Indoor Air, Why You Should Care

Most American adults spend the majority of our time indoors & the indoor air quality may not be as safe as you think. The EPA sponsored a study from 1992 to 1994 that showed on average, Americans spend 93% of their time indoors, 87% in buildings and 6% in cars [1], [2]. Which may not…

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Managing your stress in stressful times

One of the biggest health concerns I find is being stressed out then becoming burnt out. Stress is nearly unavoidable. If you’re lucky, you can find a reprieve in some way, maybe taking a sabbatical, a vacation, reconnecting to loved ones. Although our culture promotes stress as “normal,” (just watch the nightly news for example…

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Stress Less or Less Stress?

Stress is the number 1 killer. It’s the Bonnie to the Clyde’s of Cardiovascular disease, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s & Dementia. Stress drives up inflammation causing a cascade that acts like a flash flood throughout the entire body. Your age and genetic susceptibility (like if your house was built in the flood zone or above it) will…

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