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Proof that Self-Healing Works & 5 Steps To Start Doing It Successfully

Written by on April 27, 2018 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health with 2 Comments
Proof that Self-Healing Works & 5 Steps To Start Doing It Successfully

Many of us at some point experience gastrointestinal problems when extremely angry, constipation or diarrhea when stressed, or sudden neck or back pain when worrying about money or relationships. These are widely accepted examples of the relationship between mind and body. Here are 5 steps to self-heal naturally.

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Craft Your Life: Learn How To Rewrite Your Health Story

Craft Your Life: Learn How To Rewrite Your Health Story

Rather than make New Year resolutions about your health, choose to ‘edit’ your health story. The ‘narrative choices’ we make about the traumas, choices, and events in our lives informs how we live, and how we feel about life. CHOOSE your narrative in 2017!

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Breaking: A New Link Between Nutrition And Mental Health!

Breaking: A New Link Between Nutrition And Mental Health!

Find your mental health destiny in the kitchen cabinet NOT medicine cabinet. Eating right could prevent mental illness and even treat it. Researchers predict that mental illness rates will rise as more people adopt a sedentary lifestyle and sugary, fatty Western diet.

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7 Tips To Age Proof Your Body Now

7 Tips To Age Proof Your Body Now

Our cultural programming about what to “expect” at a certain age is more powerful than our genes when it comes to how our biology will react. Start adopting these tips to age proof yourself in your 20s and 30s.

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Muscle Strength Is In The Mind: Just Imagining Arm Exercises Creates A Tangible Effect On The Body

Muscle Strength Is In The Mind: Just Imagining Arm Exercises Creates A Tangible Effect On The Body

Brain and brawn aren’t mutually exclusive—that, in fact, they have more in common than they ever thought. In a small study recently published in the Journal of Neurophysiology, researchers found that much of muscle strength is based on brain activity, rather than on the mass of the muscles themselves. “There’s a fair amount of evidence that you’ll activate the same parts of the brain doing imagery as you do if you’re actually doing the task itself,” explained Brian Clark, a physiology professor at Ohio University and the study’s lead author. “The basic thought is that the imagery is allowing the brain to maintain those connections.”

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