Healthy Home Solutions
Take care of your home & work environment
What Does Your Home Reveal About Your Personality? The Way You Live is a Reflection of Who You Really Are.
Your home is your sanctuary. After a long, frenzied day at work, you want nothing more than to be welcomed and comforted by a warm, clean and tranquil place. It is our refuge away from the constant demands of others and the stress of the environment we live in. Put simply, it's where we truly feel "at home".
Unfortunately, in this fast-paced day and age, where everything is needed "yesterday", it's much too tempting to throw your clothes on the floor, kick your shoes off and toss the mail onto a growing pile of papers that you'll deal with "later". That's not to mention time spent cooking, helping the kids with their homework, mowing the grass, changing the oil and a million other tasks that are demanded of you when you walk in the door.
If you continue to let things "slide", your home begins to sink into a state of carelessness. Guests and passers-by begin to think that if the outside looks so unkempt, the inside must be just as bad, and the person who lives there must be a slob, or too lazy to care.
You Know That's the Farthest Thing From the Truth!
But try as you might, you simply don't know where to start. Or where to find a spare minute just to try and start sorting through what needs to be done! The good news is, Nahanni River Herbs can help. In addition to providing resources to help restore and rejuvenate the inside of your body, we provide recommendations on ways to help the outside as well. Because your home is where you spent over 80% of your life, it makes good sense to make it a place where you can feel relaxed and at peace.
The First Step... Bringing the Outdoors Indoors!
If you've ever visited a day spa, a massage therapist or a tranquil vacation spot, then you know how easy it is to let yourself gently sink into a calm state of bliss. But what it is about that particular place that puts you so at ease? And why is it, when you come home, the stress comes right back again?
The answer is nature.
The sound of a babbling brook, the romance of the crashing waves, the beautiful sounds of the songbirds...the warmth of the sun...is it any wonder why we feel so refreshed when we're among the beauty and majesty of the outdoors?
Now, you can recapture that feeling by bringing the essence of nature indoors. It will do wonders for your spirit and cast a relaxing calm over your entire home. Guests will remark on the charming and exquisite appearance of your home, and you'll feel more alive than you've ever felt before!
Tantalize Your Senses and Enhance Your Mood - Naturally!
Here are just a few of the ways you can bring the beauty and tranquility of nature into your home without breaking the bank! In just days you'll notice that you're calmer, more cheerful and more relaxed because of the serenity around you.
- Natural Furniture - Sturdy, eco-friendly furniture is a great way to bring the serenity of nature indoors while still staying in your budget. Bamboo, organic fabrics and rattan weave give your home an exotic appeal that's good for the earth too! Find more ideas on making your home earth-friendly.
- Bonsai Trees - Bonsai trees are as beautiful as they are simple, and are a great conversation piece. These live, miniature trees teach us all patience, strength and that great things often come in small packages.
- Aromatherapy & Essential Oils - No need to worry about candle fires or incense smoke, electric aromatherapy scent diffusers release your favorite natural oils for an instantly calm, relaxing atmosphere. If you're new to aromatherapy and using scents to help relax the body, you'll be pleased to learn that Herbalremedies.com aromatherapy scent diffusers come with three relaxing blends to enhance your mood and promote overall well being.
Taming Health Issues in the Workplace
Does This Sound Like Your Workplace?
The guy beside you just had to drag himself in today. He's got a bad case of the flu and apparently can't wait to share it with everyone else. He can't stop sneezing and coughing. The woman on the other side of you is a smoker. The scent of stale, smoke-infested air hovers over you, making your eyes water and your lungs heave.
You get up and slog yourself to the water cooler and pour yourself a cup of stale water. Your head is throbbing, your ears are ringing and you're still feeling the remnants of a caffeine high after grabbing a donut and coffee this morning. You look up at the clock. 9:15am. Minutes feel like hours. Hours feel like days.
Our workplace is one of the few places where we feel as if we have the least amount of control over our environment. Whether you're slumped over a desk, staring at a computer screen or mindlessly piecing together components in an assembly line reeking of pollutants like lead and silica dust, your health is affected in more ways than you know.
One of the best ways to start making the most of your workspace is to invest in a quality air filter or air purifier. These compact sanitation systems cleanse and neutralize harmful chemicals such as smoke, germs, viruses and bacteria from the air. The result is pure, fresh and exhilaration oxygen as it should be. Whether you're dealing with an inefficient air conditioner or a coworker who seems to be a magnet for colds, an air purifier system is one of the best investments you can make for your health.
Learn about even more ways you can help keep germs, smoke and bacteria at bay through eco-friendly ideas.
If you are a smoker, have a look at some good stop smoking tips that are natural and can help you kick the smoking habit for good.
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