Posts Tagged "mind body medicine"

Reconnecting With The Heart of Christmas

Posted on Dec 16, 2013 in Research

Finely wrapped presents, snow painted shops, sparkly decorations, singing Santa Claus and a long list of party invitations all point to the fact that the holiday season has begun. The fun and joy in the air makes Christmas the most wonderful time of the year. Yet, with time you see a change in Christmas celebrations where the entire concept of giving and sharing has been commercialized. How do you embrace the true spirit of Christmas, which is more about opening their hearts than flashy presents? Spirit of Love Love is an integral part of Christmas celebrations and something to be mindful of...

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Staying Calm Amid Chaos

Posted on Nov 25, 2013 in Research

Staying Calm Amid Chaos “He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe.”  — Marcus Aurelius It is only by keeping calm that success comes in life. As a businessperson, mom, student, or a loved one to someone you can likely relate to this sentiment. But during the holiday season, it can be especially challenging to retain a steady and grounded vibe when everyone around you is racing around stressed out! Here are some ways you can use mind and body techniques to create a calming safe haven in your life—no matter what the world throws at you. Mind To help you get out...

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Chronic Stress Promotes Ovarian Cancer Progression

Posted on Apr 15, 2013 in Research

Ovarian cancers have receptors for the stress signal norepinephrine. New research indicates that while stress doesn’t cause cancer, it  does stimulate the progression of established cancer. In this Natural Medicine Journal article, naturopathic oncologist Dr Lise Alschuler explains how chronic stress promotes ovarian cancer progression. Of course, fighting cancer is stressful. I can help you to live calmly through difficult times. I can also help you to target the stress receptors on tumor cells. There are natural products that bind these receptors, so that your tumor receptors can...

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