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WholeSelf Wellness Blog
Natural health and holistic medicine blog by Jc Drobac.
October 28, 2020
The numbers of small-business closures since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic hit in early March is staggering. Each month sees more businesses permanently close their doors. Even the business that have managed to keep their doors open are hurting, many uncertain how long they can remain open.
August 10, 2020
Why you should show up 10 to 30 minutes ahead of your session for your mandatory intake time; how to create your own session or let your therapist create one for you; learn to skip the before-session shower, and other helpful tips to get the most from every bodywork session!
June 17, 2020
The theory is that “outside air is always cleaner than inside air.” Indoor air pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than outdoors, and sometimes indoor pollutants exceed 100 times that of outdoor levels when measuring for the same pollutants, according to the EPA. So, good ventilation for your home and your workplace, whenever possible, is a must.
April 1, 2020
Whether it's avoiding colds, the flu, COVID-19, or other various illnesses, creating and maintaining a strong immune system is key in living a good quality—and ideally, a good quantity—of life. Here are some simple steps toward what we all want: a lifetime of good health!
March 24, 2020
For as long as I can remember, I've always subscribed to the motto 'the best defense is a good offense' when it comes to health. So, let's be sure we're doing as many proactive (and fewer reactive) actions that support our good health and strong disease prevention—not just for now, but for a lifetime. Read on for healthy self-care ideas to help us empower ourselves!
March 2, 2020
If our American diets weren't so sodium-laden, the water in fruits and vegetables MIGHT be enough, but the sodium rapidly soaks up well-intended water we take in, leaving our tanks low on water. Various sources speculate our bodies are made up of up to 60% water. The brain and heart are composed of 73% water, the lungs are about 83% water, the skin contains 64% water. The muscles and kidneys are 79% water, and even the bones are a watery 31%.
February 24, 2020
If you've ever experienced the sensation that the room is spinning out of control, you know how disconcerting or scary it can be. As common as it is, I'm always surprised there's not more information out there about this topic. For most folks, they've never heard of it until after they've experienced an awful dizziness episode or two.
These days, more and more clients are mentioning episodes of severe dizziness, often in bed when turning over. That's a key sign. This type of dizziness can be triggered by lying down or on rolling over in bed.
February 3, 2020
Charlotte, a very youthful 68-year old, works out at the gym 3 early mornings each week with cardio and weights, and then runs around all day on Monday though Friday chasing her young daycare children, which she’s done for 40 years.
Charlotte’s significant DBS Therapy results are very inspiring! Her story provides insight to a truly proactive approach to staying well. Her dedication to this process really paid off—24 symptoms improved, as well as money and time saved.
October 14, 2019
When I started working with Margaret a half-year ago, her back and shoulder pain had hindered any attempts at working out, and her weight gain concerned both her and her family. Margaret’s improvements — including a huge decrease in back pain — combined with her great attitude, have let her meet a lot of her DBS Therapy goals. Our measurements demonstrate that Margaret has lost a total of 3.5” off her waist so far. She now works out 3 to 5 times per week, with cardio and weight-resistance training.
October 1, 2019
Myofascial Release Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Craniosacral Therapy are three powerful modalities therapists often incorporate into healing sessions. At WholeSelf, we incorporate these techniques into bodywork sessions as needed. Though you’ve probably heard of these therapy methods, how much do you actually know about them? We’re going to explain each type of therapy, how it works, and the benefits of each of them so you’re never left wondering which types of therapy are best for you!