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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Tuesday, February 16, 2021

The Impacts and the Non-Impacts (They're All Impacts)

Today I experienced a positive interaction with one of my peeps.  The person felt an amazing release and was very excited to be rid of the heaviness in her body. 

This was a positive for me because this person has been coming to me for more than ten years.  The rapport was there even though I  hadn't seen her in nearly a year.  She felt comfortable sharing her personal stresses with me.  In our daily lives, mental concerns and worries that emotionally drain us make up a large part of our nervous system dysfunction as the fight or flight response kicks into gear to help us cope.  

If you can't sleep at night, your fight or flight response is keeping you hyper-vigilant.   If you lack the energy to jump into the day's activities, your fight or flight response has burned through your reserves. 

Some people feel an immediate benefit from one chiropractic adjustment.  Others feel good results after coming in multiple times during a month.  It's wonderful to have quite the immediate and positive impact. 

I also can take note of the non-impacts that are still beneficial.  I have many folks who come as a routine, without fail, who are functioning well and taking their stresses in stride.  When something comes up we know they prevented a great deal of grief by making chiropractic a priority, even when they were feeling good. Especially when they were feeling good.  So much repair goes on that we are not aware of.  When we have nerve energy connecting every organ, processes work more efficiently.  

So, I smile when I see someone when I see folks having a much better day compared to when they first walk in.  I also, smile when my regulars are staying busy and enjoying every minute of it.  

If you hit a bump in the road, always bump up your chiropractic, and when you want to learn more about yourself, schedule some Brain Sense Tele-Health Self Discovery Sessions!!!

Sunday, February 14, 2021

The Truth of Health: EBI - Everyday Brain Injury

 EBI - Everyday Brain Injury


5 Simple signs of everyday brain injury

Stiff sore joints     

High blood pressure    

Digestive distress     

Fatigue / Short of breath    

Brain fog / anxiousness          


Why do I focus on these commonplace problems?


These are the situations that gradually worsen over time. Meanwhile we hardly notice these changes until they interfere with your daily activities. I prefer we handle them when they are fixable. This requires awareness so you can take effective action.


The list looks long, but a few simple steps covers many stressors at once.  Don't let it depress you. Once you get the hang of it, it gets easier. 



Old injuries / scar tissue / chronic inflammation / maladaptive motion pattern

High blood sugar  / cortisol burnout    / Hypoglycemic cycles    

Under-toned muscles / Atrophy      

Tight muscles   dehydration, mineral depletion

Anti-biotic use          

Medication induced mitochondrial damage

Nutritional depletion from medications

Vaccine injury, toxic build up

Poor toxin flushing

Collagen dysfunction / Leaky gut, 

Low stomach acid

Nutrient deficiencies

Heavy metals / parasites / candida

Hyper-alert limbic system, over exaggerated body responses from typical stressors

Unrecognized biological shocks (survival stress / sympathetic facilitation

Social patterns / Codependency / Unbalanced relationship habits


We have the 3 Door Ways to Enter for positive change:


Move the Brain        Feed the Brain           Talk to the Brain


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Just Scratching the Surface


I can imagine most of us are living life at the surface, and could we go deeper.

I can only speak of my own experience.  When I say, "going deeper," I mean spending the extra time to dive into a topic that helps you grow as a person.  It can be an interest you have, a hobby, anything that inspires you to do more with your life, living it to the fullest, experiencing personal improvement that helps you make an impact on the lives of others. 

Tall order, huh?  We're so busy just keeping a roof over our heads.  Is there more?  I hope so.  While a majority of people feel they are burdened by  work stress, a Gallup poll has shown that 85% of the workers, globally, hate their jobs.  What does that say about us? About our future?

People try to plod through their day tolerating health problems such as allergies, fatigue, back pain, headaches, digestive disturbances.  Somehow we can continue on since these problems may come and go.  During the quieter moments we take advantage of the relief and get things done, remain busy, etc.  When the poor health creeps in we become more preoccupied and start to bargain with ourselves so we can pace our activities.  

I've had pounding headaches some days when I tell myself I just have to get through the last few hours of my work day, then go home where I can "let my hair down," pamper myself some, or go right to bed.  That's the bargain.  We watch the clock and give ourselves the pep talk to get through the shift. 

We spend many, many hours away from home, away from our families.  If we hate our jobs and suffer the ill effects of that daily stress, what kind of energy do we have left for our families?

Maybe some people are very good at compartmentalizing and when they clock off the job they transition into the best times.  They spend quality time with their children, teach them exciting hobbies, or volunteer with a meaningful organization that makes up for the 40 hour drudgery. 

Eventually, the stress creeps into all facets of your life.  I talk to many people who are counting down to retirement. They just want to feel good enough to get by.  

That's not why I am here.  I don't want to be "Get By Girl."  I want to participate in people's growth.  I want to take part in making the world more exciting.  

I can provide chiropractic care to people who just want a quick fix until their stress levels reach the breaking point again in a few weeks or months.  I can contribute to people's same level of functioning and they stay pretty much the same. 

Or I can invite people to take a new journey where they chip away at the functioning that no longer serves them. 

This where I can walk the journey with you.

Also, getting reacquainted with your body, or understanding the healing process is a an important part of self growth.  If you are a passive participant in your health care, just hoping a pill will be all the change you need, you will not have a meaningful experience.  Solving problems in a way that empowers you makes all the difference. 

An unhappy employment situation is not the only cause of stress in our lives. Chemical stress, mechanical stress, and other mental stresses play are role in burdening our self healing system.

