Oil Pulling – Does It Work?


Have you ever heard of oil pulling? Neither had I until a client brought it up during a session last week. Oil pulling is an ancient aryuvetic treatment that “pulls” out bacteria in the mouth and surrounding areas by swishing with oil 2-3 times a day. What this does is encourage the increase in enzymes in the mouth that in turn draw harmful bacteria away from the sinuses, mouth and other areas. It is said that oil pulling can decrease congestion in the sinuses and the lungs, encourage lymphatic drainage, whiten the teeth, and decrease the bacteria in the mouth. I thought that I might give this a try to see if it really makes a difference. From what I


Is It Better To Give Than Receive?


Giving and receiving should go hand in hand, there should be some sort of balance with the two. For most of us though we consider ourselves one or the other. Either we are the type to drop what we are doing in order to help others no matter the cost or we take without being willing or able to return the favor. In truth we should be able to do both, and in being able to do both when the situation calls for it will help us to become healthier and happier. Givers are the mothers, the health care workers, the teachers and all of those that selflessly give of themselves with out concern of getting anything in return. Our


Perfectly Alright With Being Imperfect

“The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection” ~ George Orwell Why are we so hard on ourselves for being imperfect? As a society we have set such high standards for ourselves and have had such high standards set for us, that half the time we can’t see how unattainable they are. This happens in all aspects of life: You see it in the business man that works long after his children have gone to bed just to finish the projects given to him. You see it in the teenager that compares herself to super models, vowing that she will get plastic surgery as soon as she is 18. You see it in the student that


It’s Not Your Path


This article is inspired by client of mine. Most of us have heard the words “my path” or “my journey”, this is describing the experiences we all go through in life but more specifically the lessons we have learned along the way. For some of us, this path is as smooth as asphalt with some minor potholes, but for others it may seem as rough going as a hiking trail with fallen trees blocking its path. For each and every one of us this path looks completely different depending on the lessons we need to learn. Sometimes when the going gets tough it is so easy to look outside of ourselves for a distraction. Other peoples problems, hardships, or lessons


7 Tips To Maintaining A Healthy And Happy Relationship


There are numerous books and articles written about relationships because most relationships need help in one way or another. Not a one can be considered perfect. Don’t get me wrong,I can’t say that I have the perfect relationship, but being in bad ones has taught me what works and what doesn’t. All couples go through rough patches and all couples fight but here are a few tips that may help make your relationship healthier and happier. 1. The number one thing that builds a strong relationship is trust, and trust stems from honesty. Everyone has their little secrets, and that OK, but don’t lie about the big things. Here is a simple rule to follow: I you are some where,


6 Ways To Beat The Winter Blues

geirt.com / Foter / CC BY By the middle to end of February, most of us start to get stir crazy, and are waiting impatiently for the warmer weather that spring brings. Here are few ideas to that may hold you over until you shed the winter jackets and replace them with short sleeve shirts. 1. As cold as it seems some days, it is common to feel fatigued and worn out due to lack of sunlight this time of year. Vitamin D is so important and is directly associated with your mood. Try to get out for a short walk a couple of time s a week if you can. 2. Most of us want to hibernate during this


Don’t Let Shame Predict What You Think You Deserve


Most of us can look back on our lives and can find one or two situations that have caused us shame. Cheating in a relationship, backstabbing a friend, and lying are just a few I can think of off the top of my head. Depending on the severity of the circumstance, this shame can stay with us our entire lives and can predict our successes and our failures. Whether we know it or not, this shame or guilt is that little voice in the back of our minds telling us we are not worth it, not good enough. It is from this negative way of thinking that we sub-consciously start dictating what we believe we deserve, depending on the level


7 Tips To Help You Be Happier At Work


Let’s face it, it seems like most of the population gets up every morning and prepares themselves for a job they don’t enjoy. There are very few people that can say they love what they do, so what about the rest? Believe it or not there are 7 little tips that can help you be happier at work. Start each day with a positive attitude Despite what happened yesterday or the day before that, walk into work with a positive attitude. Realize that each day can be a day filled with new opportunities and chances to learn if you are open to them. Not only will your co-workers see the difference in you, your boss might as well. Changing the


Referral Incentive Program

We love referrals

The referral incentive program was introduced in our Decembers newsletter but for those of you that missed it, here are the details. We will be drawing names at the end of each quarter and awarding prizes for those that refer friends and family. The next name will be drawn June 30 and this quarters prize are cleaning products from Melaleuca. We try to use only natural products within our clinic, and have had many comments on the handsoap in the bathroom (yes it is included in the package!) For each person you refer to the clinic your name will be entered into the draw to win. The more people you refer, the greater your chances of winning! Upon your next

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