by Dr. Judith Orloff, MD
Emotional freedom means learning how to stay centered in a stressful, highly emotionally charged world. Since emotions such as fear, anger, and frustration are energies, you can potentially “catch” them from people without realizing it. If you tend to be an emotional sponge, it’s vital to know how to avoid taking on an individual’s negative emotions...
Editor´s Note from Doris Helge: I’m guessing you are sensitive, intuitive and truly committed to helping this world become an even better place. Part of what happens when we’re “sensitives” includes unconsciously absorbing other people’s stresses or other negative energy. Enjoy some helpful tips that will prevent taking on energy that isn’t yours and won’t help you fulfill your mission on Earth.
by Beverley Hawkins
As many of you may be aware essential oils can be very helpful in times of Emotional Stress and Disharmony. Because our sense of smell is hot wired directly into the limbic system of the brain, aroma can elicit a mood or memory response before you are even aware of what you have smelled, or sometimes even before you realize you have experienced an aroma at all...
by Dr. Benjamin Martin, DC
Pregnancy affects every woman differently. The changes in hormones, weight, and the stress relating to the birth all affect health during pregnancy...
Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: "You're glowing!" is a common compliment for a pregnant woman's appearance. By following Dr. Ben Martin's tips, pregnant women can glow on the inside too! He covers advice on food, exercise, and the benefits of Chiropractic care.
by Bobby Seigetsu Avstreih
Our brains are hard-wired for grammar, rhythm and flow - in other words, for stories. An infant, when played a tape of a mother's comforting words in Chinese or English or Russian, will smile at the observer's face. But when the same types of sounds are removed from their context, are scrambled and played as random 'nonsense', the infant shows distress. As we learn words we continue to express our need for order through storytelling...
by Dr. Luciano Di Loreto, HBSc, DC
Have you ever experienced a headache that refers from the back of the neck to your eye?...
Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: All headaches have a certain cause behind them. Some may be triggered by stress, hormones, or certain foods. In this article, Dr. Di Loreto explains the Cervicogenic Headache, which is caused by joint fixations (subluxations) and corresponding muscle tightness.
by Sharon Sherman
You may have heard of PTSD, which stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is an anxiety disorder that sometimes develops after a person is exposed to a traumatic event. PTSD can be triggered by a wide range of events including - but definitely not limited to - a violent assault, disasters (natural or human-caused), an accident or military combat...
Editor's Note: In my practice, I have seen acupuncture help veterans and other suffering from PTSD.
by Dr. Greco, DC
Overuse injuries occur to muscle, joints, ligaments and connective tissue (fascia) when they are stressed without adequate time for repair...
Editor´s Note from Abbey Denaro: Did you know that most people spend an average of 8-18 hours a day performing the same task? Things like typing and prolonged sitting lead to overuse injuries, which can turn into chronic problems. Dr. Greco explains why overuse injuries develop and why it's so important to prevent them.
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