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The Invisible and Ignored. Lymph

When we talk about body systems, the ones commonly mentioned are cardio-vascular, nervous, muscular and skeletal. And yet, there is a system our entire body (except for hair, nails and cartilage) bathes in constantly – lymphatic! There are fifteen liters of lymph in a human body. That is three times more than blood! If you […]

OMM

In June 2016 I spent time visiting family in Eastern Europe. I noticed that my younger brother Denis looked more peaceful and present than ever. Unlike me, who has been diagnosed with depression and anxiety that came shortly after a traumatic experience in April of the same year… I asked what`s up and he gladly […]

Himalayas Air in Your Bedroom

From the moment I saw an online ad for Himalayan salt lamps, I knew I wanted one! I owned this lamp for many years now and it worked great all this time, providing soft, orange-ish glow for my bedroom, and, allegedly, ionizing the air. I think I only changed a bulb once or twice in ten years! I honestly […]

Superbrain Yoga

Need to recharge the brain, focus on a mental task, stop forgetting where you left the keys or simply raise your IQ? Easy! A simple exercise done daily will help with all of that. If you do not want to buy a book and read it through, here it is in a few steps: 1) […]

You think you know how to breathe?

In August 2014 I have participated in a life-changing seminar called Restorative Breathing, taught by Lois Laynee, Ph.d. The idea was brilliantly simple, the exercises taught in class were great. I highly recommend any health practitioner or just a layman to take that class with Lois. In a few words, optimal breathing in a healthy […]

Your brain has restart buttons

And it is called the Brain Buttons! The more I study the body and mind, the more I realize that most powerful tools are also the most simple ones. And they are often totally free. Here is one of the most important tools I have come across in my life. I have been using it […]

How legs against the wall help with sleep

Having your legs up on the wall helps to de stress. No, really, it does. Here is how: Stress is deeply connected to your diaphragm for when it moves freely, the rib cage can expand, the lungs can fill more fully and the PNS (Parasympathetic Nervous System) wakes up. Diphragm also helps to pump the […]