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7 Proven Reasons to Sleep 8 Hours a Night

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Staying Up Late Seemed So Cool When I was a little kid, staying up late was was something I always wanted to do. Adults did, so I figured that was when all the fun stuff happened. Saturday Night Live was on late at night, as well as other late night television my teenage friends seemed… read more

About Magnetic Therapy for Sleep

Rest is key to get #BackInTheGame

How Important Is Sleep? “Sufficient sleep is not a luxury—it is a necessity—and should be thought of as a vital sign of good health,” Wayne H. Giles, MD, MS, Director, Division of Population Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Insufficient sleep is associated with a number of chronic diseases and conditions,… read more

Count the Coincidences (I count 5)

I think my life is magical, because I choose to see it that way.

Personal Story Blog I was recently in the northern woods of Minnesota, picking up our daughters after a month of summer camp. Coincidentally my birthday fell on the day before camp ends, the same day they have a huge celebration called International Day. This event brings about a dozen different camps (all are immersion language camps) together to celebrate… read more

Illness & Injury–Break the Cycle

Illness and injury are a bad cycle. Are you caught in it?

Illness and injury are a bad cycle. Are you caught in it? Illness and injury can go hand in hand unfortunately. If you are injured, you may be unable or unwilling to exercise as much, and a lack of exercise in turn affects our immune system, our digestion and elimination, and many other facets of… read more

Get Back In the Game. What do I do after an injury?

Your injury may not be the only cause of your pain.

It Doesn’t Always Hurt… At First. Have you ever burned yourself, or even broken a bone, and noticed it didn’t hurt right away? Wonder why? We’ll get to that, but first this reminder: Movement matters more than you may realize. This is what exercise does for your body besides strengthen muscles: Strengthens the connections between ligaments… read more

Caregiving Quick Guide

You're bound to have questions!

For some people, caregiving is enjoyable, and it gives them energy and fulfillment to have contact with others knowing they are helping whether or not gratitude is shown. For others however, constantly being needed by another is exhausting, and these people need to do some self-care and take time for themselves in order to keep going.… read more

Take Care (a personal blog)

We want to make it easier for you to take care of yourself and your loved ones.

The Urban Dictionary says the phrase “take care” is, “used when saying goodbye to family and friends. To be careful.” It is not ironic that I use the phrase take care with…. EVERYONE. Cashiers, waiters, anyone at all with whom I have exchanged any amount of words. I could say, “Goodbye” but that seems awkward to… read more

Detox Cleanse To Get Back On Track

Our bodies are incredible, and designed to heal themselves, but the load on your system is higher than ever. A gentle detox cleanse can help regain health. http://blog.aVivoPur.com/2015/05/28/detox-cleanse-get-back-track/

Our bodies are incredible, and designed to heal themselves. The cycle of regeneration is a miraculous and natural process, but because of food with poor nutritional quality, pollution, stress, or other environmental factors our bodies become stressed, polluted and need cleansing and support to get back on a good healthy path and functioning properly. A… read more

EHS Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity –Fact or Fake?

What is EHS, and Could You Have it Too? Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, also referred to as EHS, is recognized as a disabling condition by the World Health Organization. Sweden allows for people suffering from EHS to receive social security. Sufferers of EHS definitely link their symptoms to the electromagnetic fog we live in as a result… read more

Do What They Tell You, and More

ACL Surgery, Part 2 Six weeks ago I posted that I was about to undergo surgery to replace my completely torn ACL. It’s been a long six weeks, but it has gone exceptionally well. Not saying I want to do it again! But my mantra which got me through this was, “Do What They Tell… read more