Reshape Your Brain With Positive Thinking

When we shift our thinking towards the positive, we are able to see our challenges and failures as lessons as opposed to setbacks.  We are given the strength and confidence to persevere through tough times.   Worry, anger, and fear become replaced by joy, happiness, and compassion. "People tend to have a cognitive bias towards their failures, and toward negativity," says…

6 Simple Practices To Cleanse Your Home Of Negative Energy

It is time to clear your space if you or others within the home are feeling poorly for unexplained reasons, you have just moved into a new space, or a major life event occurred within your home.  Have you ever entered a space and felt the energy it held, whether positive or negative?  Or maybe walked up to a friend…

5 At-Home and Natural Remedies to Treat the Flu and Common Cold

Cold and Flu Got You Down? Are you feeling the fatigue, sore throat, body aches and other signs of having come down with the flu?  While this is certainly no fun, it can be a good time to check-in and give your body some much-needed TLC. Here are some recommendations for at-home and natural remedies to treat the flu and common cold.…

6 Tips for Maintaining Health in an Artificial World

Are your long days under artificial light getting you and your health down? Dr. Bridget Casey shares some tips for maintaining health in an artificial world. Advances in technology and the advent of post-industrial society have certainly had their benefits, but there are also some inherent drawbacks. One of the biggest downsides, which is actually quite a large topic, is the…

Antioxidant Rich Foods

Antioxidant Rich Foods:  What do they do? How to they help overall health? Where can you get them? A big buzzword in the food industry right now is “Super foods”. Everything from acai to wheatgrass to blueberries and maca. Foods that are built up to be these amazing little health savers, packed with super nutrients…and usually from far away places.…

Naturopathic Approach to Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is something that can be a little ambiguous to diagnose, and certainly a tricky area to treat.  I take a personal interest in working with patients with this ailment, as I dealt with chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome for about 26 years. I see so many folks dealing with the stress, anxiety, dietary restrictions and lifestyle obstacles that…

A Better Night’s Sleep

Trouble Sleeping? RNM's Sleep Expert Lindsay Kluge helps you explore your sleep habits in order to improve your sleep quality. Here at RNM, it’s not uncommon for most people to mention sleep troubles as part of their overall health picture. Sometime’s a bad nights sleep is just an occasional thing, and other times it’s a chronic, on-going issue that may…

Four Common Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Misperceptions

“I’m so OCD about that” is becoming an increasingly popular phrase in which individuals are referring to their quirks, pet peeves and preferences as “their OCD.” While more than likely an innocent misuse of the term, referring to your alphabetical DVD collection or the way you prefer your laundry be folded as "your OCD” grossly misrepresents the seriousness of true…

You Don’t have to Live with Chronic Pain

Learn from Dr. Katie Lundberg how you can move forward from chronic pain Chronic pain is a diagnosis we are hearing more and more often. Clinics and new therapies are being established all the time, to help people live with pain, to help people adapt to pain, and to help ease pain in small ways. But living with or easing…

Finding the Right Alternative Practitioner

  It’s amazing to think that many people will spend more time investigating an insurance broker or a contractor or a mechanic than they will when selecting a healthcare professional. Just as levels of training and experience differ within these professions, so too do they differ among the various medical and therapeutic specialties that exist today.  Finding the right alternative…