It’s not always easy to maintain a laser-sharp focus, particularly in high-pressured working environments. If you find yourself regularly losing focus before lunchtime, getting sidetracked by the smallest things or simply struggling to stay on top of your daily to-do list, you need a concentration boost.
Back in August, I received this thing in the mail that looked like a yoga mat, except, instead of a smooth rubbery surface, it was covered in clusters of very sharp spikes.
Ashwagandha root has been used for more than 3,000 years in Ayurvedic medicine as a natural remedy to countless concerns.
A head-on collision with the afternoon slump would make anyone wish for an energizing miracle potion. And as it turns out, the sage minds who study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) have been well aware of one for for centuries. Midday coffee guzzlers, meet gui pi wan (say that three times fast), a tincture (AKA, herbal remedy) that Jill Blakeway, DACM, acupuncturist, herbalist, energy healer, and Well+Good Council member credits for providing revitalization in times of need.
When you’re exercising regularly and living an active lifestyle, it’s inevitable you’ll be sore once in a while. But it can be a real drag when aches and pains start to interfere with your ability to get through daily workouts. Instead of turning to traditional medications or painkillers, you may be curious about trying alternative treatments. These include acupuncture, massage therapy, and even cupping.