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Your pineal gland is part of the endocrine system in your brain, and it plays an important role in regulating almost every function in your body, including reproduction, executive function, growth, body temperature, blood pressure, sensory and motor activity, sleep, mood, immune function, appetite, and longevity. The pineal gland sits in the epithalamus located beneath […]
In my book Making Life Easy, I talk about Saturn’s return––the time when the planet Saturn returns to where it was at the time of your birth. The first Saturn return occurs between the ages of 27–32. The second Saturn return occurs around age 58. Saturn’s return is about growing up. The first Saturn return […]
I've often said that when our upper lips (those around our mouth), can't speak, our lower lips (genitals) will do it for us.
One perimenopausal symptom common to midlife women is dryness of the eyes and other mucous membranes, including the mouth and vagina. For many women this dryness can be easily remedied through using eye drops and a vaginal lubricant when needed, but other women will require much more help, particularly those who have Sjögren’s (shó-grins) syndrome.
An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. Statistics show that one in eight women will develop a thyroid disorder in her lifetime. And, women are five to eight times more likely than men to have thyroid problems.
If you read my book Making Life Easy you know that having a spiritual practice is important to our health, happiness, and wholeness. When you put your faith in a higher power there is a constant source of healing energy available to your through the Creator (who goes by many names.) This is true whether […]
Occasional problems with sleep are common at midlife, often secondary to hot flashes and night sweats, or anxiety and depression—which often occur together in midlife women. Between 20 and 40 percent of women have sleep disorders, and women in perimenopause often need more sleep and suffer from insomnia more often than do men of the […]
A couple weeks ago, a good friend called and said, "Help. I have night sweats and hot flashes. And I haven't had a good night's sleep in months. I watched you talk about bioidentical hormones on television. What do you think?"
When we’re healthy, we are able to live life to the fullest and truly flourish. When it comes to being healthy, I believe in prevention first. And, by prevention I don’t mean vaccines and screening tests. I encourage cultivating true health from the inside out by adopting healthy habits such as proper diet and exercise, an enjoyable family and social life, and a personal spiritual practice. Yet, even healthy people sometimes get sick. And with cold and flu season upon us, I want to share some of the best ways I know to stay healthy naturally, and some natural ways you can treat symptoms so you can recover fast.
When you hear the word healthcare, what do you think of? Doctors, medical testing, clinics, and hospitals, correct? Conventional Western medicine equates healthcare with disease screening or early diagnosis. Thankfully, you can own and operate your own state of health completely and fully by understanding the energy systems known as chakras.