chemical stress

Chemical Stress and the Mind/Body Connection

Several posts ago I discussed a reflex in the body that becomes activated when we are under stress. By evaluating the range of motion in your neck as well as your hip joint, if there is unilateral restriction that might be an indication of your body being in the fight or flight
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Chemical Stress and the Mind/Body Connection, part 3

Today I want to discuss briefly another very common form of chemical stress. Many people  have difficulty in balancing their blood sugar. For people who are overweight especially struggle with this. However, in my clinical experience, many people are running around with blood
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Stress and Chemical Stress

Tonight my intention is to provide some self help advice for those of you who experience reactive hypoglycemia or carbohydrate sensitivity.  If you experience carbohydrate sensitivity, i.e. the strong desire to fall asleep shortly after eating a meal, it is best to limit sugar
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The Brain/Body Connection and Chemical Stress

Belly fat—lots of people have it! Where does being fat and overweight come from? The answer is… lifestyle and environment. Over the past few years, national attention has started to focus on the main contributors to the obesity epidemic in the United States: too much fast food,
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Chemical Stress and the Mind/Body Connection, part 2

Yesterday I wrote about chemical stress and explained how a white film or coat on your tongue might be indicative of toxicity and/or stress in your digestive system. My intention was to provide a simple means of evaluating whether there might be stress in your system. This blog
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