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Does Self-Care Make You Anxious?

Mags – July 16, 2019

Lately, I've been noticing a bit of a social media rebellion over the term "self-care" (especially in relation to dealing with anxiety or depression). Like other trendy “buzzwords,” I have often thought that the term "self-care" is used so much i

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Soother of the Month

Chamomile

The chamomile flower, closely related to the daisy, has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years—since early Egyptians, Greeks and Romans discovered its calming properties. Today, chamomile is used for multiple purposes including wound care, treating sleeping problems, digestive issues and even diaper rash. Another promising use for chamomile is in the treatment of—you guessed it—anxiety.

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Zebra Anxiety

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