By Emily Roberts MA, LPC
There is a tremendous amount of research that shows how mindfulness is helpful for children and many adults. Mindfulness is paramount in helping children and adults relax get get in their bodies. It has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety as well as help support the Central Nervous System. It doesn’t have to be a daily mediation or yoga practice, but a few mindful minutes a day can help you and your child get calm and focused. » Read more..
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There are apps for everything these days. This includes helping your child calm down and learn skills to improve their behavior or manage intense emotions. Sometimes a little help is at the tip of our fingers, and can help you child better fast. Here are five apps to download now to help your child through his or her day or alleviate some of life’s stressful moments. » Read more..
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If you are a parent you need to get your hands on these new books. We love these three powerful books you and your family can benefit from. Bloom Parenting, Express Yourself and the Mindful Teen are remarkable reads to help you and your children feel their best. We are proud to be apart of Bloom parenting and our therapist Emily Roberts wrote Express Yourself. These books will changes lives so get your hands on them before they sell out! » Read more..
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New research shows that when you embrace stress you may actually improve your health. Embracing stress means that you are more aware of how others and events impact your life, which ideally leads to change. Most people are so stuck in day-to-day patterns they don’t see the big picture: the people we spend time with can also be causing us major stress and hurting our health. » Read more..
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Everyone experiences some stress in their life and know very little about the ramifications. A little stress is good for you—it’s necessary keep you alert and alive. Unrelenting crisis, chronic stress and the never-ending sagas that keep you up at night and your stomach in knots, damage your brain and body. Stress makes you tired, fatigued and foggy. Your brain doesn’t work like it should and your body is in a chronic state of exhaustion. The effects are nothing short of deadly. Effects of chronic stress are linked to heart disease, depression, cancer and other mental and physical ailments. There are natural ways to reduce stress in your life and the lives of your family. » Read more..
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It is very likely that you are not getting enough vitamin D. New research indicates that vitamin D has been grossly underestimated by the medical community. Calculations by researchers at UC San Diego and Creighton University have challenged the intake of vitamin D recommended by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and Institute of Medicine (IOM), stating that the doses specified by the IOM are only about one-tenth those needed to cut incidence of diseases related to vitamin D deficiency. Most American’s are not getting enough vitamin D. » Read more..
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When you think of the word wellness, sleep may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Sure, “diet”, “organic”, maybe even “exercise” are obvious wellness words but what about sleep? For any wellness goal to be achieved you need the foundation of a good night’s sleep. Springing forward may feel subtle, but it’s one to two hours of extra shuteye is imperative to our cognitive functioning and brain chemistry. » Read more..
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By Emily Roberts MA, LPC
A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that being hungry can cause extreme mood swings and less impulse control in many people. The study found that spouses are more likely to have arguments and marital dissatisfaction when they are feeling hangry—a term for the angry feeling that comes on when someone is feeling hungry. » Read more..
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Additives seems to be in everything we eat these days. Many of the foods that we think are healthy contain additives that can actually be extreemly unhealthy, espeically to your gut. Food additives called emulsifiers may keep snacks fresh and looking like their label but they can impact gut health. According to the research, these additives disrupt the intestine’s protection from bacteria and boost inflammation in mice, scientists report online February 25 in Nature. » Read more..
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