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Can listening to music have an effect on your health?

Listening to music is one of the few activates that involves using both hemispheres of the brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and can have surprising benefits not only for learning a language, improving memory and focusing attention but also for physical coordination and development.

We all know the type of music you choose to listen to can have an immediate effect on your mood, so wouldn’t it follow that your health would ultimately be affected too?

We choose different types of music depending on our environment and activity – if you are driving long distance on a road trip you might select something upbeat and fast-paced to energize you, while at the office most find its better to go with something more mellow and soft.

Research has shown that music stimulates brain wave activity synching itself to the beat thereby controlling the subjects heart rate as well as breathing. Its no wonder music can affect our moods so strongly with this amazing mind-body connection!

Music therapy has been shown to help ward off depression and have a calming effect, easing muscle tension as well as promoting movement. It has been shown to lower blood pressure, boost the immune system and bring about a positive state of mind promoting relaxation and stress management. According to Roger W. Wicke, Ph.D., Mozart’s music reduced epileptic seizures by 65% and was even effective for those who were comatose.

This brings about the question, is there one particular genre of music that is actually healthier for you than another? While we agree that beauty is subjective in and in this case in the ear of the beholder, it has been shown in studies that Classical Music, particularly Baroque Classical playing in the background while studying, listening to audios boosts the ability to absorb information and retain it accurately. Children with ADD and ADHD, when exposed to classical music on a regular ongoing basis are found to become less restless and less agitated lasting beyond the periods of listening. Plants also seem to favor classical tunes, flourishing and growing, yet when exposed to heavy metal or rock tend to wilt faster, need more water, and even sometimes die off. Not to say you should change your taste in music to please your houseplants.

To derive the greatest benefit, don’t just listen passively. Playing, writing or singing will give you the biggest boost. In one study a group of pre-school aged children were given music lessons while the second group was given computer lessons. The first group tested over all with a 2 to 3% IQ boost when compared again with the others and after two years of music lessons, pre-school children scored better on spatial reasoning tests than the other group of children that took computer lessons instead. So make some music! Sing out loud. The human voice, even if a little off-key, has even been shown to help developmentally with premature babies slowing their heart rates enabling them to take in more oxygen. The benefits do not end with the young. Alzheimer’s patients and even stroke victims when exposed to music produced more HGH (Human Growth Hormone) which helps with everything from pain, aging, muscle mass and energy.

Before you start thinking music is the end all be all cure for everything we do want to let you know that there are some negative effects as well.  When exposed to music that we take exception to blood pressure increases and a feeling of stress pervades. This could explain that all to familiar exclamation that every teenager hears from their parents at one time or another of “Turn that down!”

Music has even been used by the military in attempts to mentally wear down the enemy.

Music is vibration. Humans at the most base level are made of atoms containing energy particles which are vibrating so its no wonder we feel music to our very core and it affects us so strongly. The depth and range to which it can be used to support our health has not yet fully been understood, but the link is clear. So if you are feeling down, or under the weather, give it a try – put on some upbeat or relaxing music that you enjoy – best of all, unlike medication music has no side effects!

Originally posted: http://drkasters.com/chiropractic-blog/can-listening-music-effect-health/

Anxiety, Depression, Inability to Cope With Life – The “Broken Brain” CAN be healed!

It is the #1 cause of disability and affects 1.1 billion people.

This is the epidemic of broken brains. 

Depression, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, Anxiety, ADD, Stress, ADHD, Foggy Thinking, and just a general Inability to Cope with Life… You CAN be healed… Brain disorders are real.. JOIN US to learn the secrets for creating your best brain health ever.

They may all seem like separate problems, but all stem from a root cause that often goes undiagnosed and the medical community covers it up with symptom masking drugs.

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Do You Fill Your Days with Noise?

There is no doubt that we live in a fast-paced loud world. Radio, television, computer and cell phone generated videos, music services streamed right to our smartphones, crowds, kids playing, dogs barking, horns honking – do you ever just sit in silence?

If the answer is “no”, you may need to rethink your routine.

Noise is on a basic level – distraction.

The question becomes, what are we all distracting ourselves from?

Why do we feel the need to fill our days with all of this programming and entertainment? Can we no longer just simply “be”?

