Posts in Health
What Are The Health Benefits Of Acupuncture?

So if you’re interested in trying out acupuncture, or you love acupuncture and want to know more, this interview is for you. I turned to Jen Becker, a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, and a Nationally Certified Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology through the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), the highest level of certification available, to answer questions that explain acupuncture in depth.

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How To Restore Your Gut Health

After I started to eat much healthier, I could still tell my gut health wasn’t optimal. Once I could feel that the health of my gut was directly related to my energy, moods, cravings, weight, skin and overall health, I took a serious interest in getting it on track. And so “mission to micromanage my microbiome”, began.

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What To Expect When You Get Cupping Therapy

”That’s gonna leave a mark”, the perfect universal tagline for every cupping business out there. When you see those red marks on someone’s back you can’t help but wonder, what is the point? Why would someone be willing to do that to themselves? It has to be painful, right? If you’re into wellness, cupping may spark your curiosity. Should I start doing it? And if so, why?!

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6 Questions About Postpartum Depression, Answered

Here are six questions I asked a couple of experts about PPD specifically in relation to new moms (but fyi, dads can get PPD too), along with their honest, professional answers. It doesn’t matter if you’re about to be a mother, a father, a loved one, a friend, a parent of three kids, there’s surely something for you in here. Take a look.  

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The Truth About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Around the same time every year, there’s a chance you’ve heard people around you say they have seasonal affective disorder—whether or not they’ve actually been diagnosed with it. Recently, I asked a couple of docs some questions about SAD. And while this article is by no means a self-diagnosis aide, it was definitely informative for me. Read on.

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World Mental Health Day

There are more than 18.1 million people in this country alone fighting anxiety and depression and because today is World Mental Health Day, I wanted to share how anxiety has affected a large portion of my life, and my physical health. We need to stop stigmatizing mental health, and I hope that openly writing about it will inspire just one person to do the same.

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