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Tagged: immune

Self Care Video: Support Your Immune System with Hand reflexology

April 30th, 2020 | immune
cold medication

Your Immune System Never Shuts Down The body is constantly under attack by pathogens, allergens, and dangerous microbes that are waiting to grow and spread if your body’s immune system is weak. If your immune system is strong you have a better chance of fighting off foreign substances.  Most health problems are caused by stress […]

Video: Take Steps to Protect Your Health With Hand Reflexology

March 16th, 2020 | immune
cold medication

Take Steps to Protect Your Health There is so much news about the Coronavirus and the flu. Everyone is worry and afraid of contracting these illnesses. There are many ways you can protect your health by taking basic protective measures.  During the winter months, we have a tendency to stay indoors more. If you work […]

Reflexology Can Support Digestive Health

November 6th, 2019 | immune
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Reflexology Can Support Digestive Health? When new clients come to the Healing Place to seek help with their digestive health, we talk about how reflexology helps to move bowel movement and toxins. Our focus is to work the intestinal in the direction of peristalsis to move contents through the gastrointestinal tract.

8 Immunity Boosting Foods

January 11th, 2018 | immune

We need to eat many foods to keep us healthy. Here are the top 8 immunity boosting foods to eat when you are feeling like you are coming down with something. 1. Chicken Soup Research has found that chicken soup helps to prevent inflammatory white cells from moving to other parts of your body, which […]

Do You Have a Winter Wellness Routine?

November 16th, 2015 | immune

Most of us can’t survive the winter without falling prey to at least one virus, infection or zealous set of cold germs. The phrase “winter wellness” sometimes seems like an oxymoron. After all, staying indoors in a closed air system makes people more susceptible to certain germs. Winter’s affection for cold, dry air means germs […]

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