Dr. John Diamond's career has focused on the effect of our thoughts on our emotions, our emotions on our thoughts, and the effect of both on our body's ability to mobilize and energize itself to enhance the quality of our lives. This article focuses on only one aspect of Dr. Diamond's lifetime work - mobilizing your will to be well.
Millions of Americans suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, and for most it goes undiagnosed and untreated.The pelvic floor is the center of our physical power and balance.It is made up of muscles and tissues that form a sling from the pubic bone to the tail bone.These muscles work collectively to support the abdominal and pelvic organs that help control baldder, bowel and sexual activity.If any of these muscles are tight and/or weak, they can cause an abnormal pull on the pelvic bones which can lead to an array of symptoms and pain in the pelvic region, low back, and even legs or groin area.
After a long cold winter, spring is the perfect time to cleanse! Learn how to properly rid your body of toxins by using these key steps.
These are 5 key changes you can make to start eating in a healthier way. Even choosing just one to start with will get you moving in the right direction. Do the one change until you are comfortable with it, and then choose one more. Keep up the two changes and continue until you are doing all five. You'll feel the difference.
When it comes to antibacterial agents, natural medicine really shines. While there are hundreds of natural antibiotics of varying degrees of strength, here are some of the best.
These foods work to improve specific body areas while promoting whole-body wellness. Such plant-based foods also improve digestion and raise energy levels.
Pain in the front of the knee, around the kneecap, is a frequent complaint among individuals. Although most commonly seen in the female athletic population, patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a condition that can affect both sexes regardless of their activity level.