The act of deliberately sitting in silence and allowing yourself to simply be allows your mind and body to relax and more importantly actually tune in and hear your own inner thoughts. When this becomes a super relaxed state it can delve into meditation.

Meditation and even simply sitting in silence allows you to connect with your higher self. It allows the body, mind, and spirit to refocus. We all need this on a daily basis as it boosts not only your mood but your health and the overall state of being.

Use today as your test day. Just make note of how much noise you are really around, including random chatter. Tomorrow, now that you are aware, take some time to yourself and just allow yourself to sit, breathe and be if only for a few moments. Then compare the two days – at the end of each day checking in with yourself asking “How do I feel?”

Technology is wonderful, friends, family, life in general, but it also can wear down your internal battery. Taking time to yourself is not only important, it’s vital and many of us get so wrapped up in daily living that we sometimes overlook the most important person in our lives – ourselves.

Save Internet Neutrality #BreaktheInternet

Major websites and social media platforms are teaming up for an “epic” online demonstration to show what the web would look like without net neutrality.

In addition to making their voices heard in the streets, net neutrality defenders have planned a massive online demonstration this week ahead of the FCC’s scheduled vote on chairman Ajit Pai’s deeply unpopular plan to kill the open internet, which critics have denounced as “naked corporatism.”

Slated to begin TODAY—and continue through to the scheduled vote by the Republican-controlled FCC on Thursday—the “Break the Internet” protest is aimed at showing “the world what the web will look like without net neutrality.”

The demonstrations will vary widely, depending on the platform. “Facebook and LinkedIn users will ‘break’ their profiles by changing their relationship status to ‘Married’ (to net neutrality) or adding a new ‘job’ of ‘Defending Net Neutrality,’” Fight for the Future noted in a press release on Monday. “Websites and apps will participate by doing something to ‘break’ their platform and encourage their users to contact Congress.”

Many major websites have been working in conjunction with activists to drive calls to Congress since the day Pai unveiled his plan to eliminate net neutrality rules just before Thanksgiving. According to Battle for the Net, over 833,000 calls have been made since November 21.

Last week, internet users flooded the front page of Reddit with posts shaming their representatives for selling out to the telecom industry—and applauding those who have stood firm in their support for net neutrality.

More of the same is expected today, as websites large and small will use their platforms to mobilize further opposition to Pai’s attack on net neutrality with a variety of tools—from simple banners warning that the “FCC is about to vote to kill net neutrality” to video bumpers demonstrating “the kind of power that giant cable companies will have over us if we let the FCC end net neutrality rules.”

Individual supporters of net neutrality have also been encouraged to participate by flooding congressional phone lines and using their platforms on Facebook, Twitter, and sites to raise alarm about the devastating consequences Pai’s proposals will have on the web.

Using the hashtag #BreaktheInternet, many have taken to Twitter to promote the upcoming demonstration and encourage others to take part.

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Originally posted: http://theantimedia.org/break-the-internet-save-net-neutrality/

Vaccines Revealed – Join Us As We Expose The Biggest Health Experiment…Ever

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They’ve revoked the licenses of doctors who dare to question the connection between vaccines and autism…

They’ve bribed politicians and government health officials.Enough is enough. It’s time to change that.

It’s time to uncover the truth and take back our health – not just for ourselves, but for our children as well.

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Why Everyone Is So Offended – The Real Deal

I have been puzzled as to why in recent years everyone is so offended by pretty much everything and anything under the sun that we could possibly take issue with and argue about.

It isn’t that someone disagrees with them (though yes that at times can be irritating). It’s that people these days stand for causes and beliefs like they are a badge of honor as if it makes them a part of some kind of unspoken team. Somehow the belief gets woven into the fabric of who they are so if you challenge the belief, it becomes a personal affront to them even though it isn’t really about them at all.

Adding to that, between media and school systems American’s are being indoctrinated into believing whatever idea or story is put forth, in the way that it is slanted and portrayed by the ones writing behind the scenes.

We tend to believe what is put forth as fact. The problem is it isn’t always true in all cases. 

Here is the thing I find interesting. If you challenge a belief that someone has on a real core level. Something they have seen, touched or tasted for themselves, they remain unshakable. They simply “know” that you, the opposing force, isn’t right. There isn’t a need to fight or win the argument. It’s enough that they know the truth and walking away is easy.

