There are different classifications and levels of severity for bipolar disorder. It can be debilitating and isolating, and unfortunately, even appropriate medication can cause side effects and potentially alter one’s personality. There has been a lot of research done on the effect of diet and vitamins on bipolar disorder, but is there a natural cure for bipolar?
Have cold and clamy hands all the time? Have disgusting sweat marks on your shirts and sweaters all the time? Embarrassed to shake someone’s hand with your wet and slimy hands? Want to stop excessive sweating? Let’s look at a few solutions for sweaty palms and feet (Hyperhidrosis).
Chamomile and lavender are two unique flowers, both valued for their calming and relaxing effects on the human body and mind. Lavender tends to reach the mind/body channel through the olfactories, while chamomile is less pungent and is typically ingested or used topically. However, both flowers are used in a variety of different ways: tisanes, creams, oils, perfumes, and in cooking.
As a little plant with a Latin name as compelling as Piper methysticum, or “intoxicating pepper,” kava kava certainly has a reputation. There are many questions, opinions, and misconceptions about this mystical root from the South Pacific – so let’s begin to clear them up and sort them out.
A recent study by the National Institute of Mental Health showed that Americans are losing billions of dollars each year because of mental health issues. In fact, mental disorders, which can range from social anxieties to mood problems, are the number one cause of disability in the United States and Canada.
Although depression is generally not a preventable condition, lifestyle can play a significant part in its development. Making changes now can offer long-term benefits to your mental health. Here are some helpful hints that may assist you in keeping depression at bay.