Month: June 2022

Podcast Episode Forty-Two: Exercising Your Health Freedoms

You have more power than you think when it comes to taking control of your health. It’s important to know that you have the freedom to choose how you approach your health care, including the practitioners you see, the treatments you undergo, and the medications you take. In today’s episode, we’re discussing health freedoms; you …

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Podcast Episode Forty-One: Addressing Your Skin Health

Think about the last time you were at the store. Remember the infinite amount of creams, salves, lotions and potions on the shelves? With so many brands and options to choose from, why are so many people still suffering from skin disorders and conditions?  In this episode, we’re discussing the underlying causes that bring about most …

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Suffering From Insomnia?

There is nothing more distressing than suffering from insomnia. Chronic sleep deprivation has many long-term negative impacts on our health and wellbeing, from a weakened immune system to depression and mood disorders, to an inability to concentrate and memory loss. Sleep disorders are increasingly common, affecting up to fifty percent of the U.S. adult population, while …

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Podcast Episode Forty: Overcoming Chronic Digestive Symptoms (Like Diarrhea and Constipation)

Chronic digestive symptoms can make life pretty miserable. Constipation or diarrhea that comes on at the wrong time can put a big damper in your day. We’ve all been accustomed to some pretty big myths about what a normal bowel movement is so we’ll be debunking that.  In this episode, we’re chatting about chronic digestive …

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Podcast Episode Thirty-Nine: Preventing Alzheimer’s & Dementia

We can’t stop aging, but we can take steps to prevent one of its most recognizable and notorious side effects: cognitive decline. While much of Alzheimer’s disease is genetic, there are still ways to improve your cognitive function now and prevent decline later in life. In this episode, we’re talking about the causes and effects …

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Podcast Episode Thirty-Eight: The Rise of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Twenty to thirty years ago, carpal tunnel syndrome barely existed. Today, it’s seen at higher rates than ever. What’s up with the rise of repetitive strain injuries, better known as carpal tunnel syndrome? That’s exactly what we’ll be uncovering in this episode. Today, you’ll hear about the primary cause of carpal tunnel syndrome and what …

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