When a belief is challenged and the believer has no stable ground to back up why they feel the way they feel, that is when offense, anger, fear, and outrage seem to come up to bat.  

Misinformation, lack of education, and indoctrination are all leading us down a wobbly pothole filled road where we feel unsettled and we are grasping at straws and picking fights with one another when the truth is – we don’t really have to agree, agreeing to disagree is a perfectly acceptable outcome. 

5 Meal Prep Diet Mistakes You Might Be Making

Whether you want to lose weight or save money on snacks and meals out, the meal prep diet is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many people.

While some people are put off by the time and effort required, it’s one of the most reliable methods of having a cost-effective healthy diet from Monday to Friday.

And yet, many people make mistakes when they first switch to the meal prep diet. They find that they are not satisfied with what they’re eating, or that they’re not reaping the benefits that the meal prep diet promised.

Keep reading to find out about the most common mistakes people make. If you know these 5 mistakes you might be making with your meal prep diet, you can avoid them in the future. Let’s take a look.

1. Prepping Too Much or Too Little

It’s not easy to estimate how much or how little you need for each meal. There’s always the possibility that you prep either too much or too little.

The danger of making too much is that you either eat more than you need or you throw away the rest.

If you’re eating more than you need then you’re not being healthy. And if you don’t eat the food you prepared, then it’s costly and wasteful.

On the other hand, if you’re not prepping enough for to last you the entire week, you’ll run out by Wednesday. Then you’ll be back to expensive take-outs and salty snacks to supplement your diet.

When you first start the meal prep diet, you find that it can be difficult to know how much food you require per meal. But don’t continue to prep random amounts of food with thinking carefully about the right quantity.

Once you have been prepping food for a while, you will know how much you need to last you until Friday. By then, you can start to measure out the right amounts.

And if you occasionally go over the amount you need for the week, you can always put meals in the fridge or freezer. Most food keeps up to a week. Grains last three months while fruits and vegetables can last as a long as a year in the freezer.

It may take more time to get the right amount of food for the week, but it’s surely worthwhile in the end.

2. Prep Food You Want to Eat

When starting the meal prep diet you might try to experiment with some super healthy foods. We’ve all been there.

You persuade yourself that you’re going to eat it, lose weight and enjoy it too. And then, in the moment of truth, you can’t manage to eat that fennel and broccoli salad. And instead, you opt to purchase an expensive fried chicken sandwich from the shop down the street.

This is a costly and wasteful habit.

Although it’s good to eat healthily, don’t make yourself eat something you hate just because it’s good for you. Especially if you don’t end up eating it at all anyway.

Instead, pack your meals with healthy and delicious ingredients that you like to eat so that you can’t wait to dig into your lunch.

3. Maintain a Balanced Diet

The meal prep diet can really help you to maintain a balanced diet. That means a healthy mix of protein, complex carbohydrates, healthy fat, and vegetables.

If you don’t fill your meals with the right balance of carbohydrates and protein, you may experience all kinds of side-effects from fatigue to weight gain.

You may also consider tweaking your diet to achieve your goals. For example, to increase muscle or lose weight consider including a higher portion of protein into your meals.

The best way to ensure you have the balanced diet is to prepare all of your ingredients at the same time. If you still need to roast a chicken breast to make up your balanced diet, then you may be inclined to skip it.

4. Mix Up Your Ingredients

Coming up with creative, interesting and delicious meals to eat every day can be challenging. However, eating the same thing every day can be very boring as well. A salad of lettuce, tomato, and cucumber gets dull after a while.

You can make your meals more interesting by planning ahead. For instance, when you’re prepping your vegetables for the week, don’t just prep carrots and peas for every day. Cook a variety of vegetables and place them in separate containers to mix up your meals throughout the week.

5. Get a Freezer and Containers for Your Meal Prep Diet

If you are going to take the meal prep diet seriously then there are two things that are essential – a freezer and some containers.

The first is a wide range of containers to store your meals. If you only have a few containers to store meals, you are limiting the amount you can prepare at any one time.

They need to be the right size as well. If they are too large, you’ll be tempted to eat more than you need and gain weight. One method to avoid this is to buy containers with specific measurements so you don’t overfill your meals.

You need quality containers with good seals to prevent your food from going stale. This may depend on lifestyle as well. For instance, if you have a long commute to work, consider purchasing a cooler that keeps your food chilled on the way to work.

