In this week’s episode, the topic is about there being more to anxiety than meets the eye. When we think about anxiety, we tend to think of it as having one root cause. Perhaps that’s because we think of anxiety in physiological terms, as having one set of physical symptoms. But there can be any number of reasons for our anxiety and it will differ from one person to the next. It always begins with a thought, which can be conscious or unconscious. Unconscious thoughts pose the greater problem. Learn how this can happen and how anxiety can be uncovered and released using a technique that is designed to let go of whatever is bothering you.
In this week’s episode, the topic is about how overdoing healthy things can be unhealthy. Do you sometimes overdo healthy things? It’s easy to do. It’s exciting when you hear about a compelling, new idea. The idea in and of itself may be beneficial, but overdoing it usually is not. In part, overdoing it has to do with some of our common attitudes that include “All or Nothing” thinking. Instead of “Less is more,” “More is more.” And” No pain, no gain.” And yet, that’s not how the human body is designed to work. Learn about the science that supports why overdoing healthy things can be unhealthy.
In this week’s episode, the topic is about how doing the 7 Body Basics can help with memory and thinking problems, or cognition. Learn how lifestyle plays an integral role in a therapeutic program that is designed to reverse memory and thinking problems (cognitive decline).
In this week’s episode, the topic is about why your lifestyle determines the quality of your health. There are seven things that you and I are responsible for doing in caring for our bodies. It’s like an owner’s manual and it’s based on how the human body is designed. How we do the seven things determines whether our lifestyle is healthy or unhealthy. Learn about the science that points to lifestyle and how to achieve vibrant health.