Monday, March 17, 2014

What's Keeping You Awake?

What's keeping you up at night?

If you find yourself tossing and turning, struggling to get to sleep, or lying awake at night, there are simple, highly effective techniques which can help you to relax and get a good night's sleep.  

Some of the relaxation techniques I use include guided visualization and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). Both of them are very easy to use, and can help with relaxing the body's muscles and calming the mind.

People often struggle with visualization, but having a script for the visualization can be extremely helpful. You can picture yourself in a relaxing environment, or just relaxing your body and getting a good night's sleep.  

EFT. sometimes known as "meridian tapping", is also highly effective. It can be used for relaxing your body or for addressing the source of your anxiety or sleep problems. This could be, for example:  
  • a noisy environment 
  • a change of schedule 
  • money worries 
  • exam stress, or 
  • something else preying on your mind.
EFT can also be used with children, babies and pets.

Click here for help with relieving anxiety and stress and look forward to getting a good night's sleep. 

Monday, March 03, 2014

Black Health: Pain Relief without Drugs – Free Downloads

You probably know that people of African heritage are at statistically higher risk of certain health issues.  Then, too, some issues affect everyone.  
Did you know that painkillers can triple your risk of cancer?

Pharmaceuticals save millions of lives on a daily basis. But many people die from using prescription drugs every year.

A new drug, a powerful opiate, has recently been approved for use in the United States. This painkilling drug has been described as“frightening”.

But there are safe, effective methods of relieving pain – without drugs.

Click here to learn more. Plus you can download some free ebooks on drug-free pain relief: 

These ebooks give examples of how people have relieved or eliminated pain, including intense pain and chronic pain, related to a variety of health issues including arthritis, back pain and shingles.

Please share this information with anyone who can benefit from it.

Here's to your health!