For Low Risk Pregnancy, Home Delivery is Safer

December 14, 2015 purposelywell 0

The growing trend to home births and the use of midwives has been acknowledged as safer than a hospital delivery for low risk pregnancies. The Guardian published the new British guidelines released by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice). It is not only less stressful for mom, […]

Newsweek Says Anti-depressants Increase Autism

December 14, 2015 purposelywell 0

Depression and medication for depression continues to rise and is widely diagnosed in young women of child-baring age. Many pregnant women have used the common antidepressants such as Prozac and Lexapro and been told by their doctors that it is fine to continue to use during pregnancy. Newsweek has reported […]

4 Step to Restore Adrenal Fatigue

December 5, 2015 purposelywell 1

Many traditional doctors still think adrenal fatigue is all in your head. Research and experience are showing there are effective ways to treat the very real malady. Adrenal fatigue isn’t really that your adrenals are tired but rather that the messaging between the adrenals and the pituitary hormonal complex has […]

What Not to Say

December 5, 2015 purposelywell 0

When tragedy strikes our cultural training kicks in and we tend to give advice or religious and philosophical wisdom. Well, most of the time that doesn’t help. A lot of what we say actually isn’t helpful and isn’t true. Life is difficult and it isn’t because we “needed” to learn something […]

5 Steps to Turn Off Your Emotional Triggers

December 5, 2015 purposelywell 0

We all have them. We all have emotional buttons that seem so easily pushed. We wish we could respond from a place a calmness but it is like fireworks goes off in the brain, and all our carefully practiced responses go up in smoke. We get defensive. We get protective. […]

Research: Ginger Vs Chemo

December 5, 2015 purposelywell 0

When it comes to cancer studies, the published reviewed studies hold more weight academically. So when Universities start publishing studies showing ginger beats chemo by 10 times, we need to pay attention. Researchers are beginning to do the rigorous clinical studies pitting natural cancer killers against chemical ones. One study, […]

The Dark Time of Year = Vit D Needed

December 5, 2015 purposelywell 0

The winter days are long and dark and we all start to hanker for a week on the sand in some sunny, warm location. Part of what triggers that is the dropping Vit D levels in our blood. But Vit D is critical for many things other than making us […]

My Coffee Is OK, Is Yours?

December 2, 2015 purposelywell 1

Over the years there have been articles about the benefits of coffee. But now a large-scale study published in the journal Circulation – even suggests drinking coffee may enhance your longevity. However, it isn’t just any coffee and it only applys if you are also a non-smoker. Dr Mercola has gathered […]

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