It takes time to reach this level but it is most rewarding, because you can actually enjoy living healthy 100% life.
The Hypertension Optimal Treatment (HOT) Study confirms a dangerous flaw of aspirin. In this study, 18,790 hypertensive patients took 75 mg of aspirin or a placebo daily for 3.8 years—and the aspirin group had more risk than benefit. (Increased major internal bleeding by 65%!)
And a study reported in the American Heart Journal concludes […]
Most of us heard know of someone who was looking good, feeling fine and yet being diagnosed of a live threatening disease in such a severe stage that they have been given a death sentence. They have been lead to a death trap believing that if they feel good they must be well! There […]
Human Potential, Wasted or Gained (Reactive vs. Proactive)
Benjamin Franklin said “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
I can guarantee that what you about to read you already experienced before in your life. I know, as well as my heart, your heart too, hurts when we see people being sick, suffering, mislead, misguided […]
Mercury Toxicity in the Unborn and Young By: Jeanne Ohm, D.C., F.I.C.P.A. Working with the effects of chemical stress on the nervous system, it is important we become aware substances in our environment which adversely affect children from conception and throughout childhood. One such neurotoxin is mercury and depending on the exposure levels, mercury can […]
src=”http://allhealthykids.info/images/brands/chiro/community_content_member/chiropractic_mantra.png” width=”200″ height=”200″ />To find your mantra you can go to a peaceful place, sit in a comfortable position, and focus on a word or phrase that you find relaxing.
Autogenic means something that comes from within you. During this type of relaxation, you repeat words or suggestions in your mind to help you relax […]
Control Your Breathing
Relaxed breathing, also called diaphragmatic breathing, can help you relieve stress.
Have you ever noticed how you breathe when you’re stressed? Stress typically causes rapid, shallow breathing. This kind of breathing sustains other aspects of the stress response, such as rapid heart rate and perspiration. If you can get control of your breathing, the […]