Laurie Steelsmith, ND, LAc, is a naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist who specializes in women’s health. She is the co-author of Great Sex, Naturally: Every Woman’s Guide to Enhancing Her Sexuality Through the Secrets of Natural Medicine and co-author of Natural Choices for Women’s Health: How the Secrets of Natural and Chinese Medicine Can Create a Lifetime of Wellness. Visit her website at www.DrSteelsmith.com.
The human body holds roughly eight pints of blood and more than 60,000 miles—yes, miles—of blood vessels, working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure your well-being. And yet, when your circulation isn’t functioning properly, it can cause a cornucopia of health complications. Here are seven ways to improve it.
As thrilling as traveling may be, it can also arrive with a host of health issues. Stress, jet lag, digestive issues—all can complicate your trip and lead to misery. Here are six helpful herbs to try for a smooth and enjoyable journey.
Sex can be daunting—or a total turn-off—for some women, and for various causes. The onset of menopause, a hormone imbalance, chronic stress and more can greatly affect a person’s capacity to experience the pleasure that is, in the end, their birthright. Here are seven smart, natural ways to reclaim your libido.
Endometriosis is a condition that affects roughly 11 percent of women in the United States. Fatigue, pain during intercourse, pelvic aches—all can be suggestive of this condition. Here’s all you need to know about the disorder.
It may be alluring to think that melatonin—a dietary supplement that can be purchased over-the-counter—operates exactly as a sleeping pill would. Here’s why it doesn’t, how to take it supports sleep in a different way, and how to use it smartly.