Immunity is a physiological function of the human body that focuses on maintaining the human body's health. The human body relies on this physiological function to defend against and resist external pathogens, such as viruses and bacteria, that attempt to enter the human body, and internal pathogens, which includes damaged cells that can produce tumors.
You’re not alone. With our busy schedules, constant smartphone usage, and other health related challenges, more than 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Poor quality sleep hurts your focus, makes you irritable, and leaves you with less energy to enjoy the things you love most. Chronic sleep issues can also increase your risk for obesity, heart disease, cognitive decline and dementia.
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For thousands of years, the use of natural medicines and herbal remedies has long been a significant part of Chinese culture. Now, with an increasing interest in holistic medicines and treatments to enhance prevention for ailments around the world, a greater number of people, both young and old, are seeking alternative options to integrate with Western medicine.
For over 3000 years, ancient practitioners of healthy living have turned to Ayurveda. Derived from the Sanskrit word Ayur (meaning life) and veda (meaning knowledge and science), Ayurveda literally translates to the science of living.