Ways to Better Sleep No ratings yet.

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You don’t have to be an insomniac to benefit from learning new ways to sleep better. Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important ways of staying healthy. Even your immune system’s strength depends on consistent, good sleep. Whether or not you get the flu this season could have a lot to do with how you’re sleeping. Some long-term and serious consequences of chronically poor sleep include heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Read more

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Hairapy: Get the Looks You Really Want No ratings yet.

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For all you girls out there, you know how stressful finding the “perfect” look can be, right? Whether you choose curly, straight, or the popular messy ‘fun bun’ look, its hard to perfect. Being a Hairstylist, I even have the problem of being too lazy to style even my own hair every morning. After doing everyone else’s hair all day, mine is the last thing I want to think about. Read more

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Tired? You Might Actually Be Dehydrated No ratings yet.

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Many of us suffer from low energy levels or fatigue, brain fog, lethargy, dry skin, and/or muscle cramps on a regular basis.  If you are one of these people, and research shows that the number seems to be increasing, you may simply be dehydrated.  It sounds too simple, but even mild dehydration can often be the culprit behind many or all of these common conditions.  Even high blood pressure can be caused by dehydration. Read more

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Melanotan: A Dangerous Golden Glow? No ratings yet.

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As the rain pours down on yet another dismal winter day here in the UK, we dream of summer holidays and the warm, healthy glow that a suntan gives us. However, many ‘tanorexics’ can’t face the thought of looking pale and interesting and instead insist on a year-round tan. The health risks of sunbeds are now well-documented, but what about the latest self-tanning craze; Melanotan? Read more

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Mindfulness; The Pause for a Cause No ratings yet.

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Our reactions to most situations can benefit by pausing ourselves and being present in the here and now. We are all faced by events we find distressing every day, both small and large; burnt toast, account overdrafts, misbehaving children, loss of employment, failing grades, and sometimes even the loss of a loved one. Depending on our individual reactions to these events, we can escalate them into episodes of profound depression, panic attacks, substance abuse, mania, hyper-aggression, or one of many other mood and behavioral conditions. Read more

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St John’s Wort: Safe Natural Remedy for Depression? No ratings yet.

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For sufferers of depression the natural, herbal remedy, St John’s Wort was welcomed with open arms. The remedy is derived from a common, yellow-flowering hedgerow plant and is proven to be effective for mild to moderate depression. It is viewed by millions of advocates as a kind of Prozac but without the stigma or risk of a proper drug. Read more

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8 Tips to Burn Your Belly Fat No ratings yet.

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The party season is over for another year, and burning your belly fat may be an impossible task. Like many of us, you may have tried stomach crunches sideways, backwards, and upside down, but to no avail. Perhaps you’ve danced around the living room, while copying Youtube videos. Tried the crazy diet that makes you cranky and tired? Read more

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