“Complementary Treatments are approaches to health that occur alongside conventional medical treatment. Studies show that complementary therapies positively impact mental health disorders, particularly anxiety and depression.”
For a detailed list of complementary therapies such as yoga, dance, and art, click the link below:
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I have been blogging for about 10 years. Currently, I post on 4 blogs. Recently, I started doing a Podcast. I am an essential oil enthusiast. My intention is to provide interesting and useful information for your Well-being journey, and Wellness regimen.
If you would like to learn more about the topics I post, please visit my website, JudithGuerra.com
In Episode 24 of my podcast Judith Guerra Wellness Connections, I first introduced how we can access help and guidelines to join in the “Climate Change” conversation about Food Waste, also known as FoodPrint. You know the saying, “Knowledge is Power“?
When you have a moment, listen in to my recent podcast Episode #36 about the Foodprint conversation. It may give you a boost to know what is available for your use to participate and take positive action to help combat this issue for yourself and for the climate. Then use the links in this post to learn more about this challenge.
Every year in February we call attention to Black History and Celebrate the causes and progress that have been made.
Of course, Black History is a continuous topic of re-calculating the plight and progress of African-Americans. Just recently the term “Enslaved” has been a topic of conversations and correctness regarding the lack of entitlement to freedom in the course of the African-American experience.
Those of you who listen to and follow my podcasts Judith Guerra Wellness Connections are aware of my intention to bring you healthwise information including links and websites where you can find assistance. Many of the link selections are available for FREE!
Dr. Andrew Weil is a pioneer in using methodologies of Integrative Medicine to assist us in developing wellness habits for our total well-being, mind, body, and spirit.
Take a look when you find time to give yourself the treat of knowing how to complement your wellness regimen by clicking the links below.
Sometimes there is an App that serves more than one purpose. In this case I am referring to the app “Too Good To Go” Do you know that fighting food waste also helps the planet by reducing global warming? At the “Too Good To Go” website you can learn all of the details at the food waste knowledge hub. The company was created in Denmark in 2015. Read more at the Wikipedia link.
When you have a moment, I invite you to listen to my podcast:
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In this episode of The Wellness Connections Podcast I talk about the late Bebe Moore Campbell and the formidable work and commitment she did, which supported underrepresented communities. In addition a description of the digital platforms and APPs that are available for the support of Mental Health Wellness for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), QTBIPOC (Queer and Trans) Mental Health.
I introduce Katara McCarty’s website where she talks about the Exhale APP. She created the APP to support the Emotional well-being for BIWOC (Black, Indigenous, Women of Color).Her website has BIWOC Resources for your use.
A brief description of Health In Her HUE, a digital platform that connects Black women and women of color to culturally competent and sensitive healthcare providers, and their TEAM goal to “empower women of color, and their allies, to share, learn and innovate around the health issues that disproportionately affect them” is provided.
When you have a free moment listen to my podcast to learn how these websites can be used for your well-being journey. The source links are provided for your easy access to information and APPs.