A bath can be the best way to relax, especially in cold winter months. Here are some tips on how to have the best bath ever: If you plan to use your phone or have it anywhere near your bathtub, put your phone in an airtight plastic bag. It will
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Have you ever heard of Epsom salts? Epsom salts are not even actually salt. They are a naturally occurring pure mineral compound made up of magnesium and sulfate. They have many uses and benefits. Magnesium and sulfate are both easily absorbed through the skin, which explains why Epsom salt baths
Have you ever been told you’re “too sensitive”? Do you cry often and easily? Does the world seem too overwhelming for you? If you said yes to all of these, you might be a highly sensitive person, a term coined by Elaine Aron, PhD. If you’re highly sensitive, the world
If you live in a snowy and cold region during the winter months, chances are you’ve felt sad during this time of year for seemingly no reason. But if you get severe symptoms during this time of year, you might have SAD, otherwise known as seasonal affective disorder. SAD can
Antidepressants are a common treatment for depression these days. However, some people are scared to take them. Here are some common fears surrounding antidepressants and truths from those who take them: You might worry taking antidepressants won’t actually help you deal with your problems, but just make you forget about
You may have heard a lot about meditation lately. It is a hot, new trend for everyone, for good reason. It has been proven time and time again to improve the lives of many. Meditation has been linked to more feelings of being calm, less depression and anxiety, better sleep,
Have you ever wondered about your earwax? Okay, it sounds kind of gross, but your earwax can tell you a little about your health. Doctors agree that it isn’t the most important (your saliva, pee, etc. can tell you more), but you shouldn’t discount your earwax. Your earwax is effective
Have you ever had a canker sore? While common and not usually a sign of anything serious, they can be annoying and painful. Canker sores are generally caused by biting the inside of your lip or your cheeks, braces rubbing against your gums, stress, genetics, or a malfunctioning immune response.
Are your eyes puffy? The good news is that chances are it isn’t anything serious. The bad news is that it can make you feel down about yourself. Here are some common reasons for eye puffiness and how to calm it down so your eyes look and feel normal again:
As you age, your body needs different vitamins to prevent aging and give you optimal health. It is always important to eat well to get your vital nutrients, but no one can have a perfect diet. That’s where vitamins come in. Here are some of the best vitamins to include