Recovery from active addiction is a lifelong journey that can take many paths. By aligning yoga philosophy and poses with each of the Twelve Steps, Kyczy Hawk presents a physical and spiritual guide that complements and augments any twelve-step practice. Readers will investigate how they think, feel, and believe by using a new vocabulary to process traditional recovery principles.
Robin Russell Gaiser became a Certified Music Practitioner after a career as a performing musician and teacher. As she learned how valuable music could be in easing patients' pain -- both physical and psychological -- she began to share her stories with friends and colleagues in music and medicine. This book is the result.
Kim had been an enthusiastic college student, creative, athletic and energetic. That changed in her junior year of college. After the removal of her four wisdom teeth, Kim began to suffer from unexplained health problems: recurring pneumonia, debilitating fatigue, brain fog, unexplained rashes and swollen lymph nodes that would not go away. Over the next thirty years her doctors would diagnose Kim with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Epstein-Barr virus and even lymphoma, but they did not really know.
Kim shares her thirty-year journey to regain her health and vitality. Kim’s belief in her body’s ability to heal led her to work with a remarkable biological dentist. It was with the help of this controversial approach to dentistry that Kim’s body could finally heal, restoring her to full health. Her revealing and intimate story portrays the little understood and overlooked importance that the mouth plays in over-all health and well-being.
At The Root is Kim’s story of the necessity to trust and believe in yourself. She reminds us of the importance of taking responsibility for our health as well as managing our own lives.
This is Dr. Karin's complete guide on whiplash. Dr. Karin explains how one is injured in a car crash, how to determine ones prognosis, what one should have done immediately afterwards, reveals the variety of treatments available, foods and herbs that help to facilitate healing and so much more. She shares how she regained her full health. She hopes sharing her experiences and knowledge will help others overcome the crippling pain of whiplash and prevent future relapses. This book maps the pathway to being pain free and well again.
Kirkus Review: "An energizing roundup of tips on alleviating headache pain." This book reveals what one can do to combat migraines, sinus pain, jaw pain, dizziness, tension headaches and more. This book is easy to read and full of excellent advice. The author, Karin Drummond, D.C., is very knowledgeable, a great diagnostician and excellent at her craft. She communicates in a very comprehensive and understandable way. Learn to wake up your mind and body to its full healing potential through these simple healthy habits. Do not be fooled by the simplicity of the solution. Dr. Karin’s triad of wellness has worked for patients that have suffered for decades where medications, injections, and surgeries have failed.
In The Art of Healthy Living, author Homayoun Sadeghi, MD, draws from his personal experience and practice as a physician to highlight the delicate, interconnected nature of the mind and the body. He describes how the mind plays an intimate role in balancing and maintaining the body, and that understanding this relationship is essential to achieving a strong, fit, and healthy body.
People of all ages and walks of life have drawn inspiration and insight from Dr. Sadeghi’s knowledge and unique perspective about health, happiness, and inner vitality. In this thought-provoking book, he cracks open a world of wisdom that lays the foundation for a healthy and vibrant life.
In chapters like “The Virtual Nature of the Universe,” “The Riddle of Disease and Illness,” and “The Age Old Secrets of Healthy Living,” this compelling book inspires a culture of health and vitality based on reliance on instinct, intuition and inner guidance. This book encourages the reader to look inward to rediscover and reestablish the wisdom that lies within.
Dr. Sadeghi explains how health takes effort, and that this effort starts from the inside out. He describes how a consistent source of harmony, energy, and vitality must by necessity take root from the inside out.