Nick Polizzi – Every human on this planet has experienced some type of physical pain in their lifetime. One of the great equalizers, pain knows no race, gender or creed.
It is often billed as an unfortunate occurrence to be avoided at all costs, but pain is actually quite useful— in the right amounts. Pain is here to warn us when things are out of balance – from an acute injury like a cut or sprain, to a chronic underlying condition like rheumatoid arthritis or a digestive disorder.
No matter what type of pain it is, one thing is for certain – there’s no reason for you to be in constant pain. Its primary function is to help our healing process and it should go away on its own or be easy to soothe with the right lifestyle practices… this is the focus of today’s piece.
Arjun Walia – Dr. Asseem Malhotra is known as one of the most influential cardiologists in Britain and a world-leading expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. Currently, he is leading a huge campaign against excess sugar consumption.
What also makes him unique is something he recently admitted took him decades to figure out: that our entire medical system, one of the main ‘protectors’ of the human race, is completely corrupt.
He now believes that medical education is a state of “complete system failure,” causing “an epidemic of misinformed doctors.” He also stated that honest doctors can no longer practice honest medicine, and that there is also a growing epidemic of patients who are being harmed.
There is no denying that to some extent, medicine and doctors have done a lot of good and saved a lot of lives. However, an over-reliance on doctors for our health and well-being has spawned a serious problem, one that should be in the spotlight and immediately fixed.
Dr. Joseph Mercola – The human body literally glows, emitting a visible light in extremely small quantities at levels that rise and fall with the day. Past research has shown that the body emits visible light, 1,000 times less intense than the levels which can be seen with the naked eye. In fact, virtually all living creatures emit very weak light.
To learn more about this faint visible light, scientists in Japan employed extraordinarily sensitive cameras capable of detecting single photons. Five healthy male volunteers in their 20’s were placed bare-chested in front of the cameras in complete darkness in light-tight rooms for 20 minutes every three hours.
The researchers found the body glow rose and fell over the day, with its lowest point at 10 AM and its peak at 4 PM, dropping gradually after that. These findings suggest there is light emission linked to the body clock, most likely due to how metabolic rhythms fluctuate over the course of the day. Faces glowed more than the rest of the body. This might be because faces are more tanned than the rest of the body, since they get more exposure to sunlight.
Gone are the days when words like “life energy” and “aura” were relegated to a few books in a tiny section of some New Age store. Today, scientists across the world are investigating the energies that propel, and likely even rule, life itself and hence have profound impact on your health.
Testosterone levels are continually falling nowadays. There are many reasons for that. Reports indicate people who smoke and indulge in other unhealthy habits suffer from low testosterone levels and contribute to this growing social problem. In addition, diet often isn’t a healthy one. All these factors combine to inhibit maintenance of natural testosterone levels.
It’s true that costly hormone therapy is one way to increase testosterone levels. However, is accompanied by several unwelcome side effects. And there is actually no need to go through such painful treatment options when you can improve your testosterone levels naturally.
Here’s what you need to do to increase your testosterone levels naturally:
Reduce Stress Levels Consciously
Stress is something almost all of us suffer from at some point in life. While its effects are known to be devastating, one aspect not often discussed is that stress can lead to a lowered sex urge and cause testosterone levels to fall.
It’s a known fact that stress acts destructively on your testosterone levels. What’s also fact is that as testosterone levels keep falling bones are likely to weaken and, in some cases, fracture. Stress also contributes to abdominal fat gain. Continue reading “How To Increase Testosterone Naturally”→
Dr. Mercola – “Exercise less, move more” and “nutritional movement” — these are innovative concepts that have been popularized by Katy Bowman, author of “Move Your DNA : Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement,” whom I first learned about from readers commenting on my articles.
Katy is a biomechanist by training, but refers to herself as a movement ecologist. Biomechanism is a rather specialized academic path where you study physiology and anatomy through a filter of geometry and physics.
“It’s kind of understanding how physiology and physical forces work together,” she explains.
“Most people are probably familiar with biomechanics in sports performance. A lot of people use biomechanics experts to help modify their golf swing …
A lot of people will take a class or two in biomechanics as they make their way through different healthcare modalities. But that was my entire focus. My undergrad and graduate school was just studying biomechanics.”