“You Need More Fat,” Said No One Ever—Except OHS

Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D. stated, “Estimates have been given that approximately 80% of Americans consume a diet deficient in essential fatty acids. Essential fatty acids play an important role in producing hormones, cell membrane function, regulating pain, inflammation...

Sometimes Stress Needs Some Oxygen

Stress and anxiety are pretty good at cramping out ability to breathe. Sometimes it’s as extreme as hyperventilating. Other times our bodies are so tense that our breathing grows habitually shallow, also considered chronic hyperventilation. Poor breathing slowly...

Are You One of the 40 Million?

Rub the back of your neck a lot? Get so tense that your body stiffens up? Thoughts start racing? One leg or both constantly bouncing? Always keeping an eye on a doorway? Stomach always churning? Can’t stop worrying or fearing the worst? Anxiety disorders are the most...

You Have a 1-in-4 Chance of Being a Poor Sleeper

New US research has found that around 25 percent of Americans develop acute insomnia each year, even if they are usually good sleepers. Carried out by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, the new study recruited 1,435...