We can dive in differently to promote positive change: 

Step 1: What is the concern that caught your attention?

   a- How has this concern impacted your psychological state?

   b- What else is going on in your life, impacting your                psychological state?

   c- Understanding the 4 Functional Levels of the Nervous System,

      how can we reframe the problem?

   d- Is it possible other tests and diagnoses are being misinterpreted?

Step 2: Prep the body for healing. (Support your body's healing.)

    a- chiropractic care to support the nervous system

    b- detox routine, determine toxins that can be avoided

    c- feed deficiencies with diet change and SP supplementation

    d- positive self talk, reframing your situations

    e- rest

    f- balanced movement (my preferred term for exercise)

Step 3: Establish a maintenance program (based on Step 2) and a Plan B for potential re-injury, accidents, new stress events, or changes in your routine.

Are you ready to go deeper?  Let's arrange a Brain Sense Tele-Health Self Discovery Session.


    

Friday, January 29, 2021

What Hospitals Ignore

First off, let me set the stage here.  I do not work in a hospital and I have only been in a hospital three times in my entire life. But I am going to go into a bit of detail here explaining why the hospital is not a place for reclaiming your health. 

I used to put people in the hospital by getting a judge to approve pick up orders.  The police would find people, handcuff them and take them to the ER for an emergency psychological assessment.  They were usually admitted in the psych ward because I knew they truly needed to be in a safe place.

I did not take this process lightly.  I rarely did it.  I worked very hard talking with my clients at length to help them stay out of the hospital.  I hoped to convey to them that there were other ways to feel better about themselves and to generally feel better.  It's not an easy spot to be in.  It is a struggle. 

I remember watching one of my clients try to cut her wrists with a plastic spoon because she was so frustrated.  I was sitting in her hospital room watching her express herself in the only way she could at the moment.  Imagine being stuck in a room with nothing else to do but sit on a bed and get lost in your own negative thoughts.  Visitors are once in a while and current staff just want to hand you some pills or set a food tray in front of you. You are a number to them because hopefully you are discharged in a matter of days.  There is no point getting to know someone who will be gone and a new body will be taking up space in that bed or room. 

It's just a temporary holding tank.  I'm not saying this to offend people.  I understand emergencies come up.  When there is a need for trauma care, stitches, surgeries or other modes of stabilization, it is crucial.  

Nowadays, I hear hospitalists monitor your progress while you are an inpatient.  Your own regular doctor has very little to do with your care at the time.  After a few hours at the emergency room, instructions are given to immediately follow up with your primary physician.  This is good advice. 

I have accompanied friends and family members to the hospital. The goal is always to be supportive, get some answers and help them get out of there as quickly as possible. 

After being discharged, the real work begins. 

There's nothing wrong with that.  It make sense.  You are the only person responsible for your health.  We, health care providers, are assistants to guide you.  You do the work that makes the difference. 

But our current state of chaos right now has shown how we've dropped the ball.  We have put too many expectations on our hospitals.  Calling health care workers "essential" is very honorable, but they are working too hard on problems that started festering decades ago.  We are assuming they can perform miracles on bodies that are barely functional.  

Currently, we are aware people with co-morbidities are not responding to last resort measures.  This is tragic. It is heart breaking for grieving family members.  But it is shameful that society has encouraged people to ignore failing health.  We actually call failing health "healthy."

Allow me to unpack this last statement.  Last resort treatments are noble but tissues that are deranged with fibrosis, full of inflammation and toxins, will not have any fight left.  We've implemented a new type of test in order to put the blame on a pathogen that has not been studied with any type of consistency.  It is a scapegoat so we can ignore the real reason people are sick. 

The hospitals ignore a very important factor in poor health.  They don't have time to delve into people's histories of the toxic overload that damages the body.  They write prescriptions that are not antidotes to the current poisons trapped in their tissues. Toxic overload is not a topic of conversation during a hospital stay. 

To sum it all up, you cannot reclaim your health while in  a hospital.  The hospital staff will address the most extreme condition that could cause your immediate death.  That is their focus.  If your tissue resiliency is adequate enough, you will survive the episode. 

When you get back home, your health choices will be very important.  Your progress depends on what you do moving forward.  

Do you need to tweak your steps on the BFA Protocol?  Have you never heard of the BFA Protocol?  Perhaps this is the a great time to dive deeper into the understanding of  the Four Functional Levels of the Nervous System so you can evaluate your functional path. 

You already have the tools. Learn how to use them proficiently.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Day 2: Unwrapping the New Member Orientation Packet

Have you looked over your entire New Member Orientation Packet?  Remember the info I handed you at your first visit?

I know.  It's a lot all at once.  These videos break it down into smaller chunks.  

When you'd rather watch and listen: 

Part 1

Part 2


Part 3

Friday, January 15, 2021

Doctor's Who Jumped Ship: "I Know I'm Killing Them" Doctor Burn Out

When a colleague committed suicide, Dr. Cwyes shared his anguish. 


Very stark, eye opening words from Dr. Robert Cwyes. He says it so well.  

Understand your doctor's predicament, he says.  

He understands your distrust.  It's going to get worse before it gets better, he stresses. 

Now my comment:  The best results come from you.  Your own personal efforts on a daily basis make all the difference in the world.  

We can discuss the erroneous health information and point you in the right direction through Brain Sense Tele-Health.  We address all the sources of stresses, especially the unrecognized issues.  Don't overlook them.  They may not be popular or on your physician's radar, but you have the opportunity to enhance your life with the information on the four functional levels of the nervous system.