Anyone who knows me, knows that I like my gadgets and I recently got a new one for the clinic, a dynamometer.
What is this you may ask? Well, a dynamometer is used to test grip strength. But why is grip strength important?
If one of your goals this year is to improve your health, reduce a cranky back or even lose some weight, then this video could be for you.
In the video I share a simple tip that could help you reach those goals.
The best thing is that it can be super simple to implement without having to make drastic changes.
I hope you find it useful.
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.
For a lot of people the summer holidays are winding down and most of us will shortly be back at work. Holiday time often involves going to the beach, playing at parks with the kids or being out in the garden. A lot of these activities are done barefoot and this may be one reason why we feel so good when we are on holiday (apart from not having the stress of work hanging over us). Why could walking barefoot with the soles of the feet free to mesh with the surface of the earth make us feel good you may ask? Well the answer is a process called earthing or grounding. Continue reading to see what effects grounding can have on your health.
The answer is that it probably can. Research is starting to show that listening to music can actually be therapeutic. Previous research has shown that music can be beneficial for mental health, such as depression, but more recent research is suggesting that music could be more widely incorporated into health care settings. Recent studies have found that music can help reduce pain & anxiety, it can also be an effective stress reliever, it can enhance memory and it can help recover from brain injury. Continue reading to see what they found.
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