My Choices© Update
Week Ending September 27, 2021

Adaptogens: from herbalism to clinical nutrition
“An ever-increasing number of active ingredients qualified as adaptogens are currently emerging from the nutraceutical market. And for a good reason: the great fame of some of them in traditional medicine and their pleiotropic health benefits on immunity, stress, and fatigue, make them highly successful and effective active ingredients.”

Self-Healing: A Concept for Musculoskeletal Body Pain Management – Scientific Evidence and Mode of Action
“Traditionally, musculoskeletal pain management has focused on the use of conventional treatments to relieve pain. However, multi-modal integrative medicine including alternative/complementary treatments is becoming more widely used and integrated into treatment guidelines around the world.”

The Wellness Design Benefits Of Grounding
“Remember the sensate joys of playing barefoot in a field of grass? Or skipping along a stream bed? Or sleeping out at night under the stars? These were among the pleasures of a childhood spent outdoors, sometimes lost to an adulthood spent almost entirely in homes, cars, shops, gyms and offices.”

Can Drinking Water (or Not Drinking Enough) Affect Your Sleep?
“Drinking water is essential to overall health. H2O accounts for up to 60 percent of the human body, and it helps with a wide variety of bodily functions — from cell growth to waste removal to digestion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. And yes, hydration can affect sleep, too.”

Five Surprising Health Benefits of Coffee
“Caffeine lovers looking for a healthy way to get their daily fix have long been led to believe that tea offers greater health and wellness benefits. Not anymore. Nutrition experts and medical researchers are finding all kinds of reasons to recommend indulging in that cup of joe, most of them rooted in the fact that coffee is the single greatest contributor to total antioxidant intake.”

7 Myths About Yoga That Shouldn’t Stop You From Doing It
“The popularity of yoga is surging. According to the 2016 Yoga in America Study (published by the Yoga Alliance), the number of people doing yoga increased from 20.4 million in 2012 to 36 million in 2016.”

Qigong benefits, types, and how to get started
“Qigong is a meditative practice incorporating breathing techniques, movement, sound, and self-massage. Its origins lie in traditional Chinese medicine and philosophy.”

How Alternative Healing Is Different From Medical Healing
“Traditional healing methods are an integral part of human society. For centuries humans have faced illness and thus traditional healing methods have evolved with time. While the methods can be different for different regions based upon the geographical features such as environmental conditions, resource availability, type of crops, etc, the fundamental aim remains the same, that is “good health”.”

My Choices© Update
Week Ending September 27, 2021

Adaptogens: from herbalism to clinical nutrition
“An ever-increasing number of active ingredients qualified as adaptogens are currently emerging from the nutraceutical market. And for a good reason: the great fame of some of them in traditional medicine and their pleiotropic health benefits on immunity, stress, and fatigue, make them highly successful and effective active ingredients.”

Self-Healing: A Concept for Musculoskeletal Body Pain Management – Scientific Evidence and Mode of Action
“Traditionally, musculoskeletal pain management has focused on the use of conventional treatments to relieve pain. However, multi-modal integrative medicine including alternative/complementary treatments is becoming more widely used and integrated into treatment guidelines around the world.”

The Wellness Design Benefits Of Grounding
“Remember the sensate joys of playing barefoot in a field of grass? Or skipping along a stream bed? Or sleeping out at night under the stars? These were among the pleasures of a childhood spent outdoors, sometimes lost to an adulthood spent almost entirely in homes, cars, shops, gyms and offices.”

Can Drinking Water (or Not Drinking Enough) Affect Your Sleep?
“Drinking water is essential to overall health. H2O accounts for up to 60 percent of the human body, and it helps with a wide variety of bodily functions — from cell growth to waste removal to digestion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. And yes, hydration can affect sleep, too.”

Five Surprising Health Benefits of Coffee
“Caffeine lovers looking for a healthy way to get their daily fix have long been led to believe that tea offers greater health and wellness benefits. Not anymore. Nutrition experts and medical researchers are finding all kinds of reasons to recommend indulging in that cup of joe, most of them rooted in the fact that coffee is the single greatest contributor to total antioxidant intake.”

7 Myths About Yoga That Shouldn’t Stop You From Doing It
“The popularity of yoga is surging. According to the 2016 Yoga in America Study (published by the Yoga Alliance), the number of people doing yoga increased from 20.4 million in 2012 to 36 million in 2016.”

Qigong benefits, types, and how to get started
“Qigong is a meditative practice incorporating breathing techniques, movement, sound, and self-massage. Its origins lie in traditional Chinese medicine and philosophy.”

How Alternative Healing Is Different From Medical Healing
“Traditional healing methods are an integral part of human society. For centuries humans have faced illness and thus traditional healing methods have evolved with time. While the methods can be different for different regions based upon the geographical features such as environmental conditions, resource availability, type of crops, etc, the fundamental aim remains the same, that is “good health”.”

My Choices© Update
Week Ending September 27, 2021

Adaptogens: from herbalism to clinical nutrition
“An ever-increasing number of active ingredients qualified as adaptogens are currently emerging from the nutraceutical market. And for a good reason: the great fame of some of them in traditional medicine and their pleiotropic health benefits on immunity, stress, and fatigue, make them highly successful and effective active ingredients.”

Self-Healing: A Concept for Musculoskeletal Body Pain Management – Scientific Evidence and Mode of Action
“Traditionally, musculoskeletal pain management has focused on the use of conventional treatments to relieve pain. However, multi-modal integrative medicine including alternative/complementary treatments is becoming more widely used and integrated into treatment guidelines around the world.”

The Wellness Design Benefits Of Grounding
“Remember the sensate joys of playing barefoot in a field of grass? Or skipping along a stream bed? Or sleeping out at night under the stars? These were among the pleasures of a childhood spent outdoors, sometimes lost to an adulthood spent almost entirely in homes, cars, shops, gyms and offices.”

Can Drinking Water (or Not Drinking Enough) Affect Your Sleep?
“Drinking water is essential to overall health. H2O accounts for up to 60 percent of the human body, and it helps with a wide variety of bodily functions — from cell growth to waste removal to digestion, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. And yes, hydration can affect sleep, too.”

Five Surprising Health Benefits of Coffee
“Caffeine lovers looking for a healthy way to get their daily fix have long been led to believe that tea offers greater health and wellness benefits. Not anymore. Nutrition experts and medical researchers are finding all kinds of reasons to recommend indulging in that cup of joe, most of them rooted in the fact that coffee is the single greatest contributor to total antioxidant intake.”

7 Myths About Yoga That Shouldn’t Stop You From Doing It
“The popularity of yoga is surging. According to the 2016 Yoga in America Study (published by the Yoga Alliance), the number of people doing yoga increased from 20.4 million in 2012 to 36 million in 2016.”

Qigong benefits, types, and how to get started
“Qigong is a meditative practice incorporating breathing techniques, movement, sound, and self-massage. Its origins lie in traditional Chinese medicine and philosophy.”

How Alternative Healing Is Different From Medical Healing
“Traditional healing methods are an integral part of human society. For centuries humans have faced illness and thus traditional healing methods have evolved with time. While the methods can be different for different regions based upon the geographical features such as environmental conditions, resource availability, type of crops, etc, the fundamental aim remains the same, that is “good health”.”