Like many women going through menopause, Deborah Diamond was struggling to get a good night’s sleep. Hot flashes woke her in the middle of the night, and she often struggled to get back to sleep. “I looked into all kinds of sleep remedies, short of taking hormones or prescription medications,” she said.
Don't let the politics of the season make you ill. Take the higher road to become more spiritually aware and active. The results can be better health as well as being more politically astute.
How this writer sought a spiritual solution and has been free from the flu ever since.
Encouragement and kindheartedness foster well being not only in recipients, but in contributors as well!
Any drummers in the house? "Researchers studying the effects of drumming acknowledge that an involvement with stimulating rhythms supplies us with health benefits." This article explores how audible patterns that enrich us echo a deeper, spiritual lilt that has a divine origin.
“None of us in science and medicine have the answers we tell you we have,” said Betsy Nabel, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a professor at Harvard Medical School. “Despite all of our knowledge, we humans are desperately in the dark about how most things work.”
When is a walk in the park more than just a walk in the park? How appreciating the beauty of nature and the divine order of life can be a spiritually transformative experience that improves health.
This month is National Suicide Prevention Month. Anyone struggling with suicidal thoughts, or who knows someone who is, can do something about it, today. In the United States, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-8255.
Despite an anti-religion sentiment held by some, could a greater appreciation of spiritual discoveries and values be taking place?
Showing the mental nature of health, a series of studies from around the world has shown that if you believe something could make you ill, it might well do just that.
Ever think of old age as being an Olympic sport? The writer gives some helpful tips to rethink the aging process.
"If there is one thing my spiritual/religious life has taught me, it is that I can take charge of how I respond to the people and events of my experience."
To those who may suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorders, social anxiety, stress, or panic attacks, help is available!
Are alternative health approaches one answer to adverse drug reactions(ADR) in America?
Forget Murphy's Law and give your consent to living a life grounded by spiritual, guiding principles. Doing so can help supersede health uncertainties.