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The Power of Mini Meditations

The Power of Mini Meditations

The following is guest blog entry from Integrative Nutrition Health Coach Sheeba Naqvi. Sheeba sees clients in our office on Tuesdays from …

Hope for Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia and currently affects more than 5 million Americans and 30 million people …

What is a chronotype? In short, it is an individual difference characteristic reflecting the time of day at which we are at our best.

What’s Your Chronotype?

Fall is upon us, and along with its glorious gifts comes a change in the weather and in the light. Here in …

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Finding Focus

As the children go back to school and parents begin to juggle work, carpools, sports and homework help, it’s easy to become …

Summer Reading List

Every summer, I make it a point to construct a reading list and tackle a handful of books that are both thought-provoking …

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Essentials About Oils

Each year, we hear about new trends in do-it-yourself health care. Some are worthwhile, while some are a waste of time and …

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Light Therapy: a glowing review

Every day our bodies experience circadian rhythms, or mental, physical and behavioral changes that are based on our response to the light …

So, what exactly is a dawn simulator? Simply put, it’s a natural alarm clock that involves timing lights in the bedroom to come on gradually, over a period of between 30 minutes and two hours before your preferred time of awakening.

Good Morning, Sunshine

Mornings. While some anticipate a superb sunrise, for others it’s the dreaded dawn. Well, here’s a rousing thought: Your performance and attitude …