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How to Tell the Difference Between a Cold and the Flu

Have you woken up sneezing and coughing? Do you feel feverish? Do your muscles ache? It’s not uncommon for people to come down with a cold or the flu when seasons change. However, the dramatic change in temperature isn’t the direct reason for these illnesses. Studies show that the two main agents of the common…

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How to Fight the Common Triggers of Fall Allergies

The most common triggers of seasonal allergies are grass, mold, and pollen. And because these are most common during the spring, you may think that allergy season is over now that it’s fall. Unfortunately, fall also comes with its culprits for fall allergies. Now that the leaves are falling and the air is cooling, there…

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Asthma Explained

Before you can understand what asthma is, you need to understand how the airways work. The airways are the tubes that carry air into and out of your lungs. Asthma is chronic lung disease that causes these airways to inflame and narrow. The muscles around the airways tighten causing the airways to become narrower, causing…

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The Respiratory Benefits of Steam Sauna Therapy

Image Credit If you’ve ever inhaled the steam from your coffee and enjoyed how much the shot of hot air made you feel, sauna therapy is similar — just on a more grandiose scale. Steam is something that is used in homeopathic medicine to deal with a variety of respiratory ailments. Ever taken a hot…

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Breathe Better: Anxiety and the Benefits of the Buteyko Method

Image Credit It may be hard to imagine, but it’s likely that you aren’t breathing correctly. As wild as that may sound, it’s true — breathing is something that our body is trained to do, but it may not be trained correctly. If you have breathing issues, like asthma, you may be trained to take…

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CapnoTrainer® Biofeedback Technology

Assessment and Education for dysfunctional breathing patterns using cutting edge biofeedback technology                 Do you have hidden hyperventilation– and imbalance of CO2 and O2 resulting in poor oxygenation? Do your dysfunctional Breathing be at the root of your Sleep Disorder? Find out quickly and easily with Capnograph “CapnoTrainer”–…

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Managing Your Skin Conditions with Salt Therapy

Image Credit Skin conditions are something that can affect all of us at different points in our life. From teenage acne to chronic skin conditions like eczema, skin irritations and disorders are much more common than you may think. What seems to be uncommon, however, is a succinct way to treat these conditions. The Rock…

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How Athletes Can Perform and Recover Faster with Floatation Therapy

Image Credit We’ve discussed previously how much flotation therapy can benefit you when it comes to your mental and physical well-being…but that’s under the assumption that you’re the average person who is under the average physical strain on a day to day basis. But what if you’re someone who has a lot more physical strain…

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The Medicinal Effects of Himalayan Salt Walls

We know that salt is necessary for our bodies to function properly, and we’ve also discussed how bathing in magnesium-filled Epsom salt can benefit our health. In both of these examples, the salt is entering the body in a pretty direct way, whether it’s being ingested or absorbed through our skin via contact with water.…

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The Healing Powers of Magnesium Salt Absorption

Image Credit Salt is in almost everything we ingest into our bodies. We need it to live and comes out in the saline in our tears. We sweat out salt every day. It’s a nutrient that’s essential to our bodies when it exists naturally…so are other forms of salt also good for our bodies? In…

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