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Depression

There’s so much that can bring you down—whether it’s seasonal, situational, or a constant invading pressure. Finding the right kind of help can be hard, too. One way to start is with small changes, then escalate as needed. For instance, you could use natural support where you control how much and when, like D.S.A. MGRx. […]

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It may be June, but plenty of people are still sporting pale winter skin—which is fine, as long as you’re getting Vitamin D elsewhere. You need more than you think—or is recommended. What they say you should be getting in terms of Vitamin D is just the minimum, most people need more to function better. […]

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They say it takes 10,000 hours to master something—make sure you’re making the most of each hour you put in with colloidal gold. Time spent on the green, in the field, in front of a canvas or shaping materials can get expensive, and the hours can really slip away if you’re not at your best. […]

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It may seem obvious that the amount of sleep we get would impact our mental health—after all, sleep is critical for the brain!—but you may not realize how deeply and immediately a sleep affects us. According to a new study, following a poor night’s sleep the amount of suicidal thoughts increases, especially in patients who […]

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Exercise, eating right, and sleeping take time and planning, so while they’re important, they’re easy to fall behind on. There’s another cornerstone to good health that can be managed at all times, taken care of in the moment, and supported each day, though: stress and mental well-being. Give yourself daily support for stress, anxiety, and […]

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