Today's episode is from our coaching calls where we've taken questions and here we'll have them answered for you.
If you're having a hard time sleeping, have sleep apnea or snore, then this episode is for you. Today, we're going to talk about how you can enhance your sleep to get you back on track to a better health.
Technology and gadgets are good, that's without a question, but one area that's making them a curse is the fact that gadgets and technology can rob much of your time to sleep. Today, we're going to talk about that and a couple more topics about how we are getting rob of the sleep that we need.
We've heard not once or twice but a gazillion times why sleep is important. But today, we're echoing that again and this time we'll have an expert in this area. Today's guest is Shawn Stevenson. Shawn is the best selling author of Sleep Smarter and the creator of the Model Health show featured as the number one heath podcast on iTunes with millions of listener downloads each year. A graduate of the University of Missouri St Louis, Shawn studied Business, Biology and Kinesiology and went on to be the founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance. A company that provides wellness services for individuals and organizations world wide.
NOTE: If you have not yet listened to the first three episodes of this five part series, we highly recommend that you get back to The Toxin Solution Parts 1,2,&3.
Now that you know how horrifying these toxins, today we're going to learn some tips on how you detoxify your body effectively.
NOTE: If you have not yet listened to the first two episodes of this five part series, we highly recommend that you get back to The Toxin Solution, Parts 1&2.
There are various ways toxins are introduced into our system and one inevitable factor is the environment that we live in. Listen to this episode as we discuss the toxic role of molds.
NOTE: If you have not yet listened to the first episode of this five part series, we highly recommend that you get back to The Toxin Solution Part 1.
In this episode, we'll be talking about the importance of being aware of the things/products that we are using or consuming and ensure that we don't expose ourselves to unnecessary toxics.
Today's episode is first in five parts of our interview with Dr. Joseph Pizzorno. Dr Pizzorno is the founder of Bastyr University and best selling author. He wrote the book , The Toxin Solution, which will be the center of this five part series.
Can your brain be affected by your voice? Listen to this episode and learn what Roger Love thinks about your voice in relation to your brain.
Did you ever think about your voice as an asset? Well, you might not be a singing sensation or a diva, but today we'll talk about why your voice matters. In this episode, we'll be joined by renowned voice coach who've handled celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix, and many other Grammy winning artist, Roger Love. Roger Love is also the author of the book Set Your Voice Free.
Wondering what the new trends are in dealing with ADHD? Listen to this episode and get to know what Neurofeedback is and why it's gaining popularity.
Do you ever find yourself asking if you should take medication for an ailment or just leave it because of your perceived side effects? That's what we're going to discuss today. In particular, ADD and ADHD and we'll weigh the pros and cons of taking Ritalin.
There are many things that can dilute the intimacy between couples. In this episode we'll talk about how sleep apnea and snoring can be detrimental to your intimate relationships and your brain's role in it.
Today's episode we're going to talk about love and sex and how the brain is affected by these two charged emotional events in our lives. We've talked a lot about sex in this podcast and if you haven't heard our previous episodes, check out episodes 16 and 61.
Losing someone is hard, emotionally, but does it have any impact on your brain? That's what we're going to find out in today's episode.
Since we are on the love month and only a day away from Valentines, we're starting a series called The Brain in Love. So today, we're going to talk about, what if you can choose the one you love?
Today's episode is the episode for every female who just wants to make something different in her life and in her health. We'll be discussing about some interesting topics on genes, diets, and how you can turn things around with your old school health plan to something that's workable, possible, and believable health and wellness strategy.
There are people who suffer from chronic illnesses who take a handful of medicine every day. It's like a common scenario that we've learned to accept as the norm. However, as people become more aware of using food as a medicine and not just as a way to nourish their body, diet as treatment has gained popularity.
The question now is, can diet help treat chronic illnesses? Listen to this episode and know the answer.
Hormones are what makes our body's processes work like a well oiled machine. When one of the many hormones suddenly gets disrupted whether it shoots up or goes down, we'll see and feel the effects of it.
Similarly, the lifestyle that we have can either make things better or it can also make things worst.
In today's episode, we'll talk exactly about how these two factors play an important role in our brain health.
There are a number of ailments and injuries that can greatly affect our brain functions, and probably the two most common which we're going to talk about today is head trauma and cardiac arrest.
If you want to know how these two can affect your brain functions, be sure to listen to this short podcast.
Today's episode, we're going to answer another set of questions that I think is essential for our understanding of our brain health. Please be sure that you subscribe so you don't miss out any of the new episodes we release everyday, except Sunday.
We are on our third episode for this series of questions and answers and in each episode, we hope that you're learning new things to help you be more aware and conscious about your brain health.
In today's discussion, we're going to answer a couple of questions on who and when should you get yourself a brain scan and why you need it specially during the advance years starting at 40.