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Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of Osteopathic Medicine, said: "To find health should be the object of the doctor, anyone can find disease". Here is some information about daily activities that promote health.
A Vision for Health Care Andrew Still, the founder of Osteopathy, said anyone can find disease but goal should be to find health. Osteopaths are doctors with the letters D O after their name. There is another type of doctor called Naturopath. They are trained in natural healing techniques and have the letters N D…Read More
If we use our limited time and hard earned money to keep our cars running well and helping them last, even though they can be replaced, doesn’t it make sense to optimize our mind and body’s health since they cannot be replaced. Now that cars have computer systems that can alert the owner about potential…Read More
Habits are learned automatic reflex responses or behaviors that become part of your brains memory. They are done without thought or unconsciously. They allow the brain to conserve energy which is important for the evolutionary process. Habits permit you to multi-task. Although according to John Medina PhD, a researcher and author, multi-tasking is ineffective for…Read More
Sleep quality and quantity may be the most important component of the biochemical balance that promotes health. This should be addressed first with any chronic illness unless pain is involved. Sleep not only serves an essential restorative function for the brain but also has been linked to an increased risk factor for diabetes, obesity and…Read More
Mindset has two aspects that contribute to your health and wellbeing: your belief system and maintaining parasympathetic tone. Your belief system is what you believe to be true or possible. Many of your beliefs originate from experiences that occur early in your life. These may act on an unconscious level in your brain and make…Read More
Breathing The way you breath and how often you do it may have the greatest impact on your health than anything else you do to improve your health. To put it simply you should breathe through your nose, slowly (about 5 1/2 times per minute, deeply from your diaphragm or belly and with your exhalation…Read More
Your body is over 70% water and it is eliminated through urination and sweating. This elimination is necessary to remove unneeded and toxic chemicals from your body in order to maintain the function of your body’s cells and your health. The lost water needs to be replaced in the amount of about ½ ounce per…Read More
Dr. Weston Price • Prominent dentist, head of the American Dental Association of his time • Traveled the world in the 1930s studying nutrition Native People • Had plaque on their teeth, but had virtually no tooth decay or gum disease • Did not get impacted wisdom teeth because jaws were wider • Had healthy…Read More
It has become common knowledge that sitting is about as unhealthy as smoking. Therefore any movements that do not involve sitting (unless you are unable to stand) or cause pain will be beneficial. Walking is not only the easiest form of exercise, but also when combined with a nature experience, it is relaxing. Movements that…Read More