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

How Friends Can Affect Your Health

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 on how friendship is good for your health as well as things to look out for at the pool or beach when your child is playing with their friends.

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 information useful!

FROM THE EDITOR

Life’s Simplest Pleasures

Many of us remember our parents telling us to eat our vegetables and drink our milk because of the much-toted health benefits associated with proper nutrition. However, most likely, none of us were told to spend time having fun with our friends in order to stay healthy. Yet friendship may be more important for your health and longevity than you know.

In this month’s issue, we explore the importance of significant friendships and how they can help us live longer, happier lives.

Discover how time spent with friends can help you stay healthy

Also in this month’s issue, with both children and adults spending time in the water cooling off this summer, it is important to practice safety to prevent accidents. Did you ever hear of dry drowning? It’s possible, and excited children playing games in the water should always be supervised. Just a bit of water in the lungs can cause dry drowning.

Learn how to recognize signs of dry drowning….

Finally, get organized! It’s summer, an ideal time to spend with friends and family, get organized, and revise routines that no longer work at home. Time management is essential when everyone has their own vacation agenda!

Simple tips to make the most of your time off

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

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

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For health’s sake! How friendships foster wellness

Many of us take friendship for granted as a part of life or something that automatically comes along with existence. But did you know that people who actively seek out spending time with friends are also healthier and live longer?

What many of us fail to realize is that friendships form an integral and crucial part of our development and help mold who we are. The security and acceptance we find in friendships also gives us strength and courage during trying times.

The link between emotional and physical health

Time spent with friends help us relieve stress, feel empowered, and provides fresh new perspectives when needed. Combined with natural remedies, our friendships can provide strong, effective stress relief!

Learn more about how friends impact your health >

Dangers of Dry Drowning

Learn how to stay safe

With vacation time for kids officially here, it is likely many of them will be headed towards the closest body of water to cool off, and many of us adults have fond summer memories of enjoying similar fun with our own friends. However, a little known phenomenon likely few of us has heard of—dry drowning – may put a deadly damper on carefree fun unless precautions are taken.

Not much is known about dry drowning, also known as a shallow water blackout. A person who dry-drowns typically displays few or no symptoms when the actual drowning is occurring, and sometimes symptoms or effects appear hours after actually being in water.

This shouldn’t be a cause to panic or to forbid your children from enjoying the many benefits of swimming and playing in water. Dry drowning is considered rare; however, there are some warning signs you should learn to spot.

When a small amount of water is inhaled and goes to the lungs, in some people it can produce a delayed reaction.  Experts say the first sign to look for is breathing difficulties.  This can be one of the most obvious signs, though it doesn’t always occur.

learn moRE About dry drowning >


Summer days drifting away…

Tips for syncing into the new season

Vacations are here, which inevitably leads to shifts in daily routines and time management habits.  On the flip side, this usually means less stress and time spent worrying, and more time to dedicate to family and friends.

To help maintain healthy lifestyles during this shift in season, the following few simple tips can help everyone transition smoothly. 

GET GREAT TIPS to manage summer rountines >

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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 Babies on Vacation- July 2008 contest!

Congratulations to Alexandra who will receive $50 worth of Native Remedies products.  

click here for details on our next contest >

 

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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.

QUESTION 1

"I currently am taking meds for my thyroid. I suffer from fatigue, which really slows me down. What could I add to this?"

-Barbara S.

ANSWER

Hi Barbara,

We recommend our product Thyroid Assist™, which helps to support healthy thyroid functioning, and assist with low mood, fatigue, constipation, weight-gain and other symptoms associated with thyroid problems.

However, using Thyroid Assist may mean that you will need less medication and it is therefore strongly recommended that you ask your doctor to monitor thyroid functioning and adjust the dosage of your medication if necessary.

Thyroid Assist, along with a healthy diet and lifestyle, can help to maintain thyroid health.

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

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QUESTION 2

"I just came out of the hospital. Now my white blood cell count is very low, hence a weak immune system. My question is-- how does ImmunityPlus work in the body? Does it help generate white blood cells? Thanks! "

- Qinhao

ANSWER

Hi Qinhao,

ImmunityPlus™ is a 100% safe, non-addictive natural herbal remedy formulated to safely maintain the health and systemic balance of the immune system, without harmful side effects and stimulants.

ImmunityPlus contains a selection of herbs known for their supportive function in maintaining immune system health and well-being. It supports the healthy functioning of the immune system, thereby helping to maintain the natural defense against pathogens and optimum performance.

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