Category: Sleep Aids

Incredible Healing with Far Infrared Heating Pads

Posted on 08/17/16 by Tools For Wellness

Far Infrared Ray (FIR), is the ‘warm’ energy in humans, animals and plants, also emitted from sunlight. We can be exposed to Far Infrared heat for hours and it will never cause our skin to burn. Far Infrared heat is completely healthy and safe for all living things. What sets FIR Heating pads apart from regular […]

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Squat Position

Posted on 12/09/15 by Mike
The proper squat position provided by the Step and Go Toilet Stool.

So, this is a topic that you may have never considered. And if you have, you were likely too embarrassed to ask someone about it. What am I referring to? The proper potty position! In recent months there has been some buzz about the topic, so I decided to do a bit of research of […]

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Benefits of Infrared Heating Pads over Ordinary Heating Pads

Posted on 11/10/15 by Mike

An ordinary heating pad only heats the skin’s surface. Far infrared heat sends deep penetrating heat to not only create a uniform warming effect, but can be found in two forms: direct and indirect. Direct far infrared provides the deep heat to warm you up without raising the temperature of the surrounding air. Indirect Far […]

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Learn More About Magnet Therapy

Posted on 01/07/14 by Tools For Wellness

      What it is Magnet therapy has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years to treat a variety of diseases and conditions. It is thought that abnormal magnetic fields in the body result in certain disease states and that magnets may play a role in restoring these magnetic fields to normal functioning […]

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What You Should Know About Sleep Pillows

Posted on 11/19/13 by Tools For Wellness

      The value of sleep cannot be overstated. A good night’s sleep will recharge your body and prepare it for the day’s demands. But how is your sleep? Do you have difficulty falling asleep and even if you do, are you able to get quality sleep? If you’re having sleep issues, you may […]

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Hemi-Sync Audio Technology From Robert Monroe

Posted on 10/27/13 by Tools For Wellness
HemiStync logo

Hemi-Sync is a scientifically based and clinically proven “audio-guidance” technology that uses sound to influence brain wave activity. This patented, and highly sophisticated technology is backed by over 50 years of research. Hemi-Sync is an audio-guidance process that works through the generation of complex, multilayered audio signals, which act together to create a resonance that […]

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Treating PTSD With Lucid Dreaming

Posted on 10/08/13 by Tools For Wellness

        Even though there seem to be an almost infinite number of things which divide humanity – skin color, gender, wealth or the lack thereof, etc. – humanity does share commonalities too.  We all eat and drink and breathe.  We all need to interact with others, to love and be loved.  And […]

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Beat Insomnia for Better Health and Improved Sleep Quality

Posted on 08/31/13 by Tools For Wellness

      Can a lack of sleep make you sick? Surprisingly, the answer is yes, it can. According to a post on ABC , there are 6 health hazards associated with a lack of sleep. Heart disease, stroke, obesity, depression, high blood pressure, and diabetes are just a few health conditions that are regulated and […]

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Self Improvement Through Lucid Dreaming

Posted on 03/15/13 by Tools For Wellness
Lucid Dreaming

The benefits of a good night’s sleep for physical and mental wellness are well known. But did you realize that your dreams, especially lucid dreams, can also contribute to your psychological wellness and help you achieve personal growth and insight?  In a lucid dream, you are aware that you’re dreaming. And some people, either naturally […]

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If You Can’t Get A Good Night’s Sleep, How Can You Hope For Better Health?

Posted on 03/12/13 by Tools For Wellness

  The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute website tells us that: “Insomnia is a common sleep disorder. People who have insomnia have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. As a result, they may get too little sleep or have poor-quality sleep. They may not feel refreshed when they wake up.” It is estimated that one […]

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