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What is Computerized Biofeedback?

Computerized Biofeedback testing and Bioresonance treatment is a highly effective way of testing and treating the body. This computerized analysis identifies underlying imbalances in organs and tissues. It also identifies impurities such as, chemicals, metals, toxins, yeasts and viruses, that can cause or trigger health problems. Additionally, the testing will indicate if there is a deficiency of vitamins, minerals and proteins in the body. If an imbalance, deficiency or impurity is identified, they can then be treated with a Bioresonance wave or frequency. This wave helps to stimulate correction of the affected area or imbalance, to help your body function optimally.

The Little Things That Matter

Often in life, the most meaningful moments are the moments spent with those who teach you something, with those who share laughs with you, and with those who support you no matter what. And within those moments, it’s the little things that become the most significant and valuable. Professional caregivers can be there for you, when you need a little extra hand around the house or someone to accompany you on your outings. Caregivers can help with the day-to-day tasks, so you have time to enjoy the little things in life, while remaining safe and independent in your own home.

Medical Cannabis & Pain Relief

More and more people are looking for natural ways to relieve pain caused by a variety of health conditions. Medical cannabis in many forms is becoming an increasingly popular option for those looking for help to ease their chronic pain. Cannabis contains compounds like cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which may relieve pain, nausea, and other types of symptoms. THC is similar to the cannabinoid chemicals that occur naturally in our bodies and stimulates the brain’s cannabinoid receptors when smoked, vaped, or ingested. CBD also interacts with pain receptors in the brain to provide pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects.

Medical Cannabis & Pain Relief

More and more people are looking for natural ways to relieve pain caused by a variety of health conditions. Medical cannabis in many forms is becoming an increasingly popular option for those looking for help to ease their chronic pain. Cannabis contains compounds like cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which may relieve pain, nausea, and other types of symptoms. THC is similar to the cannabinoid chemicals that occur naturally in our bodies and stimulates the brain’s cannabinoid receptors when smoked, vaped, or ingested. CBD also interacts with pain receptors in the brain to provide pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects.

Words to Live By

“You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes every day – unless you’re too busy; then you should sit and meditate for an hour.” Zen Proverb

Words to Live By

“Success is not measured by what you accomplish, but by the opposition you have encountered, and the courage with which you have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds.” – Orison Swett Marden

8 Pillars of Holistic Health

For holistic wellness, #Balance incorporates 8 dimensions that should work in harmony. These include: Financial – overall financial health; Spiritual – connected to something greater than yourself; Intellectual – refers to active participation in scholastic, cultural, and community activities; Emotional – inspires self-care, relaxation, stress reduction and the development of inner strength; Physical – promotes proper care of our bodies; Social – refers to the relationships we have and how we interact with others; Occupational – is the ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure; and Environmental – is an awareness of the effects of your daily habits on the physical environment.

Don’t Ignore Chipped Teeth

A chipped tooth can happen for a variety of reasons, including biting something hard, hitting your mouth, having tooth decay, or grinding your teeth. While you might think having a chipped tooth is no big deal, this can lead to some problems. Sharp edges can cut your inner mouth, while deep chips can impact tooth roots (possibly leading to infections or toothaches), as well as tooth decay (which can cause sensitivity and bad breath). To avoid needing a root canal or extraction, it’s important to have a dentist examine and fix a chipped tooth before the problem gets any worse.

Cannabis for PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is classified as a psychiatric condition linked to surviving or witnessing a traumatic life event. The condition can cause agitation, impaired concentration, memory problems, flashbacks, insomnia, and nightmares. Two recent studies point to the way that cannabinoids may help treat PTSD. One shows how cannabis can reduce activity in the amygdala – a part of the brain associated with fear responses to threats. Meanwhile, another suggests that the plant’s cannabinoids could play a role in extinguishing traumatic memories. Both effects could be therapeutic for those suffering from PTSD – according to recent studies.

30 Minutes for a Healthier You!

If you’re looking for a high-intensity, action-packed workout, the 30 Minute Hit is for you! Designed just for women, the circuit will challenge you to improve your fitness and reward you with amazing results. Each 2-minute round is based on boxing, kickboxing, general self-defense, and core stability training delivered in a friendly, non-intimidating environment that’s great for all fitness levels. Safety is the top priority at the 30 Minute Hit, and a trainer is always present to help. Now included in all memberships is a HIT@home workout that members can use if they feel more comfortable training at home!

Fall Prevention Tips

Falls in the home are all too common and making a few modifications in the home can prevent dangerous situations, such as slippery floors, poor lighting, loose rugs, electrical cords and clutter. Visit each room in your home. Then look at the space objectively and ask: Is this safe? Are there objects or items that present a falls risk? If so, think about the many ways to create a safer home: wear non slip socks or slippers, use night lights in dark hallways, remove throw rugs, keep electrical cords safely hidden behind furniture and organize your projects so they are off the floor and out of walkways.