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  1. Vitamin D and COVID-19: Could Adequate Levels Protect Your Health?

    Vitamin D and COVID-19: Could Adequate Levels Protect Your Health?

    As new research reveals a link between vitamin D and COVID-19, finding natural ways to get sufficient levels of vitamin D becomes more vital to our health. Why is Vitamin D Important? In some areas of research, the to endeavor to prove the efficacy of vitamin D in promoting physical and emotional health is still underway. For instance, we know...
  2. Do You Suffer From a Melatonin Deficiency?

    Do You Suffer From a Melatonin Deficiency?

    It's commonly known that healthy melatonin production is an essential to a restful sleep. As nighttime comes and we prepare for bed, our internal clock, or circadian rhythm, signals the brain that it's time for sleep. In response, the brain releases melatonin, a hormone that's used to regulate sleepiness and wakefulness. If you have trouble sleeping, a melatonin deficiency may...
  3. Mitochondria: The Missing Link Between Stress and Anxiety?

    Mitochondria: The Missing Link Between Stress and Anxiety?

    In recent years, there has been a slew of new findings that demonstrate the link between mitochondrial function and stress and anxiety. Understanding the scientific tenets of mental health issues and learning more about mitochondrial function can help you to understand how boosting the health of your mitochondria may help reduce the risk of developing a serious anxiety disorder. Understanding...
  4. The Little-Known Link Between Mitochondria and Anxiety

    The Little-Known Link Between Mitochondria and Anxiety

    Mental health issues are some of the least-understood medical conditions. Unlike many physical health issues that present with a clear path for treatment, individuals who suffer from mental health concerns are often not able to find ways to alleviate their symptoms. One promising field of research based on the newly discovered link between mitochondria and anxiety examines how the functioning...
  5. New Research Suggests Exercise Protects Against Prostate Cancer

    New Research Suggests Exercise Protects Against Prostate Cancer

    The prostate, located between the penis and the bladder, is an essential part of the male reproductive system as it creates a fluid that's used to carry sperm and keep it in a liquid state. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for men to develop prostate cancer, and while men of any age can develop this condition, it's more likely to affect...
  6. Are Stress and Autoimmune Disease Linked by Gut Bacteria?

    Are Stress and Autoimmune Disease Linked by Gut Bacteria?

    Each of us has a community of microorganisms that thrive in an area of our large intestines known as the gut microbiome. This part of the gut serves as a home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that interact with the rest of the body. While some bacteria are harmful and contributes to the development of disease and infection...
  7. Melatonin and Metabolism: How the Sleep Hormone Supports Healthy Weight

    Melatonin and Metabolism: How the Sleep Hormone Supports Healthy Weight

    Melatonin is most often thought of as the "sleep hormone," as it is produced by the body in response to lower levels of light at the end of the day in order to promote sleep. New research finds a link between melatonin and metabolism, suggesting the sleep hormone is also essential in maintaining a healthy weight. Research Links Melatonin and...
  8. Prebiotics Promote Sleep, Soothe Stress and More

    Prebiotics Promote Sleep, Soothe Stress and More

    Recent research has found that prebiotics promote sleep, suggesting that adding these natural compounds to your diet can help you to get a better night's sleep. What Are Prebiotics? One of the systems that regulates your overall health is the gut microbiome, which is located in your large intestines and serves as a home to trillions of microbes. While some...
  9. How Social Isolation Affects Mental Health

    How Social Isolation Affects Mental Health

    It's far too common for most people to overlook, or minimize, the importance of mental health, unless they have been diagnosed with a specific emotional disorder. During the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become evident that social isolation affects mental health; this makes it even more important to find new ways to connect with others to maintain mental and emotional clarity...
  10. COVID-19 and Depression: How to Cope During the Pandemic

    COVID-19 and Depression: How to Cope During the Pandemic

    Every May is designated Mental Health Month as a means of raising awareness about the importance of taking care of your emotional and psychological health. The link between COVID-19 and depression is becoming more apparent, making it essential to learn how to lower your risks for depressive episodes naturally. How are COVID-19 and Depression Linked? Depression is always a timely...

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