Posts Tagged: environment

Is it Anxiety or Overload?

July 04, 2019

Working with many patients who present with the High Sensitivity Person Trait, I come across many individuals who think they have anxiety. So, how does someone know if anxiety is the actual problem or not? What does the High Sensitivity Trait have to do with this? First, let me describe the High Sensitivity Trait so […]

Don’t Jump Outside Your Comfort Zone, Expand It

May 22, 2019

There is an interplay between how our brain functions and how we experience the world. We are complex beings whose genes, history, and culture are in collaboration with the complex structure that is the brain. Learning how our brain works and how to best leverage its strengths is key to how we perceive, and therefore […]

Ditch the Disposable Project

May 04, 2016

  By: Yvette Marcek When I see images of garbage floating around in our waters and piling up in landfills, I am moved to want to do something.  As part of a course that I’m taking, we are working on community projects.  I chose garbage.  My goal is to raise awareness about decreasing the amount […]

New Toxins Threatening Today’s Women

March 17, 2014

By Dr. Jen Newell, ND Recent news has highlighted the health risks posed by sports bottles, personal care products and food containers. Its scary information but how concerned should we really be? Many experts confirm that we should be very concerned, especially because women may be particularly vulnerable. Women tend to accumulate higher levels of […]

Keep It “Green” When You Clean!

May 23, 2013

  By Dr. Lisa Watson Clean Green! A healthy lifestyle is so much more than just diet and exercise.  Our environment contributes to our health as well.  Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency has found that pollutants in the home are up to three to five times higher than outside?!  The chemicals in […]