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Modern-day western medicine has brought many options of lifesaving measures. However, one of the pitfalls of western medicine is it represents a very cookie-cutter approach to health. This can translate to everyone's health is treated the same based on symptomology and diagnosis of a disease...

Our individual worlds may seem busy, stressful all the time, and just trying to set aside 15 minutes for yourself to practice some simple mindfulness can feel overwhelming. Maybe you even think that perhaps this is impossible. Here's how you can find even just a brief...

Many humans, like bears, may choose to hibernate during the winter months. Most do this for the purpose of rest and respite for body, mind, and soul. This year, hibernation began well before the winter. In fact, our global world has experienced hibernation, and for...

Homeopathy is a 200-year-old system of holistic medicine that treats illnesses with potent and highly diluted naturally active substances. Homeopathic remedies follow the principle that “like cures like.” This is where substances that cause disease symptoms in healthy humans are diluted down to safe levels...

Can Reiki Help Anxiety Sufferers Find Relief? Did you know that reiki is a Japanese relaxation and healing method? It can be very helpful for people who suffer from anxiety. Reiki can help in balancing and calming the mind. It’s worth a try. Here’s a deeper look at...

Have you ever had a concussion? When I was 23, I was riding a horse at a beautiful stable up in Brighton, Ontario. My husband Jeff and brother Barry were watching from a distance as I galloped around this beautiful property. Then it happened -...

Last week WellnessWrx published an article on the practice of mindful eating.  Shortly after this post was launched, I proceeded to eat an entire assortment pack of expired yogurt. Was it hypocritical? Yes. Was it foolish? Definitely.  But, as Nietzsche wrote, human all too human. Anyway,...

  Simply do something fun! If you find you need fun assist, follow these 7 steps. Recognize and become self-aware the moment you're thinking is in overdrive. Give yourself giggle time, have a chuckle with yourself that you're overthinking the overthinking. Distract yourself with happy feelgood...