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Wim Hof a.k.a. Iceman is a Medical Mystery

If you’ve ever doubted the power of mind over matter, you won’t after this short film.  Wim Hof, otherwise known as “The Iceman,” is perhaps one of the most interesting and psychologically advanced humans in the world.   337 more words

Your Autonomic Nervous System Does Not “Know” Where Your Sperm is Going


Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your autonomic nervous system has conceptual frameworks. A woman, whom I had partaken in a sexual interlude with, had asked me why my autonomic nervous system would release attack sperm, used to fertilize eggs and different from blocking sperm which is used to block the sperm of rivals, if she was using her mouth to stimulate me, for it was obvious I could not impregnate her by depositing sperm in her mouth. 40 more words

Thinking About Sexuality


It turns out that being mildly stressed all day long is worse than experiencing occasionally big stresses that you get over quickly.

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Faster Is Slower

Coherent breathing is a very simple breathing technique of taking 5 breaths per minute. The purpose of this type of breathing is to increase heart rate variability (HRV).

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Therapeutic Presence

Part 2: Making New Associations: Moving from Scarcity to Plenty

So I was running on the beach today, listening Def Leppard, like you do, and a song caught my attention, as an good example for our blog today. 1,054 more words

Treating Fluoroquinolone Anxiety

Free-floating, often severe, anxiety is a common symptom of fluoroquinolone toxicity.

Fluoroquinolones thoroughly mess up GABA neurotransmitters, and GABA “plays the principal role in reducing neuronal excitability throughout the nervous system… 655 more words

Hacking Fluoroquinolone Toxicity via the Nervous System

I recently read Hacking the Nervous System, about how vagus nerve tone is connected to chronic illness.

The vagus nerve is a huge nerve that connects the brain to the various organs throughout the body. 1,535 more words