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Wake up to a whole new you, reviewed by Dr. Sharon Stills, NMD. We can help you uncover the root cause of your fatigue and insomnia — Our natural approach combines plant-based therapies with lifestyle and nutrition tips to eliminate fatigue and help you get back to sleep — every night.
Natural solutions for insomnia. Do you frequently reach for Tylenol PM pills to help you sleep? Here are some natural sleep aids to consider as an alternative.
4 sleep secrets from Dr. Sharon Stills, reviewed by Dr. Sharon Stills, NMD. Dr. Stills tells us why sleep is the fountain of youth and what we can do to get more of it. Learn some practical tips for how you can get to sleep and stay asleep.
Insomnia — reset your inner clock. The brightly lit, tightly wound tempo of our lives today can easily sabotage our circadian rhythm and prevent us from getting a good night’s sleep, and chronic insomnia is an oft-cited problem among women of all ages. But you can get the measure of your insomnia, learn to unplug from a culture that prizes productivity, and reset your biological clock with Women's Health Network’s safe, easy to implement, commonsense approach.
Yoga techniques for insomnia. If you suffer from occasional insomnia but don’t like using drugs to help you sleep, read these suggestions for using yoga techniques to help you fall asleep naturally.
Restless legs syndrome. Is restless legs syndrome keeping you awake? Find out how to know if you have this frustrating disorder, plus 5 things you can do to improve your symptoms.
Caffeine pros and cons. So what’s the buzz — is caffeine bad or good for you? What we do know is that the effects of coffee and other caffeinated drinks vary tremendously among individuals. Find out how to read the signals your body is sending you and answer the good-bad-or-indifferent question for yourself.
How to decrease caffeine in coffee. Simple tricks for dialing down the caffeine content in your favorite morning coffee.
Alternative behavioral treatments for insomnia. Resolving insomnia is difficult under the best of circumstances — even with a doctor’s help. If you’ve tried everything and still aren’t sleeping, explore these alternative behavioral treatments to see if one might warrant further investigation.
Fibromyalgia — natural treatments. Women with fibromyalgia are usually offered no solutions other than drugs, which don’t always work well. Women's Health Network describes a natural approach to treating fibromyalgia pain.
What you should know about fatigue and Lyme disease. Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease can cause fatigue, muscle pain, and fever and sometimes more serious chronic health issues if not treated promptly.