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How to Identify Home Products that Cause Illness and Disease

Statistical trends show an up tick in disease and shorten lifespan. Our advanced technology is used to make profits, not focus on prevention and healthy lifestyle. Otherwise these things would be an educational priority early on in life. So why does our Western culture and marketplace behave this way? Profit is king and in a free marketplace if healthy behavior and lifestyle changed, so would economics and profits. We don’t cure and we don’t stop food and drug addiction, there’s no money in these changes and these things represent millions of jobs, pensions and special interests. Need I say more about the connection to the toxic and chemical environments consumers find themselves in? The consumer safety knowledge does not stop here. Stay informed.

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How Sick Buildings Affect Lives

Sick Building Syndrome has long been recognized by environmental, medical and health experts as material or other substance off-gassing. Then when concentrated in poorly ventilated space due to poorly maintained ventilation systems, has the potential to cause acute and chronic respiratory and other health problems. Many home bodies and employees never make this cause and
effect relationship to toxic materials in their work and living space. Learn how to avoid these unhealthy toxic effects. I show you how to connect the dots. Continue reading

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Challenging Social Disability Expectation

I do understand the feelings associated with loss of finances, immobility, productivity, loneliness, worth and dignity. One does not have to live a 100% disabled and sedentary lifestyle if on 100% disability benefits. Forget about societies perception of your disability. In knowing now how to rid the mind, body and spirit of pain; living a purposeful and enriched life can be experienced. Continue reading

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Why Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia Challenge Pain Specialists

CPS, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue pain patients are typically treated as outpatients and require a variety of specialists to help manage their chronic pain. There appears to be a common chemical identifier in pain origins. Learn about this chemical identifier found in the blood to help trouble shoot your type of chronic pain condition and referrals for pain alleviation treatment. Continue reading

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Oxygen Uptake Breathing for Ill-Health Prevention

If you understand what shallow breathing is than you can understand that half of your lung capacity is not being exercised, nor is your cardiopulmonary system. What does this mean? It means that that portion of your lung is constantly living in a carbon dioxide environment, partially void of oxygen. And why is this bad for prolonged periods of time? Because your good health is dependent upon it. Continue reading

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Improve Fitness After Rehabilitation

All too often, those with limited movement and pain begin to move even less when disability and supplemental services are provided. This level of comfort somehow nestles within many to sit around further disabling themselves. To develop a habit of less activity when one should be attempting to increase activity, “especially if one can walk” is detrimental and a contradiction to overall fit-healthy goals.
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Medical Marijuana & Pain Relief, Scientific Support Data

    Below are citations with appropriate references to give credit to those that have provided medical marijuana research data information with unique supporting and correlated data.  It appears obvious, or apparent within these controlled studies and citations, cannabis shows a … Continue reading

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Alleviate Pain-Movement Based Therapies

In many of my articles I have stated the importance of movement specifically through physical exercises or activity.  For without movement activities, the body and mind will quickly deteriorate creating more aggravating pain while increasing risk for more illness or … Continue reading

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