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Category: Blog

Spring Oasis’s blog is here to help you stay up to date on the movement for healthier life.

Leading an overall healthy and happy life is something most people aim for. Yet, some are still learning what it takes to achieve this level of success.

Being in a state of wellbeing that’s fulfilling in your eyes is the key to true happiness. So for some, success is about financial wellness and health, then for other’s, it’s all about relationship wellness and fitness.

Those who focus on a more holistic approach to their well-being are more likely to obtain a more balanced life that’s fulfilling in more ways than one.

And that’s where wellness blogs come into play. These act as a platform and resource for anyone who’s looking to improve their wellness on different levels.

Our blog focus on one or more of these dimensions, providing readers with a way to improve their lifestyles.

 

Commom Causes of Low Energy Levels

Do you constantly feel tired? Do you wonder why you tire easily? Other questions, which can bug your mind might be: Do I have an undiagnosed disease causing low energy levels? Does my age, poor diet, stress levels (from thinking what could cause your low energy levels) and persistent lackRead More

Seven Dimensions of Wellness

Wellness is much more than merely physical health, exercise or nutrition. It is the full integration of states of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. The model used by our campus includes social, emotional, spiritual, environmental, occupational, intellectual and physical wellness. Each of these seven dimensions act and interact in a wayRead More

ONDAMED: A non-disease label approach to improving body functions versus treating disease

An approach that rapidly allows you to find the hidden physiological and emotional cause of your symptoms while simultaneously stimulating your nervous system with specific therapeutic fields. Some of the benefits include: Enhancing metabolism in cells & cellular environment Affecting different kinds of tissue including soft tissue, cartilage, and evenRead More