06/2016 version Table of Contents Introduction Understanding Lupus Synopsis Story Understanding Emotions & Fear Understanding the Impact of Childhood Trauma Understanding the Brain Adult Survivors of Traumatic Events The Autonomic Nervous System The Central Nervous System (CNS) Understanding the Effects of Inflamed Thinking The Role of Rumination Understanding the Conscious Mind Understanding the Subconscious MindContinue reading “The Cause of Lupus Theory – Full”
Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids. Your body is composed of about 60% water. (Men have more water than women as a percentage.) The functions of these bodily fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients in the body, and maintenance of body temperature, flushing toxins, digesting food, andContinue reading “H20 in High Quality!”
The Gut. Nutrition Mind-Gut Connection and Digestive health. We may know already, the body needs nutrients to survive. These two can also affect the other. This section is filled with information and resources the contribute to the mind-gut connection. MineralsFood & NutritionH20 in High Quality!MAGNESIUM GLYCINATE: SUPPLEMENT GUIDE Digestive Health and Enlightenment Sessions Nutrition EatContinue reading “Digestive Health + Enlightenment Sessions”
physical health and mind body connection. Mind-Body Connection and Physical health. Taking care of your body is essential for your physical health, as many illness show physical symptoms because the mental and emotional health went untreated for too long. This section is filled with information and resources on physical ailments, proper nutrition, exercise, and resources that contribute to physical health.
mental health and emotional health. stress, triggers, trauma and health. The Mind-Body connection is powerful. Mental and emotional health includes being able to know your triggers, heal your trauma, and manage your feelings and behaviors effectively. Anything that manifests physically, started first as thought and emotion, so remember to have your mental and emotional health treated. What’s on your mind? This section is filled with information and resources that contribute to mental health.
spirit. the nonphysical part of a person which is the seat of emotions and character; the soul. spiritual health and the mind body connection. how it affects the body. Mind-Body Connection and Spirit. Spirit is what can not be defined as part of the body or mind, yet the body, mind, and spirit affect each other. When the body’s systems work in harmony, and a person feels true peace in life, spiritual health flourishes. This section is filled with information and resources that contribute to spiritual health.