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By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
Winter is in full swing. Many of us have been dealing with negative temperatures and gloomy skies for what feels like eternity, and with that can come a gloomy mood. While it’s normal for moods to ebb and flow, a stagnant down feeling throughout the…
By Jamie Delaney
Weighted blankets are often recommended to help with insomnia, restlessness, anxiety, stress, ADHD, autism, and sensory issues. I have a nine-year-old son, Jax, that has ADHD and some sensory processing issues, so we decided to give it a try. He experienced night terrors for a few years when…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
When you see the word “investor,” what comes to mind? Maybe you think of money, a shareholder, or stockbroker. Yet it’s unlikely you thought of yourself, even though your health is the most important investment of all. Technically, an investor is someone who puts…
By Amy Hebert
I don’t think there is much dispute that spending time in nature is inherently good for us, but  I would personally take that notion a few steps further and say that spending time regularly in nature is life-changing! In this non-stop world we live in, taking the time…
By Adonica Nichols, LPN
I have struggled with depression and anxiety throughout my life and managed it as well as I thought possible, using therapeutic interventions and medication. For a long time, I had it under control. It wasn’t until I had my third child that I was hit with the big…
By Lisa Nicotera, DC, RN
In my work as a Functional Medicine nurse and health coach, I routinely help my patients find hope. When someone is discouraged and I help them feel more hopeful, I know they are much more likely to get well. I always intuitively knew this was true, but what…