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Float Pod for Stress

  Float pod for stress is good news. According to the Mayo Clinic, you can be over stressed even without realizing it. Look for one or more of these common signs: headache muscle tension or pain chest pain fatigue change in sex drive stomach upset insomnia. Stress Affects Mood and Behavior Stress can also affect Read more…


Infrared Sauna for High Blood Pressure

There is a wealth of clinical research showing that infrared sauna can provide help for high blood pressure (hypertension). This is fortunate because hypertension is a high-stakes game. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), it kills nearly 1,000 people per day in the U.S. alone. Seven out of 10 adults in this country Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Anxiety

Is photobiomodulation (PBM) useful for managing anxiety? There is surprisingly little clinical research to answer this question. A study from 2009, published in Behavioral and Brain Functions, described substantial success with a form of PBM against major depression and anxiety. Another 2018 review in Journal of Affective Disorders also found PBM to be effective in Read more…



Celluma for Roseacea

Can Celluma help to control the red-faced acne-like condition of roseacea? There are signs in the research literature that it can. Roseacea isn’t life-threatening, but it is a serious condition. It makes people feel embarrassed and self-conscious, undermining their confidence in social situations and often leading to withdrawal and depression. I wish I could tell Read more…


Hemp/CBD for Insomnia

Insomnia isn’t just something that causes daytime lethargy and fatigue (as well as concomitant problems with work performance, mood, and relationships). Insomnia also has second-order effects. According to the CDC, “Adults who were short sleepers (less than 7 hours per 24-hour period) were more likely to report 10 chronic health conditions compared to those who Read more…


Hemp/CBD for Anxiety

Can cannabidiol (CBD) products provide help for anxiety? As I mentioned last week, everyone is afraid of something. And at some point, a daily news diet of mass shootings, cyberterrorism, climate change, species extinctions, pandemics, mega-storms, earthquakes, and near-miss asteroids may inspire a certain amount of dread. Usually, you can put these things out of Read more…


Float Pod for Anxiety

Let’s not get too clinical about one another’s psychological quirks. Arachnophobia? Sometimes a fear of spiders might just be a fear of spiders. After all, they are kind of scary looking, and sometimes they are even deadly. And why be so quick to identify a fear of heights? Some people simply have a well-founded aversion Read more…


Ice Bath or Whole-Body Cryotherapy?

Human beings are endothermic or “warm blooded,” which means we maintain our body temperature with internal heat sources. But maintaining your body temperature is not always a comfortable process, as athletes who take ice baths for muscle recovery will tell you. Wikipedia quotes champion weightlifter Karyn Marshall, who took an ice bath after the 2011 Read more…