Reviews of Products, Books, Shows & More

ZENBands Meet Top HypnoBirthing Instructors in the UK


Hypnobirthing  is a process by which pregnant women use guided imagery, relaxation techniques, meditation, breathing exercises and sound therapy to have a natural birth with no fear. There’s an entire science behind it that goes far beyond my level of expertise and understanding. If you’re interested in learning more, google it. There’s a wealth of […]

An Honest Review on our Anxiety Relief & Sleep ZENTones Program from a Combat Veteran


I’m really passionate about finding effective alternatives to help veterans struggling with the invisible scars of war and helping them integrate back into civilian life.  I receive a lot of emails from veterans seeking natural solutions to PTSD symptoms. They are tired of pharmaceutical cocktails and tired of the side effects. I can’t blame them. […]

Teamed up with Wear Your Label for New York City Fashion Week (NYFW)


Blooming Wellness was super-thrilled to provide ZENBands for the Wear Your Label fashion show’s swag bags recently held in New York City. Wear Your Label is a new brand of clothing with a beautiful cause behind it: Fighting the stigma of mental illness. Instead of hiding in shame with mental illness, Wear Your Label encourages […]

A Review on our ZENBand and Fall Asleep ZenTones Program from Combat Veteran Mike

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The following review on our ZENTones program and ZENBand was submitted by Michael Sweeney in Texas. He’s a combat veteran, and we thank him for his service and are happy to be helping him in return.     “Before incorporating ZenTones into my sleep routine, I mainly relied on medication. The sleep that I was […]

A review from Combat Veteran, Jonathan Taylor, on our Depression ZenTones Program:

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    The following review was written by Jonathan Taylor, one of our Depression Zentone Program Users:  Although I have always suffered from mild depression, my symptoms have become much more severe since returning from Afghanistan where I was a combat medic in 2009 and 2010. Since that time, my depression come in cycles, and […]

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