Category Archives: Stress

Neurofeedback for Brain Health

Why Brain Health Matters Brain health is so important, but you don’t notice it until it’s malfunctioning—we take a healthy brain for granted until it’s not there!  The brain plays a role in nearly every function of your body.  Critical thinking, imagination, mood, memory, sleep quality, digestion, and the active control center balancing hormones are […]

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How full is your bucket?

I have come to view health in this way:  We were all given a bucket at birth.  It signifies our ability to stay healthy by bouncing back from stressors and detoxifying harmful things thrown at us throughout our life. When your bucket overflows you get sick with a chronic illness.  Cancer, auto-immune disease, diabetes, depression, […]

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Eat, Drink, (Sleep) and Be Merry–4 keys to vitality

EAT Good food. Whole food.  I promise to eat good food, whole food and nothing but the food. That means minus the chemicals that are preservatives, colorings, and artificial flavors. If you can’t pronounce it or it sounds like a science experiment, don’t put it in your mouth. DRINK Drink water. Drink when you are […]

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Unrecognized Stress and Disease–Part 1

“But I don’t feel stressed,” I hear frequently.  Such is the dilemma of our age.  Our bodies our stressed yet we don’t consciously recognize it.  We think of stress as the feelings of worry, anxiety and fear.  It is true that those feelings definitely are stress, but it is so much more.  Stress is a specific biochemical response […]

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