The shower, while supposedly relaxing, can be a stressful place.
A small appliance always looks great when it’s on display at a store or on Amazon. Gleaming, enticing, perfect. You just can’t wait to take it home or have it arrive on your doorstep.
Anxiety is not unique to humans.
This rogue version of a classic salade Niçoise is the X-Games of salads.
Essential oils have been around for thousands of years.
- A bee stings you, or you get a splinter in your finger. After removing the stinger or splinter, you put ice on the area to reduce the inflammation.
- You wake up with a sore throat. You head to the kitchen for some tea with honey and a pain reliever like ibuprofen, to ease the inflammation.
- You turn your ankle while running. You come home, put your leg up, and use an ice pack to reduce the swelling and inflammation.
If you’re a millennial—or a gen Z’er with great taste in movies—you can likely quote the Mean Girls line by heart.
Not too long ago, there were only two real choices to treat pain: over-the-counter pain relievers like Tylenol or ibuprofen, or prescription medications. Any sort of holistic or naturopathic alternatives were quickly dismissed as quackery by the medical establishment and most “thinking” Americans.
Have you ever lit a candle to help you relax – so the pleasant scent can let you to drift into a restful sleep?
Americans love candles.