EECP therapy has been shown to improve blood flow, reduce inflammation, and promote the growth of new blood vessels, which can all contribute to a
Especially for those with digestive issues, feasting during the holidays can be a huge source of discomfort.
Cookies, gluten, candy, fudge, heavy dishes with red meats and sauces, eggnog, fried latkes, creamy potatoes, cheese plate after cheese plate…
They’re all pretty much an irritated bowel’s worst nightmare. The last thing you want to experience when you’re packing double your normal activity itinerary into busy days laced with the stress of insistent merriment is an upset tummy and an extra-long retreat to the bathroom.
As Robert Frost so eloquently put it many years ago, “nothing gold can stay.” True as it was in Frost’s poem – ”So Eden sank to
Finding a rogue hair on your chin is the least of your worries, if you’re perimenopausal. What a mouthful – but what does it mean?
Onism: The name given to the feeling of realizing how little of the world we’ll each get to experience.
Anemoia: The name given to the feeling of being nostalgic for something you haven’t actually experienced.
Monachopsis: The name given to the feeling that you don’t belong where you are, that you’re not in the right place.
As granular as human beings have gotten through millennia of analysis…
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, all of these hyper focused feelings fall into one of only seven categories – the seven emotions.
It’s the holistic anthem: “have you tried yoga?”
Every three minutes, people with chronic mental disorders, stressful jobs, busy families, and physical constraints are advised by yogis that stretching it out can change their entire outlook — spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally.
That statistic isn’t real, but it sounds likely, doesn’t it?
Now, yoga cannot solve everything.
But the insistent cries of yoga-believers aren’t unfounded.