Breathwork Helps Tame Stress, Benefits Your Mind and Body

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Breathwork Helps Tame Stress, Benefits Your Mind and Body

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  • Controlled breathing helps lower your heart rate and blood pressure, improves your immune system, lowers stress hormone levels and balances carbon dioxide and oxygen blood levels
  • Most people are shallow breathers, with most of the effort coming from the upper chest, but deep, abdominal breathing activates the parasympathetic system, helping to calm and relax your mind and body
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) helps utilize oxygen, so raising CO2 tolerance helps improve your health. A practical exercise developed by Dr. K. Buteyko can be done in minutes a day to improve your CO2 tolerance
  • Belisa Vranich, psychologist and author, calls breathing exercises “massively practical.” Consider doing them for a few minutes each day, including Box breathing, coherent breathing or relaxing 4-7-8 exercises

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Practicing Gratitude During COVID-19 Pandemic

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  • To say 2020 has been a challenging year for most of us is a profoundly serious understatement. While it’s easy to fall into quiet despair, now might actually be the best time to cultivate positive mental health habits such as gratitude
  • Paradoxically, suffering can yield a grateful heart, if approached with care and mindfulness
  • Enhancing your well-being can be as simple as taking some time each day to reflect on what you’re thankful for. A simple and proven way of doing this is to keep a gratitude journal
  • If for whatever reason you cannot join your near and dear ones this Thanksgiving, consider making good use of technology. Instead of a text or a phone call, you could use Facetime or Zoom for a virtual face-to-face
  • You could even set up a monitor at the end of the table and patch in family members virtually so you can talk while sharing your Thanksgiving meal in separate quarters

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Global Vaccine Passport Will Be Required for Travel

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Global Vaccine Passport Will Be Required for Travel

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Forced vaccination is part and parcel of the plan to “reset” the global economic system, forever altering life as we know it. Now, global vaccine passports are being introduced, and it’s only a matter of time before vaccination status will be a prerequisite for travel
  • CommonPass is a digital “health passport” framework initiated by The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum and The Rockefeller Foundation
  • When you get your test result or vaccine, that data is uploaded to an app on your cellphone. The app generates a barcode that is then scanned at the airport, at hotel check-in and wherever else vaccine status verification is deemed necessary
  • The CommonPass digital clearance system is currently being tested by United Airlines on flights between London and Newark, and Cathay Pacific on flights between Hong Kong and Singapore
  • In an April 2020 white paper, The Rockefeller Foundation laid out a strategic framework clearly intended to become part of a permanent surveillance and social control structure that severely limits personal liberty and freedom of choice

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The Truth About COVID-19 ‘Long-Haulers’

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The Truth About COVID-19 ‘Long-Haulers’

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  • 18.1% of individuals diagnosed with COVID-19 also received a first-time psychiatric diagnosis in the 14 to 90 days afterward. Most common were anxiety disorders, insomnia and dementia
  • An estimated 10% of patients treated for COVID-19 report fatigue, breathlessness, brain fog and/or chronic pain for three weeks or longer. This phenomenon occurs even among patients who had mild cases of COVID-19
  • U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data show the rate of COVID-19 patients who continue experiencing lingering health problems after recovering from acute COVID-19 may be as high as 45%
  • Many post-acute COVID-19 patients fit the diagnostic criteria for ME/CFS, which has been linked to viral infections
  • According to a COVID-19 treatment guide, many of these “long COVID” patients do spontaneously recover — albeit slowly — with holistic support, rest, symptomatic treatment and gradual increase in activity

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Air Purifying Plant Numbers – How Many Plants For Clean Air Indoors

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Air Purifying Plant Numbers – How Many Plants For Clean Air Indoors

Houseplants have long been known to purify our toxic indoor air. How many houseplants do you need to purify your indoor air? Keep reading to find this out, and more! Continue reading

The Light Is The Answer To Everything

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On Monday, I published Dark Days Ahead, and of course, the answer to darkness is Light. There are many ways we can employ the Light in our lives, and the darker life gets on the outside, the more we need to embrace the Light on the inside.Some minds tune themselves only onto darkness, and we have to be careful about them and what they say. “Our modern civilization is being strangled, coerced into a very narrow pen where speech and ideas must align exactly with a very specific narrative,” write the people over at Electroverse. Continue reading

Supportive Role of Homeopathy for Corneal Ulcer

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Supportive Role of Homeopathy for Corneal Ulcer

Corneal ulcer refers to an open sore or erosion forming on the cornea. Cornea is a transparent part covering the front portion of the eye including pupil, iris and the anterior chamber. Homeopathy for corneal ulcer can help manage the signs and symptoms and halt further progression of the condition.

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7 benefits of glutamine

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7 benefits of glutamine

All amino acids are important in maintaining overall health but one of the most critical ones is glutamine, which is the most abundant free amino acid in the body. This amino acid is also one of the most involved in different bodily functions, including those of the immune, digestive, and nervous systems. Continue reading

Under the skin: humans develop extra muscles which vanish before birth, scientists say

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Under the skin: humans develop extra muscles which vanish before birth, scientists say

Researchers from Howard University and the Vision Institute in Paris found that humans develop extra muscles in their hands and feet in the womb that later disappear before birth. The researchers examined images showing the initial stages of human muscle development and found that extra muscular tissues were growing weeks after conception. These tissues, as reported by the researchers in the journal Development, eventually vanished a few months into the pregnancy.

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Top Five Traditional, Fermented Anti-Aging Foods

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Top Five Traditional, Fermented Anti-Aging Foods

Want a simple way to boost your brain power, heart health, digestion, disease resistance and energy level? If that all sounds too good to be true, it’s time you got acquainted with the top five traditional, fermented antiaging foods

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Good for your skin and more: 8 Benefits of black cumin seed oil

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Good for your skin and more: 8 Benefits of black cumin seed oil

Black seeds come from a small plant with purple, blue and white flowers called Nigella sativa. They are native to Eastern Europe, Western Asia and Middle Eastern countries. Some of the seeds’ other names include black caraway, black cumin and kalonji. Continue reading

This is why ancient Egyptians referred to Aloe Vera as the ‘plant of immortality’

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This is why ancient Egyptians referred to Aloe Vera as the ‘plant of immortality’

In ancient Egypt, Aloe vera was known as the “plant of immortality,” and it’s easy to see why. In addition to its well known use as a first aid ointment for minor burns, cuts and scrapes, aloe is also useful for a variety of other medicinal and nutritive uses, both external and internal.

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This Is the Primary Benefit of Niacin (B3)

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This Is the Primary Benefit of Niacin (B3)

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  • Niacin plays an important role in photoprotection from the effect of UV radiation on DNA damage and oxidative stress and helps guard against the rising prevalence of skin cancer
  • Some research has also found long-term benefits from taking niacin that lower your risk of all-cause mortality
  • B vitamins help support your immune system. B3 is a precursor to NAD and may help prevent some of the worst COVID-19 outcomes from cytokine and bradykinin storms
  • Seek to get your B3 from food; high dose supplements may trigger a niacin flush in which your skin will get red and tingle. Although it is irritating, it is harmless

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Food scientists recommend daily consumption of whole eggs to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke

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Food scientists recommend daily consumption of whole eggs to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke

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Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

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Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

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