Tag Archives: central nervous system

Music on your brain

December 4, 2013

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by Jill Mattson —  Music as entertainment is just the tip of the iceberg. Music is a hidden giant with far-ranging impacts on our health and learning. It is easily accessible and inexpensive. So, what is wrong with this solution and why is it not used more? Music stimulates regions of the brain responsible for […]

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Living with Lyme disease

August 19, 2013

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  Lyme disease (LD) can be a lifelong battle with many complications and setbacks. The biggest obstacle is obtaining an early and proper diagnosis. LD is often called “The Great Imitator” because it mimics numerous disorders such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and ADHD. Testing for it is […]

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Anxiety/Panic Attacks

December 5, 2012

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by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Anxiety is a very uncomfortable feeling of nervousness, irritability or foreboding about the future. Panic attacks, also known as anxiety attacks, are sudden drastic increases in anxiety to the point where one may have trouble breathing, muscles tighten, the pulse rate increases, and one may collapse or even urinate or […]

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How to find relief from hemorrhoids

October 1, 2012

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by Dr. Jennifer Burns —  More than 30 million people in this country are asking, “How do I get rid of my hemorrhoids?” Two different types of hemorrhoids, external and internal, are the source of great aggravation for many. Both come with varying signs, symptoms and degrees of severity. Hemorrhoids can result from several different […]

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Better health with color, light, sound and aroma

September 12, 2012

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by Dr. Renee Waldman —  How have you handled the challenges of preparing for a test, race, promotion or class reunion? Whether you are aspiring to lose weight, improve your fitness, increase mental acuity or achieve greater emotional resilience, nearly everyone has, at one time or another, pursued a self-set goal. When we encounter perceived […]

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Low-dose chemo (IPT) is a better cancer alternative

August 2, 2012

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by Dr. Frank George —  Cancer cells have an Achilles heel: sugar. Cancer cells gobble sugar for their energy supply, whereas most other cells use fat as their energy source. This difference is the key to IPT, or insulin potentiated therapy. In IPT, the patient relaxes in a lounge chair with an IV. Insulin is […]

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Stretching and strengthening your fibromyalgia away

March 1, 2012

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by Betsy Timmerman —  Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain syndrome that has reached epidemic proportions today. Once believed to affect 2 to 4 percent of the population, that estimate has climbed in recent years. Chronic pain in all four quadrants of the body for more than three months is the leading definition of the illness, […]

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C1 subluxation and Blair Chiropractic

February 27, 2012

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by Dr. Tony Montoya —  Health means being able to move and breathe without discomfort or pain. It does not necessarily mean that we are able to run marathons or become elite athletes. Health, as stated in the dictionary, simply means freedom of disease or ailment. We contract a disease or ailment because our immune […]

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A sensitive issue

February 25, 2012

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by Chris M. Lyon —  Do you feel that you are deeply affected by other people or situations in your life, or do you know a loved one who feels that way? Well-known psychiatrist Dr. Carl Jung called a person who experiences life like this a “sensitive.” Dr. Elaine Aron coined the term “highly sensitive […]

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Escaping the fibromyalgia maze

February 23, 2012

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by Betsy Timmerman —  Most people who suffer from fibromyalgia (FM) never find their true path to recovery. They often spend year after year trying new treatments, techniques, doctors, medications and supplements but never really improve enough to say they are living a full life with little or no pain. FM is a complex syndrome […]

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