There are so many things out of our control right now. It’s overwhelming. If you are getting good sleep, great. If you’re not, like me, what can you do? What IS in our control right now, is our attitude and thoughts. To be honest, I’m even struggling with that. I’ve have never felt like I couldn’t control my thoughts more than I have right now. My 18-year-old daughter is on the other side of the world at school. I have family in Australia that are worried about the impac
Are you flipping out about Coronavirus? I must admit, I wasn’t. Then it finally got to me. The constant news stories, cases popping up closer and closer to home, flights being cancelled and finally my daughter’s university shut down until after Easter. And she lives in Europe. I intend to travel to Australia in May and I am hearing stories of people in Sydney getting up at the crack of dawn to stock up on food and toilet paper. Yup, it’s come down to fighting over toilet pape
It’s 2020 and the gut is the Big Man on Campus these days. Why? People are still getting sick. There is more targeted information on how our bodies work than ever. You have the internet to gain access to this information and how to use it. Life is moving fast. Technology is mind-blowing. Totally Immune is about using the latest insights about what works to stay healthy. Our focus is to prevent disease while you can without drugs (or as a complimentary booster to drugs).
Habit. I don’t even like the word. Am I the only one here? It’s one of those words that conjure thoughts of failure and hardship. In fact, new habits are probably one of the most failed endeavors you can try. Do a search on Amazon or Google on creating habits that stick and you will find a sea of books, websites, videos, articles and tips to achieve a goal that has an 80% failure rate. I discovered these stats when I decided to take a challenge that James Altucher posed t
Finally! The Vagus nerve has exploded onto the landscape of stress mastery, immune function, and positivity/mood control. We all know the saying, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” That may be true of our gambling mecca in the desert but does not apply to our Vagus nerve. The Vagus (Latin for wander) is a meandering pair of cranial nerves beginning in the brain stem and branching out to our vital organs. It is a superhighway of informative nerve fibers and the main