Ayurveda Infographic

Health, Infographics
Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda) is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. It originated in India more than 3,000 years ago and remains one of the country’s traditional health care systems. Its concepts about health and disease promote the use of herbal compounds, special diets, and other unique health practices. India’s government and other institutes throughout the world support clinical and laboratory research on Ayurvedic medicine, within the context of the Eastern belief system. But Ayurvedic medicine isn’t widely studied as part of conventional (Western) medicine. The below infographic displays a broad overview of Ayurveda... [caption id="attachment_1684" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Ayurveda[/caption] You will find a lot more information about Ayurveda in our comprehensive Ayurveda Guide that can be found HERE Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Infographics…
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Alternative Medicines and Therapies

Receive Our Free 'Alternative Medicines & Therapies' Report! Discover Many Healthy Options for You and Your Family! You'll be given a list of many popular alternative treatments! Discover how acupressure works to balance your 'Yin and Yang'. Learn how electromagnetic therapy and other therapies help with your health and healing! Do you use herbal medicines? This is a very popular alternative medicine! You'll also learn about hypnosis therapy, reiki, tai chi and more! Alternative therapies can bring your body into total health and wellness, starting today! Take Action and Subscribe Today! This Is A Limited Time Offer! Fill in your name and email below, so we know where to send you your free gift! Subscribe to our mailing list * indicates required Email Address * First Name *
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Develop A Positive Mindset

Mindset, Positivity
Negativity can discourage us, add to our stress, put strain on our relationship, make us less productive, and reduce our overall happiness. Positivity on the other hand has many benefits across our lives in terms of our health, relationships, and careers. But, how do you become more positive? Is it really that simple? Here are four key steps to help you to develop a more positive mindset: 1. Keep a thought journal If you have a negative internal dialogue constantly keeping you down, you need to take action to banish these thoughts. If you have difficulty identifying this negativity within your own mine, a simple first action can be keeping a thought journal. Write down a random sample of thoughts you say in your own mind about yourself, events, people…
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Improve Your Sleep Naturally

Health, Mental Wellness, Natural Healing
Getting a good night’s sleep can be refreshing and rejuvenating. For millions, though, a good night’s sleep seems just out of reach. People of all ages across the globe suffer from occasional to chronic insomnia. Insomnia is a condition that interrupts your ability to fall asleep or stay asleep. If you are suffering from this sleep disturbance, you may be hesitant to turn to harsh medications to help you fall asleep. Here are 5 ways that you can help improve your sleep naturally. Eliminate Caffeine The morning cup of coffee seems to be a staple beverage for many people. However, caffeine is not just in coffee. Caffeine can be hiding in the cola you drink, the tea, and even some of the foods you eat. While eliminating caffeine out of…
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Natural Stress Relief Methods

Health, Mental Wellness, Natural Healing, Stress Management
Stress is everybody’s business. You could think you have it under control, but the truth is that stress has a way of creeping up on you, and causing drastic health repercussions. We live in a hectic world, one which requires our stress hormone, cortisol, to work overtime. However, this is far from the way this hormone was meant to act. The body’s stress reaction was supposed to be called into play when man’s survival was threatened, not when he or she was 5 minutes late to work. Today, regardless of what your stressor is, you need to find effective natural ways to reduce it. Do not rely on prescription meds, or consider them, as even though they may offer short term relief, they will make things worse very quickly. Try…
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Natural Remedies For Headaches

Health, Migraines, Natural Healing, Pain relief
Tension HeadachesHeadaches can be extremely painful. Often times they can leave you down for the count. If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from headaches on a regular basis, this article is for you. Before you decide to reach for the medicine cabinet, try these all natural remedies the next time you have a headache. Here are the best non-drug remedies for the three most common types of headaches. Of the three main types of headaches, tension headaches are the most common. With this type of headache the muscles contract and it feels like something is literally squeezing your head. The pain can run from one ear to the other and back around. Tension headaches are usually caused by a lack of sleep and/or stress. Natural…
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Health Benefits Of Turmeric

Diet, Health, Inflammation
Turmeric is a commonly used spice that originates from the Curcuma plant. We most likely know it for its spiciness and use in dishes such as curry. However, Turmeric has been extensively used within Chinese and Indian cultures, including as an anti-inflammatory. Turmeric is best consumed in its pure sense, rather than as a component of curry powder or other spices. However, the Western world has been slow to notice the health benefits of turmeric, though turmeric can provide many health benefits, some of which are outlined below. Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric has long been used for its anti-inflammatory properties in Eastern cultures; this helps the body to fight infection and repair itself. It is the oil that the turmeric provides that has the scientifically proven anti-inflammatory capabilities. Curcumin, the oil derived…
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Edible Flowers Are Good For Your Health

Health, Stress Management, Video
It’s no secret that flowers are incredibly versatile plants. They’re beautiful, can be used as ingredients in lotions and perfumes, work well in art, can be used for colors and pigments, and so much more. However, did you know that plenty of flowers are edible as well? That’s right—edible flowers and some weeds are a great way to get an extra kick of Vitamins A and C in your diet and can be grown in your own backyard. The petals and greens of some flowers and weeds can have wonderful effects on your health, and generations of people have been eating these edible treats for years. It is important to note that not all flowers are edible; in fact, some can be poisonous if consumed, so knowing which flowers you…
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How To Combat Fatigue

Fitness, Health, Yoga
We live in a society of tired and worn out people. Many people have desk jobs or sit around all day, which, while not using much actual energy, tends to make us feel zapped and more tired because physical movement begets energy. We run around from work to chores to home where we face more chores without the needed energy to accomplish these tasks. We spend weekends stuck to gaming systems, television screens and spend little time in the fresh air. We spend time wishing we had more energy. We take unhealthy shortcuts by downing Red Bull energy drinks to keep us going, not realizing that these drinks contain high amounts of sugar and caffeine that have landed many people in hospital emergency rooms. The energy drink industry, which nets…
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Natural Remedies For Depression

Health, Mental Wellness, Natural Healing, Positivity, Yoga
People experience periods of sadness, feeling out of sorts, a bit blue, detached and other variations of mood at different points during their life. Depression occurs when these feelings become a persistent state of being rather than a passing mood. Clinical depression can eventually affect a person's physical health and ability to perform regular daily activities. A depressed person may eventually experience suicidal thoughts and exhibit self-destructive tendencies if their depression remains untreated. Symptoms of depression can be mild to extreme and physical as well as mental: • Sadness • Irritability and anger; angry outbursts with little provocation • Unexplained aches and pains; headaches; backaches • Low energy; small tasks sap energy • Extreme weight gain or weight loss • Disengaged from daily activities especially ones previously enjoyed • Changed…
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