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Wednesday, June 24th, 2015

Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved!

It’s not all in your head! It’s in your hands! Before you get too excited, that is just what the latest study on what causes fibromyalgia states. Ever notice that there’s a new study released almost every few months? And that none of them point in the same direction? . . . → Read More: Fibromyalgia Mystery Finally Solved!

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

A Reflexologist’s Four Agreements

One of my all-time favorite books is the Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. The book has remained on the New York Times bestseller list every year since its release in 1997, so obviously it’s also a lot of other people’s fave. As happens every so often, I sat down to read this little gem again and for the first time started to see many applications within the world of reflexology. . . . → Read More: A Reflexologist’s Four Agreements

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

Living With, or Healing From Headaches

With media reports as prevalent as they are for headaches, you’d think there must be an increase in people affected. That turns out not to be true. In the United States at least, the statistics have held pretty steady over the last decade: approximately 12 million people visit doctors annually seeking relief from headaches. At least one-quarter of that group suffers from severe chronic tension or migraine headaches. So, why the increase in reported headaches then? A little investigating uncovers two reasons: . . . → Read More: Living With, or Healing From Headaches

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Running On Empty

If you ever questioned the effects of stress on your day-to-day life, read on. If ignored, the chronic thoughts, situation and/or behavior patterns may lead to the following sequence of events, resulting in “running on empty”. (And I’m not referring to that great Jackson Browne song!) Follow the succession of events: . . . → Read More: Running On Empty

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Prehab Beats Rehab

“Surgery is a major event – think of it as a marathon. Leading up to any major event, you need to prepare.” So says Francesco Carli, MD, one of the coauthors of a McGill University study that looked at the effects of prehabilitation (what you do before surgery to support your body) on patients’ recovery experiences. The study concluded that those who practiced a pre-op routine bounced back faster than those who didn’t. The four effective rehab actions identified in the study were: . . . → Read More: Prehab Beats Rehab

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