Sleep and Your Wellbeing

Millions of us suffer from a lack of sleep, putting ourselves at an increased risk of developing heart disease, increased stress hormone levels, a weakened immune system and more. Plus, many health benefits take place while we sleep, making your sleep habits just as important as your eating and exercise habits.

Best Rest Formula This is a brilliant product for patients who have difficulty sleeping.  It is an amazing combination of great herbs and other components that will help you regain their ability to sleep.  As I tell my patients, sleep is the time when your body renews itself.  In 4E terms, it’s the Water element’s realm, complete with dreams and slower brain waves.  This formula’s threonine, GABA, melatonin, valerian, hops, passion flower and chamomile are all in a balance that helps this Watery, dreamy realm of life to be enjoyed by us at night.

Energy Xtra I really like the energetics of herbal (and mushroom) support.  First, I find that cordyceps – a mushroom – is very tonifying to the immune system and our overall bodily biology.  There are a lot of “root energetics” here – ashwagandha, eleuthero (previously called Siberian ginseng) and rhodiola.  Each of them affect both bodily and mental vigor with a set of biological compounds that help us to adapt more easily to the stresses around us.  We are meant to be rooted by a set of biochemically built “principles” that help us maintain our wherewithal amidst the stresses of our days. This is what herbal medicine is really all about tapping into.  These herbs afford us some of this ability as far as keeping our mental energy stamina and vitality.

 

Energy Boost Significant to pushing themselves hard, athletes experience many micro-traumas that occur within the muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules of their bodies. These slow, steady micro-traumas that come with repetitive workouts or competitions can slowly degrade the tissues of an area and allow injury…[read more]

Sleep and Your Wellbeing

Millions of us suffer from a lack of sleep, putting ourselves at an increased risk of developing heart disease, increased stress hormone levels, a weakened immune system and more. Plus, many health benefits take place while we sleep, making your sleep habits just as important as your eating and exercise habits.

Energy Boost Significant to pushing themselves hard, athletes experience many micro-traumas that occur within the muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules of their bodies. These slow, steady micro-traumas that come with repetitive workouts or competitions can slowly degrade the tissues of an area and allow injury…[read more]

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