This season’s flu seems to be hitting quite a few people, and keeping them down for a number of days. Below I will outline a protocol that will help address and improve your immune system’s ability to move through these acute reactions without the use of suppressive medications. I also want to remind you that how you treat yourself when you are acutely sick has a major
“In the new year, do not make goals for your health but rather understand your choices.” I had a great conversation with a patient recently about how people set resolutions and goals at the beginning of the year. We were trying to understand the logic behind these projections and why it actually aids in failure more than success. When one sets a goal there is an anticip
It is becoming more and more apparent in my practice that people are getting sicker and sicker. There seems to be a waiting game that is happening, where people wait until they are out of conventional options before they think about doing something different. I unfortunately get most people when they are at the end of the line with their health. They’ve been to see all the ot
From a very early age, routine is something that is crucial to health. We see this a lot of when raising kids as it relates to their eating and sleeping schedules. If you forget to feed your children or too much time passes before they get a nap, what happens? Meltdown! The state of their emotional health becomes reactive and in turn, they have to manage states of increased stress.
After a recent new patient intake I continue to be amazed at the amount of mismanagement that is going on in our current healthcare environment. There seems to be this complete disregard to the concept of “cause and effect.” The resources and advice that comes from the majority of doctors and health care providers is centered exclusively around treating symptoms, withou
A patient just told me the other day that “it sucks to get old.” This is an interesting belief system around something that is an inevitable part of our lives. The aging process seems to be something that most people fear. I believe this fear is centered around two primary themes, the first being pain and discomfort. Too often as individuals age, their bodies break down
I have done a lot of work with people around the concept of acceptance. When you work on the acceptance of everything and the concept of “loving what is” (Byron Katie), this creates a certain tolerance for you to manage whatever might show up for you in your life. This should seem exciting, because things bother you less. You learn what you have control over and what yo