Self-care is so much more (and so much less expensive) than spa trips and vacation days. And it’s actually a critical element of your physical and mental health. Here’s what self-care means and why it’s so crucial to make time for it.
Xiao Yao San is a Chinese herbal medicine blend to help with anxiety, stress, depression and digestion issues. Learn more about its uses and side effects and how to take it.
Learn how much vitamin A you need — and what happens when you’ve taken too much.
Feeling stressed and looking for healthy ways to manage it? Could be that your fight-or-flight response is in overdrive. And your vagus nerve may be the key to downshifting your anxiety levels. Find out what your vagus nerve is and how it can help you discover calm.
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Lion’s breath is a yogic breathing technique in which you mimic a lion’s roar … minus the roaring part. A functional medicine specialist explains the benefits and the how tos.
Not getting enough vitamin D is a common problem, but over-supplementation can also hurt your health. And too much of its partner vitamin K can be harmful, too. Here’s what you need to know.
Don’t want to start your day with coffee? Try one of these 10+ options instead.
Can an L-tyrosine supplement help you battle stress and depression? An expert explains the research behind this nonessential amino acid.
For most people, nail biting is an occasional thing. But when nail biting becomes constant, it’s time to get help. Here’s what you need to know.
“Whippets” is another term for nitrous oxide or laughing gas. Teenagers and young adults abuse whippets for a quick high, but there can be lasting harmful effects.