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We are under an incredible amount of stress with the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. What do you need to do to handle this stress? Only three things: eat properly, exercise properly and relax properly.
The two organs that help your immune system work are your thymus and your spleen. Here are some at-home tools and techniques to stimulate your organs with these simple points. Rub and tap each for 20-30 seconds, three to four times a day to help support your immune system.
What if I get a fever? The fever is great because it helps to burn out the infection. But there are a few ways to cool it down. Have you ever heard of putting alcohol on a cotton ball in your belly button? Did you know there are "fever breaking" points on the back of the head? Another self-healing technique is a cooling breath called Sitali Pranayam. This ancient healing technique has been used for thousands of years before things like Tylenol existed. This breathing technique supports the body's ability to release toxins.
In this interview by Ron Chapman (ProgressiveRecovery.org), Dr. Khalsa discusses how a healthy lifestyle including diet, meditation, and herbs can help you reduce your dependency on drugs and opioids when you're suffering from pain.
This meditation helps you break internal habits like feeling inferior, needing acceptance, lack of self-love and various phobias. And, it excels at helping you to break external habits like food dependency, and alcohol or drug dependency.
It's the cold and flu season, and I want to share with you some tips on how to stay healthy. People often ask me, "Do I need supplements? Can't I get what I need just from my food?" The answer is and the answer always should be...