Vancouver Massage Therapy Article of the Week We have mentioned the benefits of massage for those suffering from depression in previous posts on our blog. To read the past blog article click here. Some women are more likely to develop symptoms of depression during and after pregnancy. Many of these women go undiagnosed and, as… Read more »
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Chia seeds seem to be gaining popularity at grocery stores everywhere. Are you curious to find out what they are all about? Dr. Krista Moyer, Vancouver Naturopath recently posted a blog about just that. Turns out that chia isn’t only good for a laugh and watching your terra cotta figurine come to life! Read her… Read more »
Vancouver Naturopath Article of the Week Psoriasis can be very distressing for the sufferer. Itchy, dry patches of thickened skin can be worse for one person over the next. With summer in full swing, psoriasis sufferers can have the added stress of covering up vs. added visibility of psoriasis on skin to dress comfortably for hot… Read more »
Massage therapy has come leaps and bounds in the research community. Another great piece of information has targeted the impressive effects of massage on muscle and inflammation. A group at McMaster University found that a brief 10 minute massage was enough to show a decrease in inflammation. As a doctoral student pointed out, “massage holds… Read more »
The gold standard for pain relief used to be the staples: tylenol and ibuprofen. These days, many people are moving toward finding the source(s) and restoring balance and the natural state, rather than just blocking the pain.