An often overlooked solution, detoxing could help with various maladies. Here are several ways your body is communicating that need to do a detox.
A new study shows that moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea is independently associated with an increased risk of stroke, cancer, and death.
After various lab testing, scientists now agree that lavender and rosemary essential oils can alleviate depression and improve intellectual performance.
Exercise can help you fight depression no matter who you are. Here are 4 reasons that exercise helps to keep you not just healthy, but happy.
A new study shows that serious mental illness is just as bad for our health as heavy smoking – sometimes taking an entire decade off our lifespan.
An extensive review compiled the ‘best research’ on turmeric and outlined the proven benefits of this ancient spice. Turmeric is truly a miraculous healer.
As research unveils the dangers of wheat, the food is vilified more and more each day. Well, one study suggests wheat may be to blame for depression.
Have feelings of sadness and depression? There are several foods and herbs that can provide relief from depression without the costs – here are 4 of them.
A study indicates that turmeric can protect the brain from age-related brain dysfunctions, including stroke, dementia, and neurodegenerative disease.
Three studies, two in the USA and one in Finland, have shown that individuals who are vitamin D3 deficient are at an increased risk of stroke.
Research has found that psilocybin, a compound in psychedelic mushrooms, can help grow and repair new brain cells, helping to eradicate mental illness.
There are countless reasons for feeling unhappy and less than satisfied with your life. Here are 5 ways to boost your overall happiness.
It’s true that the chamomile plant is great for promoting relaxation and deep sleep, but it’s also useful in fighting anxiety, depression, and even cancer.
New research from Loyola University in Chicago reveals once again that low vitamin D levels could lead to depression, chronic pain, and other symptoms.
In a major paradigm shift, British doctors have now begun prescribing books for depression instead of suicide-linked antidepressants.
Studies have shown that the psychadelic magic mushroom compound psilocybin may have medicinal value in treating depression and raising spiritual awareness.
Numerous studies have shown that vitamin D3 is able to improve mood and vanquish depression – something that is essential during the dark, winter months.