Modern medicine, conventional medicine, allopathic medicine has many names, but little science. What should it be called? Bureaucratic Medicine
Gardening is not just fun anymore, but a valid therapeutic modality. There is solid evidence proving that garden therapy can have a profound beneficial impact in stress-related conditions, improve sleep quality, elevate mood, reduce pain and medication.
In a day and age like ours, bouts of stress and anxiety are expected to occur at least occasionally during the course of daily life. In fact, if the experience is completely alien to you, you may not be paying attention to what's going on in the world around us -- or, you are enlightened and should be congratulated.
When you breathe correctly, you pump cerebrospinal fluid into the brain to reduce stress and cure anxiety
Clinical research has proven that an ancient Ayurveda remedy for anxiety outperforms the benzodiazepine drug Clonazepamin in relieving severe anxiety disorder.
According to the World Bank about three quarters of people on the planet now use a cell phone. So cell phones are a big deal now for pretty much everybody
When you know you're in for a stressful day, snacking on a few walnuts may be just the thing to help you handle the pressure.
Ever wondered what kinds of consequences marital arguments might have upon children? New research reveals that stress in the home and depression among parents and caregivers may very well cause or exacerbate asthma in children.
You've probably heard about the health benefits of yoga, but did you know there is an ancient practice called the "mother of all yogas" that can reverse symptoms of anxiety and stress in as little as three minutes?
Stress: Is it real or imagined?
Conventional allopathic medicine can no longer ignore that the body and mind are inextricably intertwined. Research reveals the mosaic of autoimmune diseases linked to stress and natural solutions to restore immune homeostasis
There are many things that drive cancer. Poor diet, chemical and radiation exposures, and certain infections, figure prominently in the process. Stress, however, is a major contributing factor that is often ignored.
New research, however, sheds light on how stress hormones make cancer cell resistant to multiple treatments.