I often end my healing sessions saying “be sure to drink plenty of water” as I wave my lovely patient goodbye. Why so? It’s because in a healing session, loads of ‘stuff’ is shifted… physical toxicity, links to others, trauma and imprints from past lives, soul contracts, and a bit of soul retrieval to round things off. That’s thirsty work for the physical body and it’s important to keep the flow going, and to help the release to continue.
According to the folks at Mobile Learning, more than 80% of doctors use smartphone and medical apps in their own practices. Eighty-eight percent of doctors would like their patients to monitor their health at home. So-called mobile health or “mHealth” apps use smartphone technology to do everything from monitoring your diet, to examining your eyes, to showing you how to stretch and exercise. With more than 320 million mobile phones in the U.S. alone, a growing number of consumers are utilizing to mHealth technology for the convenience and cheaper cost. Here are eight health apps with good reviews that are currently available for your smartphone.
Natural health manufacturer Weleda has come up with a great travel product to pack in your bag for your summer break, made from 100% natural ingredients including organic aloe vera. It’s formulated to soothe and moisturise nasal passages in arid conditions.
I want to start by saying that the reason I am writing these articles is because I believe in helping as many people in this world as possible by first educating them about what is really happening in the world and then by sharing solutions I have uncovered which are effective... But before we look at this remarkable solution to toxic overload lets take a look at why we need to detoxify in the first place. I now know, after many years of research that the toxins come from many different things including beauty products, non organic food and the environment around us.
Even mild cases of clinical depression can feel like a veritable hell on earth. And when family and friends start offering their own advice about what and how to combat the demons, it can ratchet things down a layer or two. Just because statements hail from loving, encouraging places doesn’t necessarily mean they will fix a very real, very serious medical condition. Some, particularly those with roots in stereotypes and stigmas, might actually worsen their pain. If a friend or family member begins tangling with anxiety, depression, and related conditions, start by researching what the National Institute of Mental Health and American Psychological Association say about the basic ins and outs of the disorders. Take the time to understand their unique perspectives and experiences rather than firing off the usual cliches. Love, compassion, and empathy encourage and supplement the healing process far more than the following ever could and ever will.
Very few people realize that the worst epidemic ever to hit America, the Spanish Influenza of 1918 was the after effect of the massive nation-wide vaccine campaign. The doctors told the people that the disease was caused by germs. Viruses were not known at that time or they would have been blamed. Germs, bacteria and viruses, along with bacilli and a few other invisible organisms, are the scapegoats which the doctors like to blame for the things they do not understand. If the doctor makes a wrong diagnosis and treatment, and kills the patient, he can always blame it on the germs, and say the patient didn’t get an early diagnosis and come to him in time.
In order to maintain good health, doctors recommend people of all ages engage in some kind of brisk, physical activity for 30 minutes a day. But as we get older, the physical demands of certain kinds of exercise can become such that we may quit exercising altogether. Fortunately, there are plenty of beneficial, low-impact forms of exercise, some designed especially for senior citizens. Here are seven in no particular order. As with any exercise, start off slow. Consistency, not speed, is the key to maintaining good health.
In 1942, Mr Leslie Owen Bailey, a great philanthropist and founder of the Natural Health Society of Australia, accepted guardianship of 85 children whose mothers were unable to care for them. Raised in accordance with Natural Health principles, and cared for in the Hopewood House at Bowral, NSW, they were to become well known as the Hopewood children.
Zeolite is a fascinating all natural mineral with a unique ability in detoxing the body at a cellular level from heavy metals and chemical pollutants. The particles look like tiny cages underneath a microscope and they act exactly like a cage, trapping the toxins and then excreting them through the bodies urinary and sweat channels. Pretty incredible sounding right? Almost too good to be true? Well before you think something suspicious, the effectiveness has been independently scientifically tested to prove that it is very true. Zeolites have actually been used for many years (in water and air conditioning filtration systems) but its only in the last 10 years that people have been really aware of what it can do for human health and well being. They are fast becoming one of the most important supplements you can take.
With so many people struggling with their health these days, we really need as much help as we can get. Well the health insurance specialists over at Bupa have created some fantastic ways to help you do just that!
It’s important to have a healthy connection to the sun each day. The sun feeds our heart, it shines through our eyes and feeds our chakras with spiritual light,it feeds our cells, providing Vitamin D, it helps to activate our 12 strand DNA, it brings warmth to the body and soul and brings a greater connection to spirit and nature. The sun gives life to everything on the earth and is always shining, no matter what the weather!!
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