Easy Ways to Detox at Home

Now is the perfect time to detox at home. All the excuses you’ve had in the past are gone: there are no business dinners, happy hours, networking events, weddings. Whatever got in the way of committing to a cleanse has been # canceled. Why not take this time to take your vibration higher with a cleanse?

A detox can help you feel refreshed, boost your energy, and reset your body, and, luckily, detoxing at home can take many different forms. Here are some easy ways you can remove toxins from your body at home. 

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Top 5 Reasons Why Your Brain Needs to Detox, Too

Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on your health and life quality. 

You know that you are supposed to live in the moment, but it’s simply too hard to do. This is when your brain needs an urgent detox before you will settle back into enjoying life. Here are 5 reasons for a brain detox and how to do it.

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I am a holistic health expert from Siberia. Ayurveda, yoga, and shilajit are the main areas of my knowledge. Deeply intuitive, I find that true healing surpasses the boundaries of the physical body and embraces the emotional, energetic, and subtlest layers of our being. I help people to know how to be healthy and beautiful using only natural remedies. I believe that nature is the best source of human health. Facebook profile here.

How to Reduce Digital Distractions: Advice from Medieval Monks

Medieval monks had a terrible time concentrating.

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Aeon is a digital magazine of ideas and culture. Since September 2012 they have been publishing some of the most profound and provocative thinking on the web. They ask the big questions and find the freshest, most original answers, provided by leading thinkers on science, philosophy, society, and the arts. Aeon was founded in London by Paul and Brigid Hains. It now has offices in London, Melbourne, and New York. Aeon is a not-for-profit and operated by Aeon Media Group Ltd., committed to big ideas, serious enquiry, and a humane worldview. That’s it.

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Man laying in sunny lawn full of flowers
06/09/2021
Now is the perfect time to detox at home. All the excuses you’ve had in the past are gone: there are no business dinners, happy hours, networking events, weddings. Whatever got in the way of... read more
Stressed man with his head in his hands
05/27/2020
Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on... read more
Close up on stone statue face with lichen growing
04/26/2019
Medieval monks had a terrible time concentrating. And concentration was their lifelong work! Their tech was obviously different from ours. But their anxiety about distraction was not. They... read more
Man laying in sunny lawn full of flowers
06/09/2021
Now is the perfect time to detox at home. All the excuses you’ve had in the past are gone: there are no business dinners, happy hours, networking events, weddings. Whatever got in the way of... read more
Stressed man with his head in his hands
05/27/2020
Mental health concerns have been on the rise, especially right now with a rough start to 2020 worldwide. The fear, anxiety, and stress that permeate your brain can have a far-reaching impact on... read more
Close up on stone statue face with lichen growing
04/26/2019
Medieval monks had a terrible time concentrating. And concentration was their lifelong work! Their tech was obviously different from ours. But their anxiety about distraction was not. They... read more