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Stress-Busting Chinese Herb a Natural Anti-Depressant, Improves Cognition and Memory

The Chinese herb XingPiJieYu has been found to reduce the effects of chronic unpredictable stress, while also improving learning and memory, according to a recent study.

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  man-crying CROPPED.jpg   How To Do More Than Just Cope With Our Problems

Coping is what we have been doing since the beginning of time. We see the problems in front of us, and we “get through.” We find ways to tame the pain and manage the challenges. But what if we could do more than that? What if we could go beyond just coping, and actually find ways to embrace healing?

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20 Health Benefits of Fasting for Whole Body Wellness
Fasting has been recognised for its many health benefits dating back to Hippocrates. These benefits extend to everything from better weight management, improved cardiovascular health, healthier blood composition, and better cell recycling, among many others.

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Chinese Taoist ‘Bone Breathing’ Technique Rejuvenates the Blood, Bones and Immune System, and Reduces Stress
Back in 1983, renowned Taoist master Mantak Chia introduced to the West a practice which has revolutionised the way we view healing — bone breathing. One of the first students to learn the technique was a middle aged woman from Los Angeles, California, who was rapidly losing bone mass in her spine. Despite treatment from a range of specialists, her spine continued to deteriorate. She was told the eventual outcome of the disorder would be a full spinal collapse — leading to such severe damage of the nervous system that she would be paralysed and have her life cut short.

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Calm your anxiety and stress with these 10 natural herbs

Anxiety and other stress-related issues are on the rise. Anxiety disorders affect 40 million American adults, which is about one-fifth of the country's total population. Each year, millions of prescriptions are written for anti-anxiety drugs such as Valium, Xanax, and Tranxene (benzodiazepines). They are the most commonly prescribed medicines which account for almost one-third of the total mental health bill.

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10 lifestyle tips to boost immunity anyone can implement with ease

A depressed immune system lowers the body's ability to fight off all sorts of diseases, from the simple common cold to cancer. A body with a weak immune system is more susceptible to infections and diseases; infections and diseases then cause further damage to the body and its immune system; this results in a vicious cycle which can cause a persons' health to degenerate. Here are some important dietary and lifestyle tips to help boost one's immunity and break out of this downward spiral.

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Ten Easy Ways To Cut Out Stress

Dealing with stress is never easy, however there are quite a number of ways the impact of stress can be reduced. The way to achieve this is through following ten very simple steps for reducing stress levels. Each and every single one of these steps can be performed easily and should become common practices as part of one's weekly activities.

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Is Stress Ruining Your Life? Learn How to Tame This Health Destroying Beast with a Few Simple Tips

Stress is such a common occurrence in our daily lives that we have come to the point where we barely question its presence. And yet, when we ignore these heightened states of pressure, our physical, mental and emotional health suffers. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Taking a cue from those who are cool under fire, we can transform our daily experience into one that is productive, relaxed and actually enjoyable.

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Manic Nation: Why We’re Addicted to Stress

“The computer is electronic cocaine for many people,” says UCLA’s Peter. “Our brains are wired for finding immediate reward, which is why we can’t stop.”

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Research: How you respond to stress now determines your health in 10 years

Research now shows that the way you handle minor daily stressors - those little annoyances - has a tremendous impact on your long-term health.

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Stress, Magnesium and Disease

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that about 60% of adults in the United States do not consume the estimated average requirement for magnesium. What they don't tell us is that this 60% is based on minimum daily estimates set by the Department of Agriculture are set terribly low, so actually the number is much higher. In the best of times magnesium intake from white processed foods is on the level of starvation of this precious and very necessary mineral.

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Stress, Telomeres, and the Secret to Prevent Aging

Stress is hard on you and your brain. Chronic stress can lead to depression, anxiety, poor decision-making, sleeplessness, and impaired memory. It can literally cause your brain to shrink! But now it looks like the damage done by stress is even more serious than most people realise. Stress actually leads to premature aging on a cellular level causing cells in both your body and your brain to commit suicide prematurely. To understand how this happens, we need to take a look at a part of your chromosomes called telomeres.

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