I recently came across this interesting article from www.mercola.com discussing whether you should exercise or rest when you are sick. I found it interesting as my body has recently succumbed to a cold and I was wondering whether I felt like exercising of not. You can read the full article on their website. Here is a brief summary, and some key take home points I picked up from the article.
I recently watched this short video from Dr Bruce Lipton. He is an internationally recognized leader in bridging the gap between science and spirit and he is the bestselling author of 'The Biology of Belief'. In the video he talks about the current health care system and uses the analogy of a car and driver. It sounds odd, but actually makes a lot of sense. Watch the 2 minute video and see what you think. Could you be responsible for a “driver error” in your health? Continue reading to watch the clip and find out more.
The simple answer is yes. Research published in the spine journal in 2013 suggests that the health professional you see as a first point of contact can play a role in determining the outcome. The study showed that approximately 43% of workers who saw a surgeon as their first point of contact had surgery within 3 years. In contrast, of those who saw a chiropractor first, only 1.5% ended up in surgery. This is an amazing difference. Continue reading to see the full results and what to make of the study.
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