Your Natural Medicine Guide to Treating SIBO
Abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, gas, and indigestion. These are the most common symptoms reported by two-thirds of individuals who suffer from SIBO. If you’ve experienced these symptoms, you might be wondering what SIBO is. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) results from an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. But SIBO is treatable! Learn how
Functional Medicine: How Does Low Dose Immunotherapy Work?
Do you know that over 50 million Americans suffer from allergies? It can be very hard to go about your day-to-day life when you feel tired, sneeze constantly, or your eyes are watery all the time. Severe food sensitivities or environmental allergies can even stop you from working or pursuing your hobbies. Taking medication may
Treating Pain Naturally: From Acupuncture to Frequency Specific Microcurrent
A study found that 1 in 3 people take an over-the-counter pain killer every single day. Imagine if they took one dose of that every single day for a year – they’d be taking over 700 pills a year just to control their pain. But even though people do this, they don’t necessarily want to take
5 Types of Parenting Styles Every Parent Should Know About
Almost half of American parents use the authoritative parenting style. Why does this matter? Because, according to researchers, parenting styles have a significant effect on children. These effects can continue into adulthood. It’s why the prevalence of the authoritative parenting style isn’t surprising. This style of parenting usually results in outstanding outcomes for children. Do
How to Boost Your Kids’ Immune System: 7 Tricks to Keep Them Healthy
Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers average about seven to eight colds every year. School-age children average around five or six. As a parent, it is your job to do what you can to prevent your child from catching a virus and becoming sick. The first step to doing this is learning how to boost a kid’s
3 Ways to Teach Preschoolers How to Be Safe Around Water
Drowning is among the leading causes of death in children, making it a significant but preventable public health problem. In the U.S., there are an estimated 3,960 fatal drownings yearly, averaging 11 deaths every day. It often happens quietly and takes only a few seconds. Teaching children how to be safe around water is essential.