Here are 5 quick energy and pain-relief tips that can help those of you who are over 45 feel great!
- January 1st, 2015
Oftentimes, we reach for a go-to over-the-counter (OTC) medication to cure all ailments: from headaches to joint pain to a runny nose. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that these OTC pills (as well as prescription drugs) provide a lot of medication to the body—often more than the amount actually needed to dull the pain.An Informed Choice for a Healthier OutcomeBy Aristotle Economou, DC, LAc
- September 1st, 2014
Pain can last a moment, or it can last for months. The sensations we feel associated with pain can be sharp or dull, burning or stabbing; maybe it’s a constant, aggravating soreness. Pain affects the body in vulnerable, often overworked places such as the joints, muscles, bones, and even the nerves.Combine the Traditions of the East With the Modern Knowledge of the WestBy Dan Chapman
- January 1st, 2014
Hot herbal compresses have a long history of use in Thailand and other parts of Southeast Asia. The earliest written records in Thailand are from the 14th century, when Siamese soldiers returning from battle were treated with compresses to ease their mental states and relax their bodies.The healing power of Thai herbal compressesBy Bob Haddad, RTT
- November 1st, 2013
Arthritis has been with us forever, it seems. It’s a disease you may remember your grandparents complaining of (or, more likely, bearing in silence). It’s nothing exotic or rare, just the accumulation of wear on joints.
Or so we thought. New discoveries, however, are undermining some of what we once took for granted about this all-too-common debilitating condition.By Adam Swenson & Amy Vergin
- September 1st, 2012
Many people associate massages with vacations or spas, and consider them something of a luxury. But research is beginning to suggest this ancient form of hands-on healing may be more than an indulgence—it may actually improve your health.