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Acupuncture Cures Sleep Apnea

Acupuncture Cures Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a disorder that can seriously impact your health and quality of life given the fact you need peaceful sleep. Acupuncture for sleep apnea is one treatment.Acupuncture and Sleep Apne...

8 Natural Remedies Available at Home

8 Natural Remedies Available at Home

It is given that many fruits and vegetables contain vitamins and nutrients that are needed by the body, but there are some other foods out there that could relieve the most common daily problems, such as rashes and hiccups. And what’s great about them is that they are readily available at home. You know what these foods are? There are actually plenty of them, but we’ve listed seven below. 1. Aloe Vera Gel If you accidentally burnt yourself touching the cookie pans, grab some aloe vera gel and apply it to the affected area. The gel effectively soothes the inflammation and creates a new layer of skin that protects the burn from the air, which may potentially cause irritation. 2 Coconut Oil For your chapped lips, coconut oil is...


5 Plants To Keep In Your Bedroom To Help You Sleep Better!

Are you unable to sleep well? Let’s try and change the air of your bedroom. These five plants would help you get a peaceful sleep tonight 1. Aloe VeraAn indoor plant which is easy to keep alive, aloe vera has shown to emit oxygen at night, and may help you combat insomnia and overall quality of sleep.2. Lavender PlantLavender has shown to help you reduce anxiety and stress, slows your heart rate, and may even improve sleep in babies. 3. Jasmine PlantJasmine’s smell has been shown to improve the quality of your sleep and increases your alertness and productivity. This plant may also help to reduce anxiety. 4. English Ivy Plant English ivy is easy to grow and is the best air purifier of all. It may be beneficial for...

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Top Best 7 Herbal Teas To Help You Sleep Well {Infographic}

Most people with a busy work and life schedule will have a hard time getting sleep, and this is because of the anxiety and stress that comes with all the pressures of life.Although there are many things that you can do to help you sleep well, herbal teas have been proven to be the most efficient and they also have many other health benefits.Half a cup or one cup of tea before bed helps in relaxation ensures that the body is:Hydrated boosts your immunity Clears waste (detoxification) Aids in digestionThere are many other benefits of tea but to enjoy them you have to know which teas are the most effective.To help you with this here are the 7 best herbal teas to help you sleep well...


Stop Fatigue, Insomnia, & Snoring In 3 Minutes

[embed]https://youtu.be/QAf8Elez6bg[/embed] By Dr. MercolaIt is my intention to share the simplest, most inexpensive yet effective natural strategies to help you optimize your health, and it doesn't get any simpler or more affordable than learning to breathe properly.The Buteyko Breathing Method—named after the Russian physician who developed the technique—is a powerful approach for reversing health problems associated with improper breathing, the most common of which are over breathing and mouth breathing.When you stop mouth breathing and learn to bring your breathing volume toward normal, you have better oxygenation of your tissues and organs, including your brain.Factors of modern life, including stress, processed foods, the belief that it is good to take big breaths, and lack of exercise, all increase your everyday breathing.Typical characteristics of over breathing include...


Lack of Enough Sleep Results in Consumption of More Calories and Diet Imbalance

Published in the Huffington Post It turns out that when you fail to get enough sleep, you are likely to consume more calories the next day. The study was published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition by researchers from London King’s College, and it involved a comprehensive analysis of 11 different studies involving 172 participants. The purpose of the study was to compare how sleep deprivation, or the lack of it, affected calorie consumption over the next 24 hours.The rest deprived individuals in the study spent between three and a half hours and five hours in bed, while the control group spent between 7 and 12 hours in bed.On average, people who did not get enough sleep ended up consuming 385 more calories than normal. The...