|Posted on 8 May, 2019 at 5:25|
Petting a purring cat can calm your nerves. Purring vibrations are within a range of 20 to 140 HZ which is known to be medically therapeutic for many illnesses. Petting a purring cat can reduce stress. Angels don't always have wings. Sometimes they have whiskers.
|Posted on 26 January, 2013 at 14:20|
Eat healthy food
Get plenty of rest
Think positive thoughts
Know your true desires
Know that you are a worthy person
Learn to love yourself -
look at all of your good points everyday
Believe in yourself -
You deserve to be loved
Let go of the past
Forgive yourself and others
Unclutter your environment
Unclutter Your Mind
|Posted on 23 May, 2011 at 22:55|
It is said that CoQ10 can aid in aging, heart disease, blood pressure,
Age-related macular degeneration Early study shows that acetyl-L-carnitine, n-3 fatty acids, and Coenzyme Q10 (Phototrop®;) may help age-related macular degeneration. More research is needed using Coenzyme Q10 alone before a recommendation can be made.
Since CoQ10 is essential to the optimal function of all celltypes,it is not surprising to find a seemingly diverse number of disease states which respond favorably to CoQ10 supplementation. All metabolically active tissues are highly sensitive to a deficiency of CoQ10. CoQ10's function as a free radical scavenger only adds to the protean manifestations of CoQ10 deficiency.
Rather than take the pill CoQ10, and worry that you could be putting excess coQ10 in your body,it would be safer to eat the foods that contain CoQ10.
This is not for me, but Fish contain the highest source of CoQ10. Regularly including the freshest servings of sardines and mackerel in your meals allows the body to turn this important enzyme into the energy (ATP) that powers the heart and other muscles in the body to work efficiently. Also Beef heart and Liver.
Fresh lamb and Pork are also sources of CoQ10.
Eggs, but not chicken.
|Posted on 30 March, 2011 at 21:35|
Reiki, a therapy in which hands are placed lightly on the body or just above it, is increasingly being used to reduce cancer-related fatigue, anxiety, nausea and pain. Several studies suggest a benefit to patients, but scientists say more large, rigorous studies are needed.
Cancer patients—due to the disease and to side effects of chemotherapy—often suffer from severe mental and physical fatigue, doctors say. Anxiety, nausea and pain are also common. In recent years, many cancer centers have been offering Reiki, a form of healing which originated in Japan in the early 1900s, according to scientific literature. In a session of Reiki, hands are placed lightly on the body. Each spot is treated for three minutes or longer and sometimes therapists place their hands just above the body without touching, says Donah Drewett, a Fairlee, Vt.-based Reiki therapist who works at Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon, N.H.
Extra care is needed with cancer patients. Therapists must avoid sensitive areas on the body such as ports used to administer medications, doctors and therapists say. The gentleness of Reiki is appealing to cancer patients, many of whom are too ill to tolerate a deep-tissue massage, doctors say.
Reiki is often described as a treatment that helps life energy to flow in a patient—an explanation not generally accepted by scientists. Barrie Cassileth, chief of the Integrative Medicine Service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, calls the energy theory "absurd" but says light-touch therapy can have a "great relaxing effect" on cancer patients "who are constantly poked, prodded and given needles."
Adds Deborah Steele, manager of patient and family support services at Norris Cotton: "How it works is a mystery, but we see anecdotally the amount of delight" it brings patients.
Some scientists think the benefits may be as simple as the warmth of human touch and the feeling that someone is caring for you. "We do have a reciprocal effect between the mind and the body. if you relax one, you relax the other," Dr. Cassileth says.
|Posted on 22 March, 2011 at 20:05|
What are nightshades?
Nightshades are vegetables that can have effects on nerve-muscle function,digestive function, and joint function. There is a substance in the foods that can increase inflamation in people that suffer from arthritis
Potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, tomatillos, tamarios, pepinos, pimentos, paprika, cayenne, and Tabasco sauce
When I eat potatoes and peppers together I can feel the inflamation.
The best way to know if you are sensitive to any of these vegetables is to be aware when you eat them, and how you feel the next day or so.