Omega-3s and Anxiety
Adrienne York-Minor | June 15, 2019

Anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges have grown to epidemic levels worldwide. But they’re more prevalent in the US than in any other country in the world. Both genetics and environmental factors undoubtedly are involved in this complicated issue, but the modern Western diet is another big factor. Elements of this diet not only […]

Social contact prevents chronic loneliness during the holidays
Lily Moran | December 08, 2018

If you’re looking for a wonderful gift for someone special just look in the mirror. It’s your own good self. The holidays can be a challenging time for those living alone. Especially while most of the world sings about sharing, family, and friends. But here are a few simple ways to kick the blues, increase your social interaction and give your “feel good” hormones a natural boost.

Alternatives to Medications that Cause Depression
Lily Moran | December 06, 2018

The United States is a very medicated nation. While these medications may be helping you physically, there’s a good chance that they are also hurting you mentally. A recent landmark study showed that 1 in 3 adults takes a medication linked to depression. That’s more than 82 million people—and that number is growing. Learn if you’re taking one of these potentially harmful medications and the natural solutions available to help you taper off or discontinue them altogether.

Magnolia Bark’s Health Benefits for Sleep, Anxiety, and More
Lily Moran | November 15, 2018

Asian art is rich with images of a tranquil, natural world. Clear spring waters and blossoming trees, none as lovely as the beautiful magnolia. Imagine gazing on these images as you lie down for sleep, like a lullaby for your eyes. We now know that the sweet magnolia tree gives us a natural, herbal “lullaby” that really can help you into a deep, restful sleep. Read on and learn the sleepy secrets contained in this tranquil-looking tree.

Finding Mental Health Help
Lily Moran | October 18, 2018

According to the CDC, about 50% of Americans will experience a mental illness or disorder in their lifetime. Yet, there’s still a heavy stigma associated with mental illness that has long prevented millions of people from seeking and receiving mental health help. Learn how to find the help you need.