The brain is a master computer constantly sending messages at rapid speed. These messages run through the Atlas via the spinal column and nervous system. If the Atlas is turned or twisted (as is on 98% of people from birth), then messages are being stifled, confused and not fully delivered. That creates stress and tension in the system. Those are critical markers for many serious health conditions that begin to occur.
A recent study demonstrated that up to 90% of all medical doctors office visits are now a result of stress. Our primitive survival brain, or ‘lower brain’, is the part of our brain physiology that is responsible for ‘survival.’ It is a reactive part of our physiology that keeps us in the grip of stress, fear, anxiety, reactive impulse, addiction, and frustration. This region of our brain is resistant to change, because change comes with uncertainty, even when that change is positive.
What is ozone?
Ozone gas has many applications in Dentistry that can make your visit so much easier and healthier. Ozone gas, also known as activated Oxygen, is a molecule of Oxygen (O2) with an extra Oxygen atom added on (O3). When Ozone is applied to bacteria, it destroys it upon contact. Ozone can be applied as a gas, bubbled into oil and also bubbled into water. It has been used in Dentistry world wide since the 1930's, but sadly there are only a small percentage of dentists in the U.S. that are trained to use Ozone.
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Dear Natural Awakenings Readers and Friends,
Dr. Bronner Clears Out Imposters
The nonprofit manufacturer of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps (DrBronner. com), known in the U.S. for more than 50 years for its devotion to purity and information-crammed product labels, has taken to filing lawsuits against companies that don’t live up to health claims or that employ deceptive greenwashing tactics.
Sue Frederick, best-selling author of Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side, has been an intuitive since childhood. She uses her gifts to help people fulfill their soul’s mission and use pain as fuel for a meaningful life. Sue will be visiting the north east and sharing her gift in an interactive workshop at Kripalu Center in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts on the weekend of March 7-9, 2014 where she will offer a path to healing one of life’s most difficult challenges: grief.
Practical Pillars of Well-Being
Done right, our home serves as an empowering foundation for well-being. Aligning with four key pillars of harmony will facilitate an inspired, healthy and vibrant home that supports body, mind and spirit.
A University of Missouri expert says that people in happy marriages are more likely to rate their health better than their peers as they age. Evidently, engaging with one’s spouse builds a strong relationship that can improve spirits, promote feelings of well-being and lower stress. Analyzing data from 707 continuously married adults that participated in the Marital Instability Over the Life Course panel study, a 20-year nationwide research project begun in 1980, researchers found that married people have better mental and physical health and are less likely to develop chronic conditions than their unmarried, widowed or divorced peers.
Heart-clogging trans fatty acids may soon be a thing of the past. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken the first step to remove trans fats from its GRAS (generally recognized as safe) list, effectively banning their use in food products. Trans fats, also known as hydrogenated vegetable oils, can be found in many processed foods, including baked goods, microwave popcorn, peanut butter, frozen pizza, margarine and coffee creamers.