Monthly Book Review October 2016 – Self Help For Your Nerves

For this month’s book review, I’ve chosen one of the classics, Dr Claire Weekes’ “Self Help For Your Nerves”. This book originally written in 1962 has become rather famous in the anxiety relief community. It’s age old wisdom, and the fact that Claire Weekes herself went through her own journey with anxiety means that it’s a […]

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A Thorough HeartMath emWave2 Review – Is It Worth The Money?

Here we’re going to be looking at the emWave2 heart rate variability training device by HeartMath. The specific version that I’m reviewing (seeing as it’s the only one that I actually have personal experience with) is the emwave2 charcoal (AMZN link). This is a device I picked up about 2 years ago, at the time being […]

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Passion Flower Extract As A Natural Anxiety Remedy

Passion Flower extract is something that I’ve just recently become aware of for it’s anxiolytic properties. I’ve tried quite a few different natural and chemically synthesized remedies for anxiety relief over the years, just off the top of my head this list more recently including Kratom, Phenibut, CBD oil, Rescue Remedy, Skullcap, Valerian and I guess alcohol. […]

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Neuro Programmer 3 – A Ridiculously In-Depth Review

On this page we’ll be having a very close look at one of the flagship products in the brain training, and brain entrainment world – Neuro Programmer 3. While there is a good amount of information already about on the web regarding this product, I feel that none of the reviews have really looked closely […]

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Monthly Book Review September 2016 – The Happiness Trap (Illustrated Version)

This is the premiere of the new Health Vibed Monthly Book Review feature! Find out more about how I choose books for this section and the specific criteria here (page in creation). For this month’s book review I’ll be discussing the wonderfully helpful book written by Australian ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) expert Russ Harris. […]

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