Has Your Dessert Been Getting in the Way of Better Sleep?
Most of us are aware of the sweet treats that affect our sleep and cause insomnia, but every once in awhile we ignore all wise things and indulge in something like ice cream chocolate cake topped with heavy whipped cream. You get the message,… Read more »
Testing Your Neurotransmitters for Better Health and Wellness
Imbalanced neurotransmitters can cause many emotional, mental and physical health issues. If you don’t already know about our Sanesco HPA Neurotransmitter testing (easily done at home) and our Sanesco natural neurotransmitter formulations, read on….
Do you experience any of the following symptoms on a regular basis?
Quick Facts About Magnesium Everyone Needs to Know
Everybody seems to be talking about magnesium lately! You might say it has become the “star” of the mineral world. Why? Because magnesium is linked to more than 700 bodily functions. However, 75 – 80% of Americans are still lacking in this precious nutrient. Here are some… Read more »
Magnesium for Restful Sleep
At Long Natural Health, we are sympathetic towards the variety of issues people have with getting adequate sleep. While how well you sleep is dependent upon many factors, one easy step anyone can take toward getting better sleep is to start supplementing with magnesium.
Several studies have… Read more »
Adaptogens – What Are They?
Adaptogenic herbs are medicinal herbs that are considered completely safe and non-toxic, have a wide variety of health uses, and aid in reducing mental and physical stress. While they benefit the entire body, they are particularly beneficial and supportive to the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis). Thus, they help the… Read more »
We all feel great after a full night of sleep, but did you know that the importance of a good night’s sleep goes well beyond just improving your mood? A good nights sleep is key to living a happy, healthy lifestyle. Getting those elusive 7-9 hours a night can benefit your heart, weight, mind and… Read more »
It’s that time of year again – August means back-to-school for kids and parents around the country. Malls and local stores are busy with eager shoppers who are looking for the best deals on new clothing and school supplies. Children are excited about new shoes, a new backpack and meeting new classmates. Parents are often positive about… Read more »
What Causes Neurotransmitter Deficiencies?
Dieting is the most common cause of self-induced neurotransmitter deficiencies. Protein deficient diets may not supply adequate tryptophan, which is necessary for serotonin production. Carbohydrate is necessary to deliver tryptophan to the brain for serotonin production. High protein/low carbohydrate diets are a two-fold problem – there is not enough… Read more »