Sympathetic nervous system activation compromises our ability to reason, focus, and think clearly. Time to reset!
The pioneering work of Esther Sternberg M.D. has revolutionized how we look at the mind-body connection in modern medicine.
Finland has been named “Happiest Country” in the World Happiness Report 2023. They’ve won that distinction 6 times now, what’s their secret?
Researchers have found that frequent use of mobile devices to calm young children is associated with an increase of emotional dysregulation.
Study finds that children who regularly interact with nature have more robust microbiomes and lower risk of developing autoimmune diseases.
Lifestyle habits and herbal remedies may reduce seasonal affective disorder (SAD) symptoms, including flagging energy and brain fog.
Learn what science has to say about the powerful impact of spending time in nature on your physical and mental health.
Cultivate moments of joy to boost health and contribute to less stress, improved heart health, a stronger immune system, and reduced pain.
Daily constant stress can cause health issues like weight gain, anxiety, depression, headaches, insomnia, brain fog, and heart disease.
Nature inspires feelings that connect us to each other and the environment, here’s a practice to foster that connection.
Germ theory, terrain theory, or a mix of both? The science is clear: the health of the gut is essential for mental and physical health.
Nicole shares her brand-new book: The Foragers Guide to Wild Foods, Edible Plants, Lichens, Mushrooms, and Seaweeds.
Research has shown that nature, awe, and spaces free of clutter greatly influence our mental health and provide tangible benefits.
Nicole shares simple suggestions that can help you break the cycle of fear and worry—and cultivate peace of mind.
Nicole’s relationship with nature and love of wild places was established early, and has only deepened as her journey continues.
Nicole Apelian and Shawn Clay have created a guide that will help you to better prepare for your nature adventures.
Taking the time to enjoy nature—especially during the cold winter months—is an important aspect of self-care and holistic healing.
Dr. Nicole discusses the daily regimen that works best for her body and lifestyle to manage Multiple Sclerosis.