By prioritizing your oral health through regular dental care and adopting healthy habits, you not only preserve your radiant smile but also contribute to the well-being of your heart.
Surviving breast cancer is a courageous journey that often involves rigorous treatments, emotional challenges, and significant lifestyle adjustments. As survivors emerge from the intensity of medical interventions, it becomes crucial to shift focus towards holistic well-being. Often during treatment, emotions are pushed aside to focus solely on getting through it. Now, post-treatment, those emotions come boiling to the surface.
In the first two parts of this series, we discussed some fundamental habits needed to begin a wellness reset. This piece will cover a few products and experiences suggested to enhance and improve your personal health. Read on to learn more about the Oura Ring, blue blocker glasses, and infrared sauna.
One of the first questions my doctor asked me was “What kind of hairspray did you use in the 80s? My initial thought was – is this guy serious? I have been dealing with a cancer diagnosis, I just had a double mastectomy and he’s asking me about hairspray from over 30 years ago!? The point he went on to make was that all the chemicals I was exposed to over my lifetime had been building up in my body and ultimately reached a tipping point and I got breast cancer.
In addition to surgery, detoxing the increased toxic load in my body became the second most crucial part of my breast cancer treatment. While we cannot eliminate all the environmental toxins we are exposed to, we can optimize our body’s detoxification systems to help stop them and significantly reduce our exposure to them.
Most of us have experienced knowing something before it has happened. Maybe we have had awareness rise through the heart that someone was going to have a baby, or get married. Then there is the awareness that gives rise at the nape of your neck, the space between the skull and the spine. This is the space where certain intuition comes into the body. A “knowing” of certainty of importance. Read on to learn more about this sixth sense, this gift of energy.
Empowered with a thirst for knowledge and readily available information and tools, today’s “patients” are indeed equipped to become smart consumers of healthcare, and ready to engage as a partner with their healthcare team. In this three part series, we will explore effective ways you can become the CEO of your own best health.
What is the Good Stuff? It’s something to look forward to. It’s a memory that lights you up and makes you smile. Something to bring some spark to the drudgery of daily routine. Here, Jennifer Baker shares a meditation practice, a skill to help bring in the ‘Good Stuff' and change the state of our nervous system.
It seems that seasonal allergies and all of the suffering that they bring are here once again. Who isn’t talking about it? But if your current routine for common, non-severe seasonal allergies is not effective, or if the side effects are not tolerable, there are alternative over-the-counter solutions to consider.
Neurofeedback is an advanced neurotechnology designed to improve the brainwave state of the user. Adults and children use neurofeedback to help with TBI recovery, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, stress, overwhelm, PTSD, insomnia, headaches, addiction, autism, cognitive decline, focus and concentration.
Self Esteem. These two words are all over social media and have become one of the most searched topics on the internet, with influencers and personalities giving their take on what we can do to improve it and boost it; whether by surrounding yourself with positive people who uplift you, avoiding the news or unfollowing people who make you feel worse when you read their content.