The lungs are often overlooked during a detox but along with the liver, kidneys and skin, they function as a major elimination route for toxins
The keystone of health and wellness is healthy breathing, which requires the optimal growth of the upper jaw and nasal airway, and habitual calm breathing through the nose using the diaphragm. In our Breathing Retraining Program you will learn why poor breathing develops in the first place and the implications for your health. You will […]
The type of movie you watch changes the air around you.
There can be danger in taking snoring too lightly. Here we look at some possible causes of snoring and what you can do to treat them.
When you donâ€™t have time for a break to recharge your batteries, you need some quick-fix energy boosters.
Just because we all breathe, doesn’t mean we know how to use our breath to meditate. Here’s a quick guide.
Are you a “mouthbreather”? Do you understand what this means, and the harm it could be doing to your health?
We take an in-depth look at the link between poor breathing and reflux.
Partners of people that are persistently snoring miss sleep often while the other person merrily snores on unaware of what they are doing. In desperation partners try all kinds of devices from ear plugs to block out the snoring to even sleeping in another room. If you are snoring though you should attend to it as there can be serious health repercussions if it goes on too long.
Did you know that air pollution can cause everything from eye and throat problems to long-term respiratory disease and cancer? Indoor air is 2-5 times more polluted than outdoors and most of us spend about 80 – 90% of our life indoors making us susceptible to these pollutants.
Having recently experienced the highs of pregnancy and childbirth along with the lows of a nagging lung infection, I can really sympathize with people who battle asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) on a daily basis. These conditions can really distract us from and dampen even the most joyful events in our lives. It doesn’t help, also, that treatment of asthma and COPD involves medication which can put us at risk of dental problems, such as tooth decay, erosion, gum disease and fungal infections (candidasis).
Did you know that the way you breathe controls your thoughts and emotions?
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