Mind & Body
Doctors have trained us well. In medical practice today, every body function has its own specialty: Cardiology, gastroenterology, endocrinology, podiatry, otology, ophthalmology, and on and on.
There are lots of different ways to say it.
“Whistling in the dark”, “faking it until you feel it”, and “skipping past the graveyard” are just a few examples. But they all really boil down to just one thing, and that’s the power of positive thinking.
People are always asking what are the best alternative treatments for their pain conditions. Given the vast number of modalities available under the “alternative” label, it is no wonder people feel overwhelmed when trying to choose the best one for them.
Most people don’t like getting harsh criticism from others. The reality is, though, many of us can be our own worst critics.
Dr. John E. Sarno MD is a Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, and attending physician at the Howard A. Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University Medical Center.
Over half the American population is said to suffer some form of chronic pain. This pain interferes with their quality of life by affecting sleep, emotional states and ability to work.
I ran across this video and I just had to share it with you. It reminded me that although aging is inevitable “getting old” is not.
When you’re plagued by lethargy, stress and anxiety, the simple practice of healing sound can renew your sense of well-being. If you try the ancient Taoist Qigong practice of human sound healing, you’ll find it simple to use but profound in its benefits.
In light of the recent flooding in the Midwest that has disrupted lives and endangered public health, the American Optometric Association (AOA) has published a list of reminders and precautions related to eye care, particularly for those contact lens wearers out there.
When it comes to achieving total wellness, there are many factors to consider, but most of us don’t think of meditation as being important in maintaining physical vitality.