Throughout my health posts I will be dedicating a portion of articles toward all types of remedies for helping people achieve a better nights’ sleep. What works for one may not work for another but each herb or remedy discussed will have some link to a known antidote for sleeplessness. The topic of sleepless nights […]
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Throughout my health posts I will be dedicating a large portion of articles toward all types of remedies for helping people achieve a better nights’ sleep. What works for one may not work for another but each herb or remedy discussed will have some link to a known antidote for sleeplessness. The topic of sleepless nights is heavy on my heart as I have struggled with a broken sleep pattern for the last 5 years. I have personally seen many doctors, taken numerous tests and tried countless remedies. I have had a measure of success from different supplements, sleeping regimes, nutritional initiatives, and more. I plan to offer effective ‘sleep engaging’ information for all readers who struggle with this issue and pray that along the way you will find deep joyful relaxation and peaceful sleep.
Whatever you choose to try of the natural and herbal remedies it is suggested that you give it time to work. The optimal results may not be achieved overnight but the very best outcome will prevail with consistent and daily application.
This information and the remedies suggested are in no way to be interpreted as a cure or prescription for the issues addressed.
Lavender It is the most versatile all-purpose essential oil available. It’s inexpensive, and can be applied directly to your skin, if necessary. It’s calming properties relieve tension, headaches, hypertension, stress, depression, anxiety and insomnia. Bergamot Balances the emotions and is especially useful for anxiety and depression. Good for allergy-related conditions. It helps relieve the pain, […]
Part 3: According to sleep psychologist Gregg Jacobsiv from the featured BBC News article, you cycle through four stages of sleep every 60 to 100 minutes. 1. Stage 1: A drowsy, relaxed state between being awake and sleeping 2. Stage 2: Slightly deeper sleep state. Interestingly enough, here, you may still feel awake. So, you […]
Part 2: According to sleep psychologist Gregg Jacobsiv from the featured BBC News article, you cycle through four stages of sleep every 60 to 100 minutes. 1. Stage 1: A drowsy, relaxed state between being awake and sleeping, 2. Stage 2: Slightly deeper sleep state. Interestingly enough, here, you may still feel awake. So, you […]
Part 1: A growing body of evidence, garnered from both science and history, suggests the eight-hour sleep cycle may not be the most natural arrangement for humans after all. One experiment conducted in the 1990s, for example, seemed to indicate that when completely left to their own devices, people would sleep for four hours, then […]
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On behalf of the Shepherd’s Center Board of Trustee I want to thank you for graciously coming to share with our community the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.All who attended were touched by the warm and gracious manner in which you presented “Seven Keys to Unlock Your Health Potential”. After your presentation many expressed desires to turn over new leaves regarding their eating habits and other issues related to health. It was a real pleasure meeting you, Denise and I pray God’s continued blessing on your life.Deborah
I recently had a Nutritional Counseling appointment with Denise. I basically needed some reassurance that I was doing ‘everything’ ok. Sometimes when we are not perfect with our daily consumption of food and supplements we think we are not making a difference. I explained my personal situation with her and she reassured me that I was doing a great job. Denise also provided me with some great advice that will help benefit my overall health both now and the future.Paulette K
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