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Section 1 has 5 different types of psychological skills training.  I weight those heavily because as is true with much in life, the healing and recovery battle is won or lost between your ears.    

1. Deep breathing.  This is one of the only proven ways to slow your body down and put it in a parasympathetic state (recovery state) easily.  Deep breathing affects your bodies rhythms and can help reduce pain and speed up healing if done consistently.  

2. Progressive relaxation.  This...

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What’s the Secret to Less Pain and Faster Healing??

With everything that is going on, can you believe that I'm getting so busy that I'm almost ready for a little vacation?! It's true!

This is a graph of my monthly sessions going back to January of 2018. As you can see there are two big dips (one from being sick last year and one from the shutdown) followed by two massive V shaped recoveries. The current one has me already beyond where I was throughout all of 2018 and...

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Health Effects of Daylight Saving Time

In case you hadn't heard, next Sunday at 2 a.m. we will take the biannual time warp known as daylight saving time. This time we will be switching back to standard time, which means you'll have one night with an extra hour of sleep followed by 6 months of earlier sunrises and earlier sunsets.

Over the years as scientists better understand the human body, it has been discovered that this change can have some negative effects. These come mainly from...

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Could This Be the Biggest Lawsuit Ever??

Have you ever heard of a man named Dr. Reiner Fuellmich? I hadn't either until today.

Dr. Fuellmich is one of Germany's top trial lawyers. During his career, he has brought serious criminal behaviors to light by bringing fraud and corruption cases against some of Germany's biggest companies. One of his more famous cases was the Volkswagen lawsuit in 2015 that exposed its diesel emission fraud and led to them being forced to halt sales of several of its vehicles in the...

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How Stress Affects Pain

With all that has gone on in the world over the past 6 months, it's not surprising that people have been experiencing more stress than they're used to. In fact according to studies, more than one third of Americans have suffered clinical signs of anxiety or depression since the pandemic began and nearly one in five have had a physical reaction while thinking about it.

Read more mental health stats by clicking here- 10 Eye Opening Statistics on the Mental Health Impacts...

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You Wouldn’t Know Me If It Wasn’t For This…

Have you ever had one of those moments in your life where something happened that was so significant that it totally changed the course you were on?

I've had several such moments, and this month I'm celebrating one. If this moment hadn't happened there's a good chance you and I would have never gotten connected, so to mark this very special occasion I will use this newsletter to share that story with you.

It was October 1998....

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Like Drinking Poison?

Today is a very special day for many people. At sundown we began the 10th day of the 7th month on the lunar/Hebrew calendar, which is a day known as Yom Kippur- the "Day of Atonement." In ancient Israel, the people would gather on this day and they would follow the biblical instructions given by God for receiving forgiveness and mercy. It was known as the holiest day of the year. On this day that I too find so special, I want to share with you some things about...

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You Might Be Surprised at What Is In Your Indoor Air..

These days, most of us are thinking about air quality much more than we used to. As we've heard experts talk about how germs travel through the air, I think we've all become a bit more conscious of the fact that we need to be intentional about which air we choose to breathe.

However, as much as this current situation is making us scrutinize the air quality based on whether it might have germs or not, we must also realize that...

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Can More Movement = Longer Life? Study Says…

It shouldn't surprise you that as the years go on, most people are moving less and less. Modern technology has given us many reasons to be still, and if we don't intentionally work to move our body throughout the day, we will likely end up with too much sedentary time.

Let's look at it this way.

There are 168 hours in a week. Somewhere around 56 of those hours will be spent in bed moving very little....

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Important Blood Test Info

Hey my friend! Thanks for checking out this article.

A few months ago, at the recommendation of my friend and colleague Dr. Chris Davis M.D., I had a blood test done called the Micro-Nutrient Panel (MNP). When I got the results back I was amazed to find out that I was severely deficient in the vital mineral zinc and the vital amino acid glutamine. This deficiency was compromising my immune system and without this test...

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