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

Take Care of Yourself & Your Kids This Summer

Take Care of Yourself & Your Kids This Summer

In This Issue:

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 about the importance of keeping your child’s medication on track during summer vacation, how to better manage insomnia and obesity by reducing life’s stressors, as well as great tips that have helped many of our customers in the past.

I hope you find this information useful!


Summer Support

With vacations around the corner, children are already planning what to do with their free time. So are parents! 

However, with the fun fast approaching, it’s easy for parents to forget about sticking to a continuity schedule for their children’s remedies. Your summer planning should include a strategy for keeping your kids on track with any remedies they are taking-- even if they are on a break from school.

If you are getting ready for summer and have a child with a learning disorder, this is the newsletter for you! Discover simple ways of helping ensure that your child stays focused and make the most out of his summer vacation!

Read our complete ADD/ADHD summer survival guide

Also in this month’s issue, you can discover helpful insight on the link between obesity and insomnia-- and simple techniques to address both!

Stress management can help you fight the battle of the bulge and get better sleep.

Learn effective ways to solve sleep problems that contribute to obesity

During the hot days of summer a nice cold glass of H20 can be very refreshing; but how much water do you really need? Do you drink 8 glasses a day or do you drink water only to quench your thirst? We explore the facts and myths surrounding how much is really enough.

Simple tips to see if you’re drinking enough water

As always, we'd love to receive your feedback on our newsletter, and any thoughts or suggestions you June have. Thank you for choosing Native Remedies!

Send us an email at editor@nativeremedies.com and tell us what you think.



Paulette Gough, Editor
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Summer is No Time to Slack - (on your natural remedies)

With vacations and a more laid-back mindset the norm for many families during the summer months, it is easy to neglect health routines that are upheld during the school year… including maintaining exercise, diet, or even taking remedies.

Of course, both parents and children need vacation time to unwind and relax in a less structured (and arguably more creative way) than they are able to do at school. The long summer break offers an ideal opportunity for all of these essential activities!

However, many parents of children with concentration and behavioral problems such as ADD/ADHD, ODD, anxiety, Autism and Asperger's Syndrome report that vacations can be stressful for children as well as parents. When they are over, children often take weeks to settle back into the routine of school.


Insomnia and Obesity - Can Reducing Stress Address Them Both?

With obesity rates and stress levels in America climbing to all-time highs, it is no wonder that people are having such a hard time sleeping. Recently, a connection between insomnia and obesity has been discovered within the region of the brain that controls sleep and waking known as the hypothalamus… which may help explain why insomnia seems so prevalent in obese individuals.

Researchers observed that hypocretin neurons (which play an essential role in both arousal and appetite) are not able to filter “noise” from brain signals. They also found that the neurons rapidly re-organize and become more excitable as a response to stressors such as food deprivation.

They observed that when these neurons are continuously over-activated by environmental or mental stress, they may learn to support sustained arousal—thus triggering sleeplessness and over-eating. They also established that the more stress an individual has, the easier it becomes for hypocretin neurons to become excited.


Drink To Your Health

Learn how to address thirst

With the heat of summer around the corner, many of us begin to wonder—how much water is really necessary? Experts agree on one thing—it’s not the same amount for everyone.

Diet and lifestyle are two important considerations. Vegetarians, for example, obtain a lot of water from fruits and vegetables and won’t have the same needs as an athlete who thrives on a high-protein diet and trains many hours a day. Climate is another factor to account for when calculating daily water needs. People living in dry climates will dehydrate much sooner than those living in more humid environments.



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.


"Can Focus Formula™ be used with prescription medication, which my 16-year-old daughter currently takes?"



Hi Theresa,

Due to the high safety profile of our ingredients, it is perfectly safe for your daughter to use our Focus Formula along with prescription medication.

For further info, please go to:
Focus Formula

Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Warm regards,

The Native Remedies Team
Phone: +1 (253) 620-4542
Fax +1 (928) 832-4552


"Do any of the products for weight management cause any problems for someone with heart and stomach problems?"

- Mary


Hi Mary,

We can recommend our EcoSlim™. This is a healthy herbal supplement which can maintain a healthy weight and balanced metabolism without harming your health.

We also recommend that you add our Triple Complex Slimmer's Assist™ to your daily supplements. Triple Complex Slimmer's Assist is a combination of three cellular-supporting tissue salts each selected for their supportive effect on metabolism and digestion-- which can greatly affect weight management.

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We Wish You Good Health!

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