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Posts tagged with ‘Stress’

  • Fermented Turmeric

    Here’s 4 Reasons You Should Be Fermenting Your Turmeric

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    Ok, so you’ve heard about trendy Turmeric and maybe you’ve even added it to your cooking or to your supplement regimen. But it can be kind of tough to make sure you get the most benefits from the turmeric you eat. Unfortunately, it’s not the kind of thing where you simply consume more to get more benefits. If you eat too much, it can upset your stomach. Plus, the really powerful nutrients in turmeric, like curcurmin, aren’t easily absorbed into your body. So how do you get the most out of your turmeric? Simple! You ferment it. Read on to learn how.

  • Chronic Conditions Eastern Medicine

    Chronically Ill: The Rise of Chronic Disease and How TCM Fits In

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    We’ve got bad news–chronic illnesses are going up. Across the world and in the US, more and more people are being diagnosed with incurable diseases like asthma, cancer, and diabetes.Thanks to advances in healthcare, we’re living longer. But that also means that we’re facing new issues as we age. Western medicine doesn’t have an answer to chronic illnesses and in many cases they’re considered incurable. So to deal with the symptoms and effects of chronic illness, people are turning to the East.

  • Eastern Medicine Herbs

    Eastern Herbs for Western Problems

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    Sick of popping pills and relying on pharmaceuticals to solve your problems? You’re not alone. While it may seem that modern problems require modern solutions, we can still use some of the same remedies our ancestors relied on to help us with stress, sleep and even hangovers!

  • Eastern Medicine To Boost Motivation - Lazy

    Covid Killed Your Motivation? Here’s How To Get It Back With Eastern Medicine

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    Has the last year just absolutely killed your motivation and drive? You’re not alone. What with COVID, quarantine, and working from home, it’s easy to feel like you’ve lost your mojo.
    But how do you get it back? Well, when it comes to motivation, perception is reality. It all starts with you. It can feel impossible to get back on track, but it’s not! Here’s how to get out of a slump and start to feel like yourself again with a little help from Eastern medicine.

  • Cold Feet In Eastern Medicine

    Cold Feet? Warm Up With Eastern Medicine

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    If you’ve got cold feet, and it’s not your wedding day, you may just think to throw on a pair of socks and call it a day. That said, if you notice that your feet or your hands (or both) continuously feel cold, something’s got to give! IT can be uncomfortable and even painful at times.Here’s what you need to know about the Eastern and western perspectives on poor circulation and cold extremities so you can warm up.

  • Treating Anxiety in Kids With Eastern Medicine

    Treating Your Child’s Anxiety Naturally

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    This year has been stressful for all of us, and kids and teens are no exception. Separation anxiety and social anxiety in our kids can easily be brushed off as kids being too sensitive or needing to grow out of their attachment. But when kids are worried or anxious all the time, it might be something more.
    It might seem strange, but kids can have anxiety disorders just like adults do. But while an adult might just go to therapy and take prescription meds to help with their problems, it can be harder to find ways to cope with anxious children. Here’s what you need to know about identifying anxiety in your child and finding natural ways to treat it.

  • Moxibustion

    Love Acupuncture? Here Are 3 Other Eastern Medicine Practices To Try

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    Ok, so you’re no newbie to Eastern medicine. Maybe you were the first one of your friends to get into yoga, or you love your weekly acupuncture appointments. You’ve got a meditation app on your phone and a gua sha stone on your bathroom shelf. So what’s the next step? What should Eastern medicine practice should you try next? Whether you’ve never heard of them before or if you’ve been considering one or more of them, we’re breaking down Pranayama, Cupping and Moxibustion.

  • Eastern Medicine For Anxiety

    Should You Try Eastern Medicine Instead of Anxiety Meds?

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected pretty much everything, and mental health issues are no exception. The rate of anxiety and depression has quadrupled in the US during the pandemic! Previously, only about 10% of US adults reported dealing with these issues. Now, that number has skyrocketed up to 40% of the adult population. If you’re one of those 40%, you might be looking for ways to treat and manage your anxiety. Most people turn to prescription meds to help combat feelings of worry and fear along with the physical symptoms of an anxiety disorder. But have you considered other options? Here’s the low-down on how anti-anxiety medications work and whether natural alternatives might be a better option for you.

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    Teen Anxiety Is On The Rise: Here’s How To Treat It Naturally

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    Did you know 7% of kids between the ages of 3 and 17 have been diagnosed with anxiety, according to the CDC? And those numbers keep growing. In fact, a national survey found that there’s been a 20% increase in anxiety diagnoses in the last decade. For comparison, depression rates only went up by 0.2%. That’s why anxiety is the biggest mental health problem that teenagers in the US are facing right now. So what are the causes of this, what should you look out for and how do you help your child or teen through it all? We’re breaking it down.

  • Eastern and Western Medicine Approaches to Gut Issues

    Gut Health Showdown: East Versus West on 3 Common Gut Problems

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    Is your stomach not feeling quite right? Gut problems are notoriously tricky. Often, they can be tough to diagnose, hard to treat, and just plain uncomfortable to have.

    But there’s always more than one way to approach a problem. That’s why we decided to compare Eastern medicine and western medicine when it comes to 3 common gut health issues: acid reflux, constipation, and IBS. Whether you’re coming from an Eastern perspective or a western perspective, this list just might help you find some relief.

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