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Dr. Mark Wiley is an internationally renowned mind-body health practitioner, author, motivational speaker and teacher. He holds doctorates in both Oriental and alternative medicine, has done research in eight countries and has developed a model of health and wellness grounded in a self-directed, self-cure approach. The Wiley Method provides a revolutionary way of providing recovery and prevention of chronic pain, illness and disease. Grab your FREE COPY of Dr. Mark Wiley's "The 3 Secrets to Optimal Health" HERE.

Stretch Away Your Partner’s Low Back Pain

Stretch Away Your Partner’s Low Back Pain

Apr 23, 2014 by

Three weeks ago I wrote about the latest world studies on the adverse effects of low back pain. It is an immense problem. So bad is this problem, that low back pain is now the world’s no. 1 cause of disability. You see, the medical community cannot find a way to cure the problem or even reduce it. It is becoming and remaining a chronic condition. Best Solutions In that article I offered a few of the best solutions to the low back pain situation. Basically, you can’t solve low back pain without first understanding the cause. If the problem is an issue of psychological stress, no amount of analgesic pain relief can prevent it from returning after the body metabolizing the...
Healing And Hurting: The Power Of Touch

Healing And Hurting: The Power Of Touch

Apr 16, 2014 by

The power of human touch has played an important role in the history of healing. The therapeutic power of touch is evidenced in activities like the religious ceremonial laying on of hands and faith healing sessions. It’s also been used in energetic healing systems like qigong and Reiki, as well as in contemporary practices like massage, acupressure and chiropractic. With the vast increase in prescription drugs, radiation therapies and high-tech surgical procedures, the focus on -- and indeed, the belief in -- the healing power of touch, has all but disappeared in mainstream medicine. It is alive and well in many alternative health venues, but remains largely a fringe method of...
Dealing With Low Back Pain, The World’s No. 1 Health Problem

Dealing With Low Back Pain, The World’s No. 1 Health Problem

Apr 09, 2014 by

In 2013, The Lancet published the results of the largest ever systematic effort that was carried out to describe just how and where in the world major diseases, injuries and health risk factors were most prevalent. This study, “The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010,” is divided into seven sections, each on a specific disease and the effects on the world population. It included heart disease, cancer, injuries and other conditions. The analysis showed that although the human race has increased its life span expectancy by about 10 years since the 1970s, today men and women spend more years suffering injury, pain and illness than ever before. In other words, that additional decade of...
Treat Yourself For Tennis Elbow

Treat Yourself For Tennis Elbow

Apr 02, 2014 by

Just about everybody risks injury during physical activity. The significance of the risk depends on your habits and activities. Previously, I wrote about and demonstrated, in a video, how to improve “golfer’s elbow.” This time, I can show you how to deal with “tennis elbow.” These two elbow injuries occur on different sides of the elbow. Serious Pain Tendonitis is a generic term for inflammation of the tendons. When the tendon that connects the muscles of the forearm with the outside of the elbow become inflamed, it is a condition known as lateral epicondyilitis: tennis elbow. The tendons that attach to the lateral epicondyle (bony portion of the outside of the...
How To Defeat The Stress Threat To Fertility

How To Defeat The Stress Threat To Fertility

Mar 26, 2014 by

Infertility, or the inability to conceive and/or carry a pregnancy to term, is a distressing condition for millions of women. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6.7 million women (10.9 percent) ages 15 to 44 have impaired fecundity (or ability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term). Of these, 1.5 million married women (6 percent) are deemed infertile: They are unable to get pregnant after 12 continuous months of trying. Causes Of Infertility There are a number of factors that contribute to men’s infertility, including: low sperm count, abnormally shaped or otherwise damaged sperm, issues with sperm delivery and toxicity from the...
Simply Press These Points For Headache Relief

Simply Press These Points For Headache Relief

Mar 19, 2014 by

Migraines and headache are among the most debilitating symptoms you can suffer. They are often sudden and painful, and they come with little advance warning. Sometimes, though, they do offer warning signs like shortness of breath, visual aura and nausea. At other times, your experience with their appearance lets you recognize when one is coming. While many people take prescription and over-the-counter medications to relieve the pains of migraine and headache, there is a more natural way. Using the simple method of self-acupressure to the specific points shown here, you can relieve a migraine greatly or stop its onset before it takes hold. These acupressure points come from ancient...
Easy Trick To Relieve Carpal Tunnel, Hand And Wrist Pain

Easy Trick To Relieve Carpal Tunnel, Hand And Wrist Pain

Mar 12, 2014 by

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a debilitating condition that can hamper your life. It hurts: The incessant pain, numbness and tingling are annoying and often overwhelming. Moreover, carpal tunnel changes the way people work and do tasks with their hands. Gripping and holding become difficult and painful; typing or doing fine finger work (like electrics or sewing) can become nearly impossible. While surgery tends to provide the best relief, it often has unwanted side effects. In this article, I’d like to share another method of treatment, a do-it-yourself acupressure method that just may offer significant help. The Narrow Carpal Tunnel The carpal tunnel is a narrow, rigid canal or...
Balance Your Health With Kung Fu

Balance Your Health With Kung Fu

Mar 05, 2014 by

The term “martial art” conjures up a tapestry of different images, depending on who does the conjuring. Middle-aged people may remember the butt-kicking Bruce Lee or recall David Carradine’s role as the spiritually inclined warrior named Kwai Chang Caine on the old “Kung Fu” television series. Those in their 30s might think of actors like Steven Seagal or Jean-Claude Van Damme, as well as video games like “Tekken” and “Dragon Ball.” These days, many people conceive of martial arts as ultraviolent mixed martial arts (MMA) or the karate day care alternative to soccer. But those in the know recognize it as a deeply rooted, cultural, mind-body discipline that is a boon to...
Probiotics Could Be Your Key To Weight Loss

Probiotics Could Be Your Key To Weight Loss

Feb 26, 2014 by

Fashions in diets come and go, but one thing remains constant: Your gut, or digestive tract, needs the right kind of bacteria to properly break down and digest the food you eat. A poor-quality diet -- a diet heavy in sugar and fatty grease -- may be responsible for altering your internal flora, making it weaker and unable to do its job. As a result, people are gaining weight and fat (especially the heart-deadly visceral fat) and getting ill. Digestion is weak, the intestinal walls are not protecting against unwanted matter, and the immune system is compromised. Defining Probiotics The term “probiotic” is used so freely these days that some people might not know that most foods...
Death By Sugar

Death By Sugar

Feb 19, 2014 by

Sweets are a treat. I remember as a child receiving a nice, sweet treat as a reward when I was a good boy or occasionally just out of the good nature of my parents’ hearts. Cookies, candies, chocolate bars, ice cream… you name it, and I loved it. I think all kids do, and so do adults. But science has advanced our understanding of these preferences, and today we know that sugar not only contributes to obesity and diabetes but to cardiovascular disease. It is even listed as a neurotoxin and a carcinogen. In other words, it seems sugar can kill. That means the treat becomes a trick. What Changed… Back in the day, bakers and grandmas put sugar in everything, including breads,...

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