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I have not posted on the blog in a long time. It is not because of a lack of words to say, but the issue of not wanting to accept the words I have to say. 383 more words


Nervous System: The Three Stages

Change in the Self seems to alter relationships. It’s interesting to witness. A change happened recently for me, in that I was able to cope with lonliness. 579 more words


Sniffing & gasping can prevent fainting!

Sniffing and gasping for air can prevent people from fainting says a preliminary study by Dr. Marta Bavolarova, a cardiologist at , Slovak Republic.

Fainting – also called syncope is a sudden, brief loss of consciousness and posture caused by decreased blood flow to the brain. 398 more words


Meditation Retreat

I spent last weekend at the Shambhala Mountain Center doing a meditation retreat. It was a lovely get-away and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in that sort of thing. 492 more words

Disconnect to Reconnect - How to have a healthy lifestyle with your digital devices

Never before has there been a time in history when we are so globally connected in real time. The average American spend more than half of their waking life staring at a screen. 1,112 more words

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and Chiropractic

Decreased heart rate variability is associated with all-cause mortality, depression, diabetes, air pollution, impaired cognitive performance, and memory retrieval. A growing body of evidence from across disciplines suggests the HRV may be used to address adaptive capacity and autonomic nervous system balance. 160 more words


Neurovertebral Influence Upon the Autonomic Nervous System

In a 2 part series, Rome assessed nearly 500 papers addressing spine-related neural reflexes upon organic symptoms, signs and conditions and the somato-autonomic influence. This incredible resource should be read by every practicing chiropractor, particularly those who see the value of chiropractic care as limited to musculoskeletal pain syndromes. 37 more words