Author: Shelley M. White

8 Tips to Try For Better Sleep TONIGHT

Millions of people struggle with falling asleep or staying asleep. If you’re one of them, you’ve probably already read a lot of advice and tried numerous products. Still sometimes it probably feels like something is missing or that nothing works. Sleep issues run in my family, so over the years I have experimented with tons

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Herbs and Supplements for Memory and Cognitive Support During Lyme Treatment

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Memory and cognitive dysfunction from chronic Lyme disease and Lyme disease co-infections can be severe. Once the infections have invaded the brain and central nervous system they are capable of causing numerous cognitive deficits, including short and long term memory loss, difficulty retaining new information, compromised ability to read and write, an inability to make

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How to Naturally Combat Chronic Fatigue From Lyme Disease: Herbs for Energy

Energy Boosting Herbs and Supplements to Combat Lyme Disease Fatigue Crushing, chronic fatigue is easily one of the most debilitating symptoms experienced by many patients with Lyme disease. It can manifest so severely that it causes serious limitations in literally every aspect of a person’s life, thereby decreasing their quality of life to a major

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Author & Energy Healer Healer Amy B. Scher Discusses Her New Book, “This Is How I Save My Life: From California to India, A True Story of Finding Everything When You Are Willing To Try Anything” 

I recently had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Amy B. Scher’s latest book, “This Is How I Save My Life: From California To India, A True Story of Finding Everything When You Are Willing To Try Anything”. I also reviewed her last book on energy healing, and was blown away by it, and still

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Tips For Monkey Mind

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Originally published on Collective Evolution Most people believe relaxing activities are only done in the evenings, and should be grouped in categories, scheduled, or put in an evening “routine,” as if it’s simply another item to check off your “to-do” list.  The good news? You don’t have to wait until the evening to unwind and relax.

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