The second essential item is a large freezer for storing your meals. A freezer allows you to prep a lot more food in advance. Plus, it keeps many perishable foods, such as chicken, fresh for much longer periods of time.

Last Word

Whether you’re prepping to lose weight, or simply want to save money – don’t be disheartened. The meal prep diet may take some getting used to, but it’s worthwhile in the end. Avoid these mistakes by following our advice and your new diet won’t let you down.

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Originally postedhttps://www.muscleupmeals.com/meal-prep-diet-5-mistakes/
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Guess I’ll Sit Around and Medicate – America’s Opioid Crisis

I look at the big picture of the drug culture in the United States and how widely accepted it is to medicate yourself yet when that doctor prescribed medication leads to addiction or illegal drugs enter into the picture it becomes taboo. 

What’s the difference, really? One is government sanctioned while the other remains illegal and therefore underground. Chemical substances that alter the body and the mind (alcohol included) have the same effects – regulated or not.

Listening to the lyrics of the hit song Rx – Medicate by Theory of a Deadman I find myself reflecting on my life and all of the people I have cared about over the years.

Tyler Connolly’s lyrics reflect the state of the opioid crisis here in America as well as it’s overall drug culture. It’s a realistic and sad commentary on just how bad things have become. Nearly anyone you talk to these days has been touched by this in some way – personally, by a friend or a family member.

Drug overdoses killed roughly 64,000 people in the United States last year alone, according to the first governmental account of nationwide drug deaths to cover all of 2016. That is up 540% over the last 3 years. Alcohol-Related Deaths: An estimated 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes annually. These numbers are growing and are staggering, killing more people than HIV, Guns, and Car Crashes combined.

As a country? We are literally killing ourselves.

I look back and so many of my friends that I used to go out and have a good time with have fallen prey to addictive behavior that has set their health and lives back at one time or another, hurting relationships, friendships and the people they care about but mostly harming themselves. It makes me feel very sad and at the same time alarmed at what is going on around me.

How did this country get here? While there is no way I can pinpoint a single blanket reason, I do know for sure that the rate at which anti-depressants, mood stabilizers, and painkillers are dispensed like tic-tacs for-profit and kickbacks plays a big part. The list of side effects that are accepted include raised suicide risk and death, how are these medications legalized, to begin with, and who decided that risk of death is worth it?

The other portion of the equation is personal responsibility for your own happiness and mental wellbeing. The message has been pushed loud and clear in media.

“If you aren’t happy, take a pill.”

When the real answer is never found in a pill, it’s found within. Working on your life and on yourself – without chemical interference. Medications in some cases can serve as a temporary band-aid, but they aren’t a cure and worse, they can become a trap.

This isn’t an easy problem. It has become interwoven into our culture. From the outside dealing with someone who is addicted leaves you feeling helpless because no matter what you do or say – you cannot really help. I cannot even imagine being on the other side of the coin.

I don’t have any answers here. Just happened to be listening to Spotify and that song really struck a cord. To anyone dealing with drug or alcohol dependency on any level – I sincerely wish you the very best. 

 

Over the Counter Pain Reliever Dangers and Alternative Suggestions

Over the counter medication is generally believed to be safe by most of us. They come in colorful easily recognizable boxes that sit in our medicine cabinets. We reach for them whenever we have an ache or pain and don’t give it much consideration – at least not in the same way that we do with prescription pills.

Listening to the vast array of drug commercials on television these days we have grown accustomed to hearing a huge list of side effects which range from mildly irritating to permanent and possibly life-changing on controlled medications. But what about the medications we take without thought on a fairly regular basis. Do they have side effects as well?

Let’s take a look.

The three most commonly used non-prescription pain relievers on the market today here in the US are Ibuprofen, Naproxen, and Acetaminophen.

IBUPROFEN: Also known by a whole host of brand names including Advil, Motrin, Nuprin, and Ultraprin.

The USES: It is used to relieve pain, tenderness, swelling, and stiffness, as well as menstrual pain, headaches, toothaches, arthritis, and backaches.

