Posts by Bettina

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Why We Sleep – Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams

by Bettina

Bach’s “Rescue Sleep” helps calm our restless minds, providing natural relief of occasional sleeplessness cause by stress and repetitive thoughts. Bach Flower Remedies are non-sedative and non-habit forming.
The recently released book, with breakthrough research, “Why We Sleep” by Matthew Walker, illustrates the harm caused by not sleeping seven or more hours per day and proposes ways to promote the sleep that we need.
Five Tips for Better Sleep from Dr. Matthew Walker

Food Intolerance & ADHD – what every parent should know

by Bettina

April 7, 2013 by Sara Vance, Founder of ReBalance Life There has been a rise in the number of kids diagnosed with ADD, according to a recent article in the New York Times.  Now 11% of all school-aged children has ADHD, and 1 out of every 5 high school boys will receive an ADHD diagnosis.  This represents […]

Is Your Brain Shrinking Due To Stress? What Are The Signs?

by Bettina

Stress, fear, anxiety, panic, is treated with Bach Flower Remedies. Rescue Remedy is indicated for trauma, impatiens, daydreaming, stress, restlessness, panic attacks, temper tantrums and many more.   Bach 7 groups, Bach 7 flowers, and Rescue Remedies are often mentioned.  Dr. Oz and Dr. Phil have spoken about exhaustion and low sex drive.  Pharmaceutical solutions for […]

A Recent Study on Milk and ADHD

by Bettina

Changes in our diets can be used as a treatment intervention for ADHD. And according to a recent study from Norway, it seems that at least a sub-group of children with ADHD have a particular type of protein imbalance that may be contributing to a child’s ADHD symptoms, or may be causing that child’s ADHD […]

Restricted diets can help children with ADHD, study suggests

by Bettina

Different foods trigger different behavioral problems and should be monitored, according to paper in the Lancet * Sarah Boseley, health editor * The Guardian, Friday 4 February 2011 * Article history Ritalin is widely used to treat children diagnosed with ADHD, but a paper in the Lancet suggests changing diet may be as effective. Children […]