• Blog,  brain function,  Brain Health,  happiness,  Stress Management

    The Age of Distraction…What Is The Cost?

    Here’s a challenge: Can you read this article from beginning to end without being distracted? And how will any distractions affect your ultimate understanding of the subject? The answers might surprise you. We tend to think that distractions are a normal part of life, but it’s often a valuable exercise to take a step back and consider the impact of constant interruptions. Why is this important? Like most people, you have a lot to accomplish every day. You also have…

  • Blog,  Exercise,  gut health,  Healthy Hormones,  Nutrition,  Stress Management

    Men’s Health: 4 Common Concerns and How to Treat Them Naturally

    Not so shockingly, Men are less likely than women to visit a healthcare provider when they’re sick. And often they wait until a medical issue has become serious before they do anything about it. Some of this tendency may be that men are less likely to ask for help in general (hence their often-joked-about difficulty with asking for directions). And some of it may be that many men simply don’t like to talk much about health issues.  The reason most…

  • Blog,  Immune System,  Nutrition,  Sleep,  Stress Management

    Biohacking: Improve Your Well-being With Simple Health “Hacks”

    Learn to “Hack” Your Way to Better Health If you follow health-related news, you’ve probably come across the term “biohacking” recently. The word itself might sound intimidating to the average person, but the concepts behind biohacking are actually quite simple: The goal is to “hack” your body’s natural processes to improve your physical, emotional, and cellular health. Taken to extremes, biohacking’s “citizen science” approach can lead to unsupervised experiments outside of conventional research facilities. Extreme biohackers pursue activities such as…

  • Blog,  Energy Work,  Stress Management

    How to Quickly Reduce Stress

    Heading back to school (or even work after a nice vacation) can bring a unique set of stressors to everyone in the family.  One of the tools I use to ease the feeling of stress or overwhelmed is super simple and very quick. What you need to do is think about the energy around your body; just think about the space around you.  Then have the intention of this space/energy expanding out in all directions.  You are taking the bubble…