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The Importance of Zinc to the Immune System

Posted On Jan 12, 2021

Zinc is quite the powerful mineral to the human body. Some of the functions zinc facilitates in the body are protein synthesis, wound healing, DNA synthesis, cell division, normal growth, and your sense of taste and smell.1 Another huge need for zinc is proper immune function, which we’ll be focusing on in this blog. The…

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Dr. Wilson’s Tips for Making it Through Lockdown

Posted On Jan 05, 2021

Dr. Wilson’s mantra for living life well, factoring in what he’s learned from the pandemic lockdown My mantra is “’AUM’ (aka ‘OM’).” Although it is known as the universal sound, or the original sound, to me it is my sound. It is my homing signal. It is my grounding note. Everyone’s AUM is unique. Your…

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Reducing the Stress of Family Gatherings

Posted On Dec 15, 2020

The ongoing pandemic has changed or eliminated many of our holiday plans. That could add even more stress and dread to an already stress-laden holiday season. For those of us still planning to meet with small groups of family during the holidays, here’s how to we deal with the stress of these gatherings. Causes of…

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Taking the Stress Out of Gift Giving

Posted On Dec 08, 2020

Does the thought of Christmas shopping give you a sense of dread? Do you find yourself stressing out over what to get who, and what you can afford? If so, take a deep breath, read on and realize you are not alone. In this blog we’re going to provide an understanding of this type of…

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Get to Know Your Adrenal Glands

Posted On Nov 23, 2020

The last, but certainly not least, part in our Get to Know Your HPA Axis series is the adrenal glands (we previously covered the hypothalamus and pituitary). If you’ve ever experienced stress or adrenal fatigue, you certainly know about the adrenal glands. But just how much do you know about the ‘glands of stress?’ Location…

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Get to Know Your Pituitary Gland

Posted On Nov 17, 2020

Now that we’ve discussed the hypothalamus, let’s move on to the pituitary gland. The pituitary is also quite small (about the size of a pea) but controls most of the glands in the endocrine system, earning the nickname “the master gland.” How can something so small be so powerful? Let’s find out! Location of the…

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Get to Know Your Hypothalamus Gland

Posted On Nov 11, 2020

Your hypothalamus gland is about the size of an almond, but you wouldn’t know it from the big responsibilities it has. For starters, this small but mighty gland is part of the HPA axis, which controls the body’s stress response system. If you experience stress (in other words, if you’re human), you’ll want to know…

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Is Stress the Cause of your Increased Inflammation?

Posted On Oct 27, 2020

Is stress the ultimate blessing and curse combination? On one hand stress can inspire us, push us to accomplish things we believe ourselves uncapable of, and survive a life or death situation. On the other hand, stress can be debilitating and harmful to our wellbeing. But how exactly does stress lead to sickness? The main…

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Discover the Power of Journaling to Help Stress and Anxiety

Posted On Oct 21, 2020

Various aspects of each of our lives comes with different stressors. For teenagers, this may mean stress due to the anxiety of making new friends, peer pressure, and deadlines for schoolwork. Adults often struggle with the stress of unpaid bills, toxic colleagues, destructive relationships and marriages, and unemployment. Older individuals may have to deal with…

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The Power of Saying No

Posted On Oct 14, 2020

The word “yes” can be a powerful and uplifting tool that can help not only ourselves but others as well. Saying yes can give us courage and even support healthy risk-taking. But while “no” is often seen as a negative statement, it’s benefits shouldn’t be underestimated. Negativity is a persistent attitude and “no” is a…

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