Self-Care Treatments Bring Relief for Sciatica Pain


Sciatica is a relatively common form of back pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve. Medically known as Lumbar Racidulopathy, sciatica is by itself a symptom (not a full-blown disorder) that potentially signals an underlying health condition such as a herniated disk, says the Mayo Clinic. The pain usually resolves itself within a few months

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Celebrate Easter with Healthy Brunch Recipes.

Easter Recipes

No matter how you spend Easter Sunday, food is usually a big part of the festivities. Instead of filling up on empty calories that will make you feel sluggish and heavy, go the healthy route! Healthy doesn’t mean you’ll be missing out, though. Click here for recipes that taste decadent, but are made using nutritious

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Tips on Which Massage Type is Best for You

Massage Types

Not all types of massage therapy serve the same purpose. Some types are relaxing and calming. Others invigorate and even leave you with a “good” ache. There are many massages from which to choose — deep tissue, lymph drainage, reiki, myofascial release, trigger-point, hot stone, Thai, Swedish, pregnancy and sports, to name a few. Click

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10 Festive St. Patrick’s Day Drinks, Dishes, and Desserts

Key Lime Pie

This St. Patrick’s Day, you can celebrate with more than green beer! Celebrate the luck o’ the Irish with these delicious St. Patrick’s Day Recipes. Click here for 10 bright green dishes, drinks, and desserts that serve up plenty of delicious flavor without packing in extra calories.

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Sleep Tips: Easing the transition to Daylight Savings Time

Sleep Tips

Everyone knows that getting enough sleep feels great – but far too few realize how essential sleep is to overall health, wellness, and even safety. Research has found that heart attacks, workplace accidents and traffic accidents increase just after the switch to Daylight Saving Time. Disturbances in sleep patterns associated with the change can also

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Seven Tips for Improving Flexibility.

Flexibility Tips

Flexibility is often times one of the first things to go as our bodies enter adulthood and continue to age, however, an essential component of staying fit. Can’t touch your toes? The exercises in your workout combined with nutrition, hydration, and lifestyle choices can have a huge impact on your flexibility. Click here for 7

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