Meditation can help clear your mind or promote good sleep. But did you know that guided imagery, a form of “guided meditation,” can be used as an effective form of stress management?
Scientists have understood for some time that Alzheimer’s is associated with a build-up of amyloid plaques in the brain. Amyloid plaques are a sticky build-up which accumulates on the outside of neurons, or nerve cells.
Omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA are polyunsaturated fats known to be responsible for most of the brain and mental health benefits of fish oil, a widely known over-the-counter supplement extracted from fatty fish such as anchovies, mackerel, salmon, and sardines. These two omega-3s are believed to have the most potential to benefit people with mental health conditions.
The use of milk thistle as a herbal medicine has a history dating back over 2,000 years. Native to the Mediterranean region but now found throughout the world, milk thistle is one of the most researched plants for liver cleansing and support – but it is so much more.
Naturalnews.comdid a great job putting together some rock solid evidence supporting what you hear at InVision Chiropractic. Vitamin D is an “essential” for day to day living. Ask us about our Vit D/Magnesium strategy for better rest while you sleep.
Sleep and rest (deep sleep) are essential for repairing your body and maintaining your immune system. With the Flu “season” upon us, help protect yourself and your family with good quality sleep and rest!
This article from Naturalnews.com brings out some sensible information for us all. Vitamin D is an inexpensive supplement that has a wide range of influence for our minds and bodies. It is also proving to be an essential component to the life and wellbeing of not only this generation, but generations to come.
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This information blends perfectly into the importance of our “InVest in What Matters” program. I would add that to get better sleep, focus on improving the “calming” side of your nervous system, instead of just reducing the “reactive” side.