Are you stressed to the max? Have you heard of a low density lifestyle? It simply means experiencing and living in a more relaxed, less stressed, and calm, clear and focused manner on an everyday basis. https://drmichaelwayne.tempurl.host/blog/revolution/living-a-low-density-lifestyle/ Image credit: peace photography … [Read more...]
New research suggests that meditation can improve your health.
The Globe and Mail reported on recent research that suggests that meditation can improve your health. Published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, the study found that students who practiced meditation increased their levels of immunoglobulin A (which is a substance that identifies invaders such as viruses and bacteria so that they can be destroyed by your immune system) and that the levels kept increasing over the course … [Read more...]
Food For Thought …
The US and New Zealand Allow Drug Companies To Advertise On Television With Little Regulation
Take a look at our latest post https://drmichaelwayne.tempurl.host/blog/revolution/living-a-low-density-lifestyle/drug-ads-on-tv-a-brief-history/ and let us know your thoughts using the comments box. We'd love to hear from you! … [Read more...]
Seattle Develops Nation’s First ‘Food Forest’
Seattle is leading the way by developing the nation’s first ‘food forest’ filled with hundreds of edible plants, free to anyone and everyone. Volunteers have carved the Beacon Food Forest public garden from two acres of Seattle Public Utilities. According to seattlepi.com the community-driven project has designed the space to look like a two-dimensional DNA helix from overhead with its rows of plants. The Beacon Food Forest’s mission is … [Read more...]
What If People Treated Physical Illness Like They Treat Mental Illness?
Artist Robot Hugs has created a comic in the Huffington Post that displays what it would be like if we discussed physical illnesses in the same way we do mental illnesses. Makes you think doesn’t it? Image credit: Robot Hugs … [Read more...]
Netherlands Solar-Powered Illuminated Bike Lane Inspired By Van Gogh
In many places, just getting a bike lane put in can be an uphill challenge. So a solar-powered illuminated bike lane seems virtually impossible. However according to Tree Hugger that's just what you'll find in Nuenen, in the Netherlands. They’ve put in a short stretch of path (inspired by Van Gogh's painting Starry Night) that is solar powered. The path is embedded with twinkling mosaic chips coated with a special paint, it then absorbs light … [Read more...]
Do You Ever Find Yourself Feeling Quite Overwhelmed and Stressed?
If you can grab 5 minutes, then Denise Dare writing in the Elephant Journal suggests doing the pose of a child. Simply find a soft spot on the floor, come to your hands and knees, and push your booty back to your heels. Rest your body on your thighs and relax your head to the Earth. Give yourself about 10 deep breaths, then slowly lift your body and carry on with your day feeling more connected, relaxed and at ease. What techniques do you have … [Read more...]
Did You Know …?
That drug use in the U.S. has increased exponentially over the last 10 years, thanks in no small part to advertising on TV! Our latest article https://drmichaelwayne.tempurl.host/blog/bit.ly/1uJSDgw explores our growing drug dependency in the U.S. … [Read more...]
Can You Handle Hot Yoga?
Many claim that Bikram is a great way to beat the chill of winter. However with 26 therapeutic yoga postures and a room heated at 98.6 Fahrenheit it might not suit everyone! Body and Soul write that you can burn as much as 597 calories in one 90 minute workout as well as massaging the internal organs, and stimulating the endocrine and nervous systems so it might be worth a try - what do you think? … [Read more...]
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