Pain Relief Centres Blog - Part 18
February 4, 2010

Posture and Success

Good news, great news in fact.

As I’ve said before, the most important thing to do to get your brain really working for you is to have a goal, a purpose, a sense of direction. Having a sense of direction is Dr Maxwell Maltz’s fist part of the Success Mechanism, in his book Psycho-Cybernetics (links at bottom of page for various links to the book).

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November 30, 2009

Vaccine Miscarriage

Once again, the safety of vaccines, in particular the H1N1 swine flu vaccine is being questioned.

The first thing you must know about the swine flu vaccine is that it is so safe that in the US the drug companies have given them immunity from being sued if it does kill anyone! This is probably as the drug companies are used to being sued and they new that there was no way on earth they could do all the proper testing if they where going to cash in on this (possibly manufactured) epidemic. Of course the US government really helped push this through quickly – so was probably quite happy to grant the vaccine makers immunity from prosecution.

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November 30, 2009

New Hope for MS Sufferers

It seems some clever noggin, Dr Paolo Zamboni, has re-examined the evidence of what causes Multiple Sclerosis and has come up with a new theory, a new treatment, and initial studies are going well.

So far in a group of 65 patients a new procedure has been carried out that has been 70%-80% successful.Continue reading

Stress, Insulin, Cholesterol, Hormones and Your Brain.

Stress reduction technique

You could follow the advice in the picture above, which is pretty much how most people deal with stress – badly – OR you could start to understand what’s happening and what you could really do:

The purpose of this little essay is to give you a quick crash course in human physiology so you can get the big picture of how stress causes disease and why so many people in the West get heart disease, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromylgia, arthritis, diabetes and dementia to name just a few.

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November 12, 2009

Quackbusting the Quackbusters part 2

Or “Are medical doctors ignorant, to busy to think, or just poorly trained?”

Its time to get on my soap box again after hearing 2 stories this morning from a couple of patients.

So I’d like to share these anecdotes with you, and back it up with some science ( a study you can guarantee will not make it onto the so-called ‘quackwatch’ sites, and will be ignored by such people as Simon ‘keep libel laws out of science, so I don’t have to be objective’ Singh ).

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