Antioxidants - When we’re exposed to UV, pollution or other stressors such as smoke and chemicals, free radicals form in the skin. At a cellular level, these free radicals can kick off a chain reaction that causes a huge path of destruction and often, ultimately, the death of the cell.
A common concern for women has always been wrinkles. With so much concentration on the eyes, cheeks, neck, and mouth many forget a part of the body that is often exposed and just as vulnerable to wrinkle as any other part of the body: the chest. However, with the advancement of chemical peels and laser resurfacing, there are now solutions to help prevent long-lasting wrinkles. First, we must understand exactly how and why chest wrinkles are formed, then, after a short guide to prevention, we will discuss how to eliminate any existing wrinkles. Read More
Experts in the field of breathwork say that as many 80% of us have dysfunctional breathing patterns. We come in to the world knowing how to breath, but as we age we appear to learn to breath shallow and short. People who are anxious tend to breathe in their upper lungs (upper chest) with shallow, rapid breaths, instead of breathing into their lower lungs (lower chest). This is one contribution to hyperventilation: shallow, upper lung breathing.