Welcome to the Carly Snyder, MD Health and Wellness Blog. This post will serve as an introduction to the blog, with a brief review of the various topics found throughout my blog.
Photo attribution: "Mom and baby playing" by Haylee Sherwood (Flickr)
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Unlike most other brands on the market, Nine Naturals is free of ALL of the yucky stuff: NO Sulfates, Parabens, Phthalates, Petrochemicals, DEA, Synthetic Fragrances, or Artificial Preservatives. They make all the essentials, and you can order small trial sizes first to find your favorites. Their website is easy to navigate, bright, inviting and full of helpful information about 'safe beauty'.
Even if you aren’t pregnant or planning a pregnancy, you can still feel good about using Nine Naturals because minimizing toxin exposure is always a good idea to maximize your health. I personally love their citrus shampoo. My hair has never been so shiny or soft!
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Or subscribe to their newsletter; full of helpful tips and thoughtfully chosen articles.">Nine Naturals' beauty products are free of all of the yucky stuff - absolutely no Sulfates, Parabens, Phthalates, Petrochemicals, DEA, Synthetic Fragrances, or Artificial Preservatives. It is a great product line for pregnancy, and beyond.
Nine Naturals’ beauty products are free of all of the yucky stuff – absolutely no Sulfates, Parabens, Phthalates, Petrochemicals, DEA, Synthetic Fragrances, or Artificial Preservatives. It is a great product line for pregnancy, and beyond.
Photo attribution: Caring Mother by Pawel Loj (Flickr)
Having a new baby means saying goodbye to sleep, right? Not necessarily. Sleep is as essential as water to sustain life, and this doesn’t change postpartum. In fact, during the healing time after delivery, sleep is even more important. Not only can sleep be restorative, but failure to sleep enough increases the chance of postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.