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Blog: Can Saw Palmetto Help Stop Your Hair Loss?

A brief perusal of hair loss websites will yield dozens of advertisements promising miracle cures for hair loss. It’s no wonder that hair loss products are so popular: half of all women experience hair loss during their lives, with 65% of men experiencing hair loss by the age of 60, and 80% experiencing hair loss by […]

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Blog: Relaxation Techniques

Whether you struggle with chronic anxiety, panic attacks, or simply the stress of everyday life, it’s easy to feel like you’re going crazy when anxiety rears its ugly head. Anxiety can feel as though it’s taking over your entire self, interfering with your ability to make decisions, manage your daily life, or even speak.  Try these relaxation […]

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Blog: Understanding Insomnia

Most people deal with sleepless nights from time to time. Whether it’s a big presentation at work keeping you up or the more mundane stress of managing your kids, pets, and household, it’s normal to struggle to sleep every now and again. When sleep problems persist, however, occurring night after night and week after week, it’s […]

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Blog: Understanding Alopecia

Hair. It’s more than just something that grows out of our scalp. It is a source of pride, a standard by which beauty is judged, a way to stand out, and a way to be identified. It’s no wonder, then, that hair loss—medically known as alopecia—is so distressing for those who experience it. Successful treatment of alopecia depends upon its cause, as […]

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Blog: Healthy Holiday Feast Relief Tips

Many people spend much of the next two months navigating from dining table to dining table enjoy feast after feast with family, friends and co-workers. Turkeys, Roasts and Ham, with all the fixings, saving barely enough room for your favorite piece of pie leaves your belly and body satiated but exhausted. However maintaining ones diet […]

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Blog: Understanding Cold Sores

Do You Suffer from Cold Sores? If so, you’re not alone! In the US, about 50 percent to 80 percent of adults experience cold sores, and, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 90 percent of adults have been exposed to the virus that causes cold sores by the age of 50. What Causes […]

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Blog: What is ADHD

What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Attention deficit is categorized primarily in two ways: 1. ’Predominately inattentive’ (formerly called attention deficit disorder, ADD), characterized by a deficit of sustained attention or inattentive concentration, with little-to-no hyperactivity or impulsiveness; and, 2. ’Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder’ (ADHD), which displays problems with attentional and inhibitory control functions, leading […]

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Blog: Anxiety and Stress – How they effect your body

Anxiety & Stress Whether it’s a health concern, relationship or family issue, financial worries, or work problems — stress happens, and with it can come anxiety as we seek answers and solutions to these events. Anxiety can serve a useful purpose in helping us to focus upon the issue at hand, and thoroughly review all […]

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Blog: Understanding Arthritis

What is Arthritis? Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and surrounding joint structures (‘arthr’ denotes joint; ‘itis’ denotes inflammation). There are over 100 different types of arthritis, with osteoarthritis being the most common form. Osteoarthritis is primarily a result of wear-and-tear due to aging, injuries, and repetitive or excess use, and affects up to […]

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Blog: Going back to school doesn’t have to be hard

Preparing kids for back to school early can often times be a great way to start and maintain healthy habits that can set the pace for the rest of the year.  Natural Wellbeing can help make going back to school a little healthier, happier, and peaceful. Building healthy sleeping patterns before school starts can be […]

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