6 Tips for Supporting Your Bone Health

Many young adults likely don’t give much thought to their bone health, as they instead focus on other ways to maintain their bodies. However, consistently considering your bone health even in your 20s and 30s can give you a leg up when it comes to preventing osteoporosis in later years. Your bones are live, active tissue that can grow stronger or weaker, and they’re vital to your body’s functionality. 

Take Your Social Presence to the Next Level! Join the Team & Help Us Spread the Word

Do you have a rockin’ Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube account? We’re looking to reward and collaborate with social media lovers, influencers, and reviewers on future campaigns. Let’s take your love of Natural Wellbeing to the next level!

Everything You Need to Know About Menopause

Menopause is a reality for all women. Although the age you begin your transition and the symptoms you have might differ from your family and friends, menopause is a shared experience that’s more understood now than ever before. During this time, it’s important that you take time to take care of your body and mind. Exercise, get sleep, eat healthily and spend time destressing to help make all your symptoms easier to manage and mitigate the potential for health risks, chronic stress, anxiety or depression.

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Happy International Women's Day! What helps you feel inspired, fulfilled, centered and present in the moment? Be a part of the conversation over at Natural Wellbeing’s Daily Dose of Wellness Facebook Group ! A place for women like you to feel empowered and supported, and to also help empower others. A place to reconnect with your optimal health and wellbeing, with self-care, and to share uplifting stories of inspiration.
Supplements as Self-Care: Natural Wellbeing on Ep. 66 of Sup, Babe? Podcast

Last week, our own clinical herbalist Paulina Nelega was a guest on episode 66 of the Sup, Babe? Podcast. With host Nicole Rose, she discussed the value of self-care, how and when to incorporate supplements into your lifestyle, and the process behind how we develop our supplements. Listen here to enjoy this enlightening, fun, and candid conversation. 

Introducing Bladder Control Plus™ with Urox®: A Powerful Herbal Blend for Confidence and Control

The newest addition to our Life Transitions™ lineup, Bladder Control Plus™ with Urox® offers a patented blend of herbs clinically proven to help you regain control! With the addition of cornsilk, this formula offers soothing action on irritated urinary tract tissues and helps relax an overactive bladder.

How You Can Manage The Reality of Bladder Incontinence

Many women will experience loss of bladder control (incontinence) over the course of their lifetime, and are twice as likely as men to experience it! Outside of its physical effects, bladder leakage can also induce frustration and embarrassment in sufferers. It can benefit women of all ages to learn about incontinence issues and how to help manage them - not to mention, also disempowering any stigma around this common condition through preparation and open communication.

8 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions During COVID-19

The changing of the calendar year is a landmark moment, and never more than this year. It’s the ultimate fresh start, like opening a crisp new notebook. We can’t look forward to 2021 without acknowledging that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, speculating on the coming year may still be a little daunting! However, spending time setting our New Year’s resolutions with intention can still be a powerful act of resistance and hope for the future. 

Can I Experience Seasonal Depression in the Warmer Months?

It’s easy to understand why some people feel down during winter: the days are short, the weather is cold, it’s difficult to spend time outside, and you might not be getting enough vitamin D. You may have heard of seasonal affective disorder or SAD, a form of depression that crops up based on the time of year. For some, the onset of cold and shorter, dark days triggers SAD. But there are others who, instead of experiencing the onset of SAD in winter, are susceptible to SAD during the warm and sunny months.