If you work hard and/or play hard you are no stranger to the effects of repetitive motion on joints, muscles and tendons. These repetitive motion injuries are painful and often disrupt our daily activities forcing us to seek medical attention or some other type of intervention. The key to dealing with repetitive motion injuries is
Who Was Atlas? Greek Mythology tells of a demigod named Hercules who, after killing his family in a fit of insanity brought on by the Goddess Hera, was given 12 Labors as penance. One such Labor was to pick golden apples from the tree in the garden of Hesperides. However, he was only a demigod.
When asked, most people typically provide responses like “snakes”. “Heights”. Even clowns”. Indeed, studies show these fears to be common across our species. But unless such fear has been clinically diagnosed as a moderate to severe level phobia, one’s life isn’t all that much compromised. Stay out of the woods, don’t walk out onto a
Diabetes is a complicated disease with many variables affecting blood sugar. For this reason, Diabetes can also be a very stressful disease with which to deal. In fact, stress can have a pronounced effect on maintaining healthy glucose levels. Under stress, the hormones epinephrine and cortisol are released into the bold stream. These stress hormones
Two of the most common things I hear when mentioning meditation are 1. ” I have always wanted to be able to meditate”. 2. ” I could never learn to meditate. My mind wonders too much”. The later, of course, is the most worrisome to people. But did you know first, that is normal and