Posts tagged with ‘Stress’

  • Self Care - Eastern Medicine and Global Options

    Going Global: How To Do Self Care Like A Global Citizen

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    Let’s face it–after 2020, we all need and deserve a little extra DIY TLC. And if you’re like us, seeing your friends, visiting family, and going to restaurants without stressing over 6 feet aren’t the only things you’re missing. For those of us who consider ourselves globetrotters, this pandemic has taken away one of our favorite pastimes–traveling. So we put this list together so you can do some much-needed self care while taking inspiration from some of our favorite destinations around the globe.

  • Purging Your Life With Eastern Medicine - Trash

    The Big Purge: How To Detox Your Life, Your Apartment, and Your Mind

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    Looking to start fresh in 2021 and get rid of some toxic baggage? You’re not alone! There’s no denying that the word “detox” is a little overused right now. From teas to detox our guts, to face creams and masks to detox our face, and even foot baths to detox our feet it seems everything needs a detox. But the principle is still solid. Detoxifying, or removing negative and toxic elements, is a great goal that we can all focus on. Here are some tips and tricks to purge your entire life.

  • Eastern medicine Night Time Routine For Sleep Bath

    The Best Night Time Routine For Rest + Beauty, According To Eastern Medicine

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    You’ve probably heard of the circadian rhythm, right? It’s the West’s version of our internal body clock. Basically, this clock responds to the lightness or darkness that we’re exposed to, and that helps guide our energy levels, sleep, eating habits and more. But the circadian rhythm isn’t the only body clock around. In fact, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic practice both follow body clocks that tell us the best times to eat, rest, exercise, be social, and more!

  • Overthinking Remedies in Eastern Medicine

    Hey Overthinker! Get Rid Of Your Racing Thoughts with Eastern Medicine

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    Let’s face it, overthinking is pretty common. And it’s really hard to deal with! In Western medicine, we give names like “anxiety” and “insomnia” to problems related to racing thoughts and overthinking. But being told that you have insomnia or anxiety doesn’t do much to actually help you with your problem. Eastern medicine approaches things a little differently. Instead of naming the results of your overthinking, Eastern medicine looks at the root problem–your racing thoughts and overactive mind.

  • Ayurveda Sleep Remedies

    Struggling With Sleep? Try These 5 Ayurvedic Tips For Better Rest

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    When was the last time you got a good night’s rest? If you can’t quite remember, you’re not alone in your sleeplessness. If your philosophy is that you’ll “sleep when you’re dead,” you might want to rethink your philosophy. When we don’t get enough sleep, it can affect our skin, weight, heart health, and mental health. Getting enough hours of good sleep is key to staying happy and healthy. So whether your quality or quantity of sleep is less than ideal, we have a few gems of wisdom from Ayurveda to help you out.

  • Eastern Medicine Remedies For Holiday Stress - Gingerbread

    Recover From Holiday Stress & Overeating Naturally With Eastern Medicine

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    Holidays are stressful, and everyone knows it. Add in the overeating, and most of us are a hot mess come January. Thankfully, we’ve got some natural tips to help get you back to (and possibly better than) your normal self. From herbal remedies to energy work, check out these Eastern medicine based techniques for relieving all that stress.

  • Eastern Medicine Cures For Holiday Stress

    Why The Should-Be-Happy Holidays Stress Us Out And How To Deal Naturally

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    Even though it feels like it was just March yesterday, the holidays are here. Sure that means fun Friendsgivings and a rocking NYE party (though who knows that that means this year), but it also means midnight amazon cart filling and houseguests up in your space. For many of us, it’s both equal parts fun and chaos, and that up and down is stressful. Here’s how to chill out naturally (without too many eggnogs) this holiday season and beyond.

  • Sleep And Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Why You Can’t Sleep And How Traditional Chinese Medicine Can Help

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    More than 70million Americans have trouble sleeping, so if you’re having problems drifting off to dreamland, you’re not alone. There are so many things that can prevent you from getting to sleep or staying asleep, but getting resolution is key to avoiding health problems related to lack of sleep (like weight gain, high blood pressure, heart disease, or depression). So read on to learn more about what could be causing your problems sleeping and how eastern medicine can help you hit the snooze button.

  • How Do You Feel? An Eastern Medicine Perspective

    How Are You Really? An Eastern Medicine Perspective

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    It’s a question you’re asked every day, but we have all become so accustomed to answering “good” or “busy” that we likely don’t even think about what the real answer is. The answer becomes de facto. Maybe because we don’t want to be real with the world. Or, maybe because we don’t want to be real with ourselves.

  • How You Could Be Making Yourself Sick

    4 Ways You Make Yourself Sick (and What to Do About It)

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    Do you need two hands to count how many workouts you fit into a week? If that’s you, then you’re probably obsessed with your health. While taking care of yourself should be a top priority, there are tons of things we do on a daily basis that are really bad for us, like dwelling on negative thoughts or not drinking enough water. When it comes to true health and happiness, balance is key. Below are a few things to keep in mind to make sure you’re keeping your overall health in check. 

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