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Napping is an incredible way to boost our health and productivity. Among its many benefits, science has shown that it can enhance our mood, performance, memory and creativity. However, not all naps are created equal. To help you get the most out of your nap (and avoid that unpleasant groggy feeling), Art of Wellbeing has created this 7 step infographic.
Wild lettuce leaf is a relaxing herb that is often used to calm nerves, ease anxiety and restless and to help those with insomnia. It is also known as a pain reliever which can help with things like arthritis. Wild Lettuce Leaf was often used among Native Americans in religious ritual as an aid in seeking meditative trances and visions, and to create more vivid dreams. Wild Lettuce Leaf | Herbal Medicine | Natural Remedies www.theancientsage.com
Do you suffer from excess weight, joint pain, headaches, acne, food allergies, depression, insomnia, or fatigue? If so, your body is probably out of balance and has a toxic overload. Your weight gain and belly fat can be linked to toxins in your liver. The liver has two important functions. It not only detoxifies your blood, but also metabolizes fat. When the liver becomes overworked and fatty, we begin gaining weight and experience other health issues.
You can forget all about those sleepless nights, turning in bed and trying to get some sleep. And you can stop taking sleeping pills because they are not good for you. Learn how to fall asleep in less than 10 minutes with this eastern Chinese technique. Sleep is very important for everybody, because a person who doesn’t have a good night sleep wouldn’t do his daily routines like is supposed to. Sometimes, insomnia only lasts a few days and goes away on its own, especially when the insomnia i...
Hemp is one of the world’s oldest sources of food and medicine, with a history that dates back 10,000 years. It relieves glaucoma, epilepsy, migraines, insomnia, asthma, the nausea associated with AIDS and chemotherapy, and a host of other conditions. It was once a staple in every American medicine cabinet. By Guest Writer Yolanda Bertaud