Category Archives: disability

Bacterial Gut Disease Connected to Engineered Crop Foods

Research shows a complex and complicated connection relative to gut-intestinal health, anti-biotic resistance, medical treatment and engineered food crops causing bacterial illness and disease. Did you know that your digestive system is at health risk if your gut bacterial colonies are out of balance? The good bacteria are necessary in the gut to keep the bad bacteria from making you sick. However we appear to be losing the good bacterial balance battle caused by man’s genetic manipulation of food crops. This is giving rise to anti-biotic resistive super bugs in our bodies as well as putting our health, national food bank and security at risk. Continue reading

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MirrorAthlete Fit Healthy Lifestyle – Book Release Update

Mirror Athlete’s 10 year book project nears completion. We show you how to develop and plan a fit healthy lifestyle program relative to individual needs. Find out why the marketplace and our government hope you never read this book and information never becomes part of our K-12 school curriculum! Continue reading

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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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Learn to Embrace the Pain, Exercise and Get Fit

The mindset change required to work around your pain is most important in order to meet your fitness goals; especially if your challenge is to manage acute and chronic pain. The mind must learn to embrace and adapt to a specific ill-health pain condition(s) and/or physical-mental limitations in order to increase fitness levels. And it is important to understand your medical condition and limitations before applying exercise. Without this knowledge you may further injure yourself during activity. Continue reading

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Learn How to Advocate Your Loved Ones Medical Needs

If you have a loved one in urgent care, or are now experiencing serious ill-health issues yourself, it would be wise to ensure a family member or significant other advocates on your behalf should health further deteriorate. I know, the typical patient expectation is that the medical staff knows best. But even under the best case scenarios, vitals will not tell staff the entire medical history of a complex ill-health condition(s)… And this becomes even truer if the patient’s primary care physician is not available for an immediate consultation with medical emergency staff. This is a “how to” become a loved one’s patient advocate for the best health services possible when needed. Continue reading

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Just Admit It, You’re Fat

Inherently you know your appetite always seems voracious and the extra calories are going somewhere. You now consider you’ve been receiving mixed messages and begin to question whether or not you’re fat. You begin a process of discovery to find the truth ever so carefully; because you fear it and know you’ll have to make drastic changes with your addictive food choice habits. Once again you look at yourself in the mirror and begin to wonder if you’d be considered fat by some standard outside of your subjective thought process. You bite, and in comparison to larger people in your area and most noticeably on many TV reality shows you are satisfied your body weight is average for your age. So you continue on with the daily habits and behaviors for some undefined time while you ponder upon this new discovery…
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Why a Physiatrist Offers the Best Rehabilitative Course

The practice of physiatry is approximately 50 years old. So how is it many pain and immobility challenged patients have never heard of this medical specialty?

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