How I Survived A Seven-Day Juice Cleanse

Juice cleanses may seem like a fad, but they can be an excellent way to jump-start yourself into healthier eating habits, increase your energy, and even reverse some health issues. I just completed a seven-day juice cleanse, so take it from me.

The Fish Oil Phenomenon

Imagine a single supplement that could reduce depression, improve heart health, improve your brain function, improve eyesight, lead to healthier skin and nails, and even improve fertility. It sounds too good to be true, yet that supplement exists.

Acupuncture: Needles For Pain Relief

Acupuncture is a form of ancient Chinese medicine used to treat everything from pain to anxiety and depression. Although it's unclear why it works, multiple studies have supported that acupuncture does, in fact, help to relieve many types of pain.

Easing Pain With Myofascial Release

Fascia is the thin fiber that surrounds and protects the bones and organs. When this fiber becomes damaged or tightened it can cause pain throughout the body.

Don’t Shrug Off Your Sensitivities–Especially Where Your Stomach Is Concerned

Just because a food doesn't leave you wheezing and gasping for breath doesn't mean it's not causing you problems. Here are seven signs that a food sensitivity is doing you more harm than you realize.

Why Do Some People Need More Sleep Than Others?

Why is it that some people can get by on just four hours of sleep a night and others need at least 10? Varying needs for sleep are likely genetic and approximately 2 percent of the population need at least 10 hours of sleep to get by.

Sleep Paralysis: Not as Scary As You Think

Have you ever woken up to find that you couldn't move? If so, you aren't alone. It's called sleep paralysis and it's actually quite common.

I’m an Adult with Night Terrors

The parent of a small child is often awakened by their child screaming out from a night terror. It's more uncommon for a husband or wife to wake up to their spouse screaming bloody murder, only to find said spouse still asleep.

Julie Ryan