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What's your Cup of Tea?

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 11/28/2017 to Stress Management

Tea has been around for centuries, but seems to be on the rise these past few years.  From green to black to herbal tea, there is a type of tea for everyone! All teas provide health benefits, but each has their own way of nourishing the body.  I personally love to switch up my teas daily, depending on my body’s needs. Let’s take a look at the different kinds of tea:

Hot vs. Cold Showers

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 10/10/2017 to Stress Management
Hot vs. Cold Showers
Showers are an important part of our daily routine. Whether you prefer a hot shower to wind down or a cold shower to wake you up, both temperatures affect our health. Depending on your body’s needs, you may want to change up the temperature every now and then to reap the different benefits!

The Yoga Mudras and Benefits

Posted by Lorena Saavedra Smith on 5/9/2017 to Stress Management

Mudras are known as sacred gesture realized with the hands and that are able to lead to different states of consciousness.

Mudras are usually done with the hands, but there are also mudras that are made with the eyes, the body (asanas) or through breathing techniques (pranayamas). The origin of the mudras is a mystery, we can find mudras in different traditions of the world as in Hindu, Buddhist, Christian and in many ancient cultures are represented in statues and paintings...

Friday’s Feature: Procera XTF

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 11/25/2016 to Stress Management

Procera XTF is a nutritional supplement that provides a boost in energy and mental clarity. It helps nourish depleted neurotransmitters and provides antioxidant protection for improved cognitive performance...

Friday's Feature - New Chapter's Holy Basil

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 11/4/2016 to Stress Management

Holy basil, also known as Tulsi, is an herb native to tropical Asia. It’s been grown in India for over 3,000 years and has been used in medicinal practices such as Ayurveda, Greek and Siddha. It’s a member of the mint/Labiantae family and is known for its anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties.

July 4th Pet Safety

Posted by Heather Gallman on 6/30/2016 to Stress Management

Feature Friday - Organic India’s Ashwagandha

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 6/10/2016 to Stress Management

Organic India was originated in the 1990s in northern India, where a group of people from all over the world set out on a mission to create new opportunities in the agriculture industry...

Friday's feature: Solus: For Healthy Sleep, Naturally

Posted by Marianne Kelly on 2/12/2016 to Stress Management

Solus contains the natural relaxation aids melatonin, triptophan, valerian and 5-htp.  From my experience with Solus, I found it to be a light sleep aid that will not keep you groggy in the morning.

Guided Meditation

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 2/10/2016 to Stress Management

 Heather, Marianne and I attended a guided meditation class instructed by Lorena at Hanaq Prana Yoga Studio. Like with every class, the lights were off, we rolled out our mat and this time we sat on bolsters against the wall.

Spring's Best Gardening Schedule

Posted by Vitamin Discount Center on 6/4/2015 to Stress Management

Whether you are a gardening guru or a first time planter, we have braved the worst of April showers in hopes to bring you some May flowers and more. With spring in the air it is time to start planting your garden. Gardening is great for stress relief, building better mental health and a terrific way to improve your overall physical well-being. There are so many positive benefits to gardening and all you have to do is harvest them....

Making a List, and Checking it Twice: Making Stressful Holidays Nice!

Posted by Vitamin Discount Center on 12/25/2014 to Stress Management

The holidays are meant to be a wonderful time of year that provide time for rest and relaxation. It seems ironic, but studies show ninety percent of Americans feel the holidays bring extra stress upon their lives.