For gentle natural treatment of insomnia and anxiety there's no better herb than passionflower. You can take it as an herbal tea, but it's more effective in the form of an extract available in capsule form.
The fact that most people with social phobia are reluctant to seek help for their anxiety makes the need for natural and herbal remedies especially pressing. What natural remedies can help you deal with your social anxiety disorder?
You're convinced you have an anxiety disorder and try everything under the Sun in order to alleviate the symptoms. Vacations, sabbaticals and medications all don't help at all. What if the root of the stress is not from work but from your thyroid gland?
Future moms are craving for information about their pregnancy, especially if they are expecting their first baby, or still trying to conceive. There are a number of mobile apps that provide moms-to-be with high quality information and helpful tools.
Valerian root has been in service of medicine for thousands of years as a remedy for insomnia, stress, anxiety, hot flashes, and menstrual cramps. It's an herb every natural medicine fan should keep on hand, but it has to be used appropriately.
Whether you need chronic insomnia treatment or sleeplessness is only an occasional problem, there are herbs that can help. Here are three herbs and an herbal formula that are safe, effective, and reliable aids for getting to sleep.
Do you have an acne prone or sensitive skin? Choose your cosmetics carefully, they can your skin to break out. Some ingredients in cosmetics have potential to cause acne.
Treating patients in emergency situations requires clinicians to be able to make quick decisions. Many rely on resources and tools that are available at their fingertips thanks to mobile apps designed specifically for emergency medicine.
Are you facing stubborn adult acne that is not going away despite of treatment? Be altered! You might be suffering from some underlying disease which could be the reason behind your acne.
People have used alcohol to relax for centuries, and if you have social anxiety, you may have come to believe that you need alcohol to get through tough social situations. Does drinking really reduce your anxiety, or does it only lead to more problems?