Possible SIDE EFFECTS: The warning label states that people who take NSAIDs such as ibuprofen may have a higher risk of heart attack and stroke than those who don’t. Common side effects include: constipation, diarrhea, gas or bloating, dizziness, nervousness, ringing in the ears, unexplained weight gain, fever, blisters, rash, itching, hives, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing, hoarseness, tiredness, pain in the upper right hand portion of the stomach, loss of appetite, yellowing of the skin and or eyes, flu-like symptoms, pale skin, fast heartbeat, cloudy urine, back pain, blurred vision, red or painful eyes, stiff neck, headache, confusion and even aggression.

NAPROXEN: Also labeled as Aleve, Midol Extended Relief, and Wal-Proxen.

The USES: Nonprescription naproxen is used to reduce fever and to relieve mild pain from headaches, muscle aches, arthritis, menstrual periods, the common cold, toothaches, and backaches. It is also suggested for menstrual pain, bursitis, arthritis, juvenile arthritis, and tendonitis.

Possible SIDE EFFECTS: All of the same listed side effects of Ibuprofen plus possible difficult or painful urination.

ACETAMINOPHEN:  Marketed as Tylenol, St. Joseph’s Aspirin Free, Panadol, and Halenol among many others.

The USES: Acetaminophen is used to relieve mild to moderate pain from headaches, muscle aches, menstrual periods, colds and sore throats, toothaches, backaches, and reactions to vaccinations, and to reduce fever. Acetaminophen may also be used to relieve the pain of osteoarthritis. Acetaminophen is in a class of medications called analgesics (pain relievers) and antipyretics (fever reducers). It works by changing the way the body senses pain and by cooling the body.

Possible SIDE EFFECTS: Side effects include rash, hives, itching, swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, hands, feet, ankles or lower legs, hoarseness, difficulty breathing or swallowing. Additionally, Acetaminophen, when taken beyond recommended doses or mixed with alcohol, can cause liver damage.

Additional to the side effects listed, we also need to be mindful of mixing with other medications, which can cause interaction issues.

One danger that isn’t often talked about is Drug-Induced Liver Disease. This encapsulates all liver diseases that are actually caused by physician-prescribed medications as well as over the counter medications and also recreational drugs. Some of the main culprits are pain relievers (primarily the three we have been discussing), antibiotics, antidepressants, anti-cancer agents, high blood pressure medications, high cholesterol drugs and those for diabetes and irregular heart rhythms.

There is a wide range of severity in DILD. The scale goes like this. 1.abnormal blood levels of liver enzymes – no symptoms, 2. Hepatitis, 3. Necrosis, 4. Steatosis (accumulation of fat in the liver cells) 5. Cirrhosis, 6. Liver failure, 7. Blood clots in the veins within the liver likely resulting in death.

If you have taken a good amount of these products, signs that you may have an issue and may need to be checked out are fatigue, weakness, vague abdominal pain, loss of appetite, yellowing of the skin, itching, bruising easily. More advanced cases you may see fluid accumulation in the legs and abdomen, mental confusion, coma, kidney failure and gastrointestinal bleeding.

If these medications are so potentially damaging, what is there that we can do if we are in pain? Are there alternatives?

Here are a few suggestions:

Chiropractic: getting your body in working proper alignment is vital to overcome pain.

Heat: increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the area and also suppresses pain signals to the brain

Ice: relieves inflammation and works as a local anesthetic

Stretching: your body is designed for movement – this gets the blood flowing and the healing process as well

Sleep: You need a healthy amount of sleep to heal and restore your body

Therapeutic massage: Can work wonders – it releases endorphins (a powerful pain-relieving substance in the body)

Turmeric: Used in place of NSAIDs as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory

Devil’s claw: Back pain and arthritis – this is an analgesic and anti-inflammatory

Arnica: For injury, bruising and muscle soreness

SAM-E & MSM: for osteoarthritis – this is a painkiller and anti-spasmodic with analgesic properties.

Boswellia: Great for arthritis. More potent and less toxic than standard NSAIDs

White Willow Bark: Effective fever reducer and pain reliever (never take with aspirin)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil: Acts much like Ibuprofen – anti-inflammatory and painkiller.

Fish Oil: Omega 3’s help with rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, gout and even sinusitis.

So next time, before reaching for the over the counter pain reliever, you may want to swing by the nearest health food store or stop into our office and get an adjustment and some heat, ice, ultrasound or electrostimulation therapy.

Chiropractor in Ft Myers, FL