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How to Access your Energy in 2020

When you compliment someone on their energy, or even notice someone else’s energy, what are you really saying?

You’re alluding to an intangible — a force, a feeling, a figurative quality.

You’re going to keep hearing that word all year — energy — in headlines, in articles, in documentaries, on podcasts. 

That’s because everyone is trying to get at the same point.

When Your Pup’s Got an Itch They Can’t Scratch…

Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as single-payer pet healthcare.

And since they don’t have jobs, it’s up to you to decide when their ailments are serious enough to require vet visits…

Or when there may be a topical fix at home. 

The average price of a vet visit for a dog can range between $50 and $400. 

Staying informed as a pet owner is the best thing you can do to save yourself some money.

Can Changing The Way You Brush Your Teeth Rid You Of Chronic Disease?

When you brush your teeth, are you spitting red?

Probably.

About 90% of the population admits to it. 

Bleeding gums, as we know, is generally a sign that your gums are inflamed. And if there’s anything we know about inflammation, it’s that it’s bad news when any body part is inflamed. It’s a symptom of infection. It means something isn’t right.

If you’re like most of the population, your understanding of what goes on in your mouth is limited. Basically, you notice when something out of the ordinary happens. But…

Designing a Bedroom for Maximum Rest

Humans are the only mammals that willingly delay sleep, according to the National Sleep Foundation. 

And we all have our reasons — we’re busy, we’re anxious, we’ve got a big day to prepare for tomorrow. 

But delaying sleep, or getting subpar sleep, poisons every other aspect of our functionality. 

Restful sleep is associated with juiced creativity, better academic performance, stronger muscle development, lower risk of depression, steadier blood sugar, stronger heart health, curbing weight gain, faster memory recall, and it gives the brain a chance to flush out toxins.

Dr. Pedram Shojai

NY Times Best Selling author and film maker. Taoist Abbot and Qigong master. Husband and dad. I’m here to help you find your way and be healthy and happy. I don’t want to be your guru…just someone who’ll help point the way. If you’re looking for a real person who’s done the work, I’m your guy. I can light the path and walk along it with you but can’t walk for you.