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NativeRemedies.com - June 2008 Newsletter - 1-877-289-1235

Calming Toddlers, Tension and Tummies

Calming Tension and Troubles from Toddlers to Tummies

In This Issue:

Check out our ADD/ADHD Newsletter or our Monthly Newsletter on Taking Care of Yourself and Your Children Over Summer Vacation for more great articles!

Michele’s Message

As we go into summer, many of us will be taking a break from school, work or home obligations and routines. As always, Native Remedies will be right there to help!

This month, we have an excellent set of articles on mood disorders, including anxiety and depression in children, and the link between anxiety and gastrointestinal disorders.

In all these articles, we have included some great tips which have helped many of our customers in the past-- as well as my input as a psychologist on the subjects discussed.

I hope you find this useful.

- Michele Carelse


Simplifying Summer

When someone you are close to suffers from a mood disorder, the excitement of summer vacation is probably not as great as for others. Anxiety and depression have a way of putting the brakes on many of life's most enjoyable times.

This month's issue deals with the widely misunderstood topic of mood disorders in children. The more information you have as a parent, the more you'll be able to provide support to other members of your family, as well as effectively cope with the stress that comes from living with a person with mood disorders.

Discover simple ways of helping your child and supporting yourself >>

Also in this month's issue, we bring you insight on the link between anxiety and GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), which causes a lot of discomfort in many who suffer from high levels of stress.

By better understanding how effective stress management can lessen anxiety, you can take control of nervous system health and acidity levels in the stomach.

Learn how you can ease symptoms of stress-related stomach woes >>

Finally, learn to relax! It's summer, an ideal time for you and your family to discover helpful techniques that can change your life!

Simple tips to better manage anxiety, depression, and stress >>

As always, we'd love to receive your feedback on our newsletter, and any thoughts or suggestions you may have. Thank you for choosing Native Remedies, and remember to check out next month's newsletter for more useful information that we're sure will greatly benefit you and your family.



Paulette Gough, Editor
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Family Matters: How family interaction can affect your child!

During childhood, we develop both physically and mentally to prepare ourselves for the challenges of adulthood. The skills we learn during games and interactions with others have a profound effect on our individuality.

When a child suffers from symptoms of depression and anxiety, many of those activities can be severely disrupted-- and cognitive development can greatly suffer as a result.

It is estimated that 1 in 10 children suffer from some form of anxiety disorder, including depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

Learn more about interacting with your child >

Is Anxiety Giving You Heartburn?

Manage stress to relieve stomach discomfort

Modern day life often compromises systemic health, mainly due to poor stress management and anxiety. Now stress is considered America's #1 health problem.

A study performed by the American Psychological Association in September 2007 found that stress was a fact of life (79 percent of people agreed). However, according to survey responses, Americans routinely experience what they believe are higher than healthy levels of stress.

It is commonly known that anxiety and stress can lead to or aggravate gastrointestinal disorders, so it makes sense that a connection exists between stress, anxiety and stomach disorders like GERD or acid reflux disease.

Learn more about the physical effects of stress >

Gaining Mindfulness Through Meditation

Find out how to begin the healing...

Meditation is a discipline where the mind's intent is to gain focus and concentration power, while at the same time touching a higher state of consciousness. The idea behind meditation is to relax the body and focus thoughts on one thing for a sustained period of time.

The University of Wales has found that teaching mindfulness through meditation to people suffering from depression helps them cope with the negative thoughts present in their minds by emphasizing positive attitudes and behaviors.

Depending on your experience, you may be able to meditate for a few minutes a day or for hours at a time. Focusing your thoughts like this occupies the mind, taking it away from the problems that are causing you stress. It gives your body time to relax and recover from the stresses of the day, and clear away stress-related hormones that may have built up within the body.

Learn more about meditation >

The Results are In and…
Hayatee Hasan & Daril are our "Mommy and Me" photo contest winners!

With the great response we had from our loyal customers and so many cute pictures, it was extremely difficult to choose a winner. But after much deliberation Native Remedies is proud to announce the winner of our Mommy & Me May 2008 contest!

Congratulations to Hayatee Hasan and her son Daril of Geneva, Switzerland who will receive $50 worth of Native Remedies products.

Click here for details on our next contest>>


Ask Our Experts

When you have a question, you can always Ask Our Experts on our website. We have experts from many fields available to review your questions and provide professional advice, including our Clinical Psychologist, Michele.


" My daughter has been having "attacks" where she has trouble breathing. She also has frequent headaches and occasional stomach aches. Her doctor said it was nervousness. She doesn't want to see a counselor and I don't want her on medication. Any ideas? Thank you" -Stephanie F.


Hi Stephanie,

We can highly recommend a combination of our MindSoothe and PureCalm remedies for nervosuness.

MindSoothe is a 100% safe, non-addictive, natural herbal remedy that has been especially formulated by a Clinical Psychologist for adults and teens, and comes in a compact capsule form, making it easy to take.

MindSoothe can be used to safely maintain emotional health, balanced mood and systemic harmony in the brain and nervous system, without harmful side effects.

This remedy contains a selection of herbs known for their calming and supportive function in maintaining brain and nervous system health, emotional balance and overall well-being.

Many people like to use our PureCalm drops while they are waiting for the Mindsoothe to provide full support. PureCalm drops are wonderfully calming and relaxing without causing drowsiness. PureCalm is a 100% safe, non-addictive herbal remedy that has been specially formulated by a Clinical Psychologist for adults and children.

PureCalm can been used to safely maintain harmony, health and systemic balance in the brain and nervous system, without harmful side effects and without sedatives. This remedy contains a selection of herbs known for their supportive role in maintaining brain function.


"What is the best combination of remedies to take for sleep problems and generalized nerves that can be taken together to support both issues? " -Erin G.


Hi Erin,

We can highly recommend our Triple Complex Sleep Tonic. Sleep Tonic is a remedy containing a combination of three, cellular-supporting tissue salts especially selected for their effect on brain and nervous system health. This combination of tissue salts can be used regularly in a general capacity to promote systemic balance in the brain and nervous system, as well as in conjunction with other remedies to maintain therapeutic effectiveness.

Making sure that all the cells of your brain and nervous system are functioning effectively will also mean that you will enhance the bio-availability of all supplements, remedies and even nutrients in your diet - thereby maximizing all your brain health efforts! For common nerves we recommend MindSoothe- a 100% safe, non-addictive, natural herbal remedy that has been especially formulated by a Clinical Psychologist for adults and teens, and comes in a compact capsule form, making it easy to take.

MindSoothe can be used to safely maintain emotional health, balanced mood and systemic harmony in the brain and nervous system, without harmful side effects.

Because all the ingredients of our remedies are manufactured using the full-spectrum method, they have a very high safety profile and are generally well tolerated without any side-effects at all. You can therefore feel quite confident in using Native Remedies as your trusted supplier of herbal and homeopathic medicines.

If you have a question for Michele, or any of our other experts, please visit Ask Our Experts on the Native Remedies website.

FAQs, Testimonials & eBooklets

We also have other resources available to help keep you informed on interesting health issues. You can check out our Frequently Asked Questions and Customer Testimonials. And, when you place an any order you can download any of our FREE eBooklets. They are available on a wide variety of subjects from anxiety to depression, weight loss and much more! There is something for everybody and we are continually adding new selections!

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