Smoking is a high cause of death around the world. If you don’t die from smoking, it can also add tar to your lungs, cause cancer, darken your teeth, increase bad breath, and many other occurrences which I’m sure are not appealing for you to read. Most of those who smoke are in a severe case of denial, they assume “It will never happen to me”. Then there are those who come off as though they don’t care “Well we all die anyway, right?” When it truly comes down to it and you find yourself lying on a hospital bed being diagnosed with cancer, you’ll eat those words. I’m not here to preach to the public and try to convince you to stop living your life as you choose, but people do need to realize just how serious smoking can be.
ARTROSE and acupressure are Eastern medical practices to balance the energy flow. Some say that the cause of all negative emotion is a disruption of the body’s energy system. There’s a distinction between feelings and emotion. You can have a negative feeling but it passes by much like a smelly truck. If it lingers more than five minutes it becomes a negative emotion.
The next back pain remedy worth looking at is magnesium. This is the fourth most abundant mineral that is found in the body. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, it supports a healthy immune system, and it keeps your bones strong. A German study found that mineral supplements increased magnesium levels and was greatly associated with a reduction in pain symptoms for chronic low back pain in people.
Most back pain goes away on its own, while it may take awhile. Taking over-the-counter pain relievers and undeveloped can help. However, staying in bed for more than 1 or 2 days can make it worse.
Other smoking cessation products include a couple forms of medication. These products aid in stopping smoking and also help to overcome feelings of withdrawal after a person has stopped smoking. These medications need to be prescribed and monitored by a medical doctor.
First let’s talk about what is “normal”. A period is considered regular if it has a consistent cyclical pattern. The average length between menses is 28 days, although variation of somewhere from 25 to 33 days is considered normal. Average length of bleeding is three to seven days, without clots or pain.
In my practice I have become convinced of the profound effect that the psyche and our emotions can have on the menstrual cycle and our health in general. Please pay attention to and honor how you are feeling. Take time to turn inward and slow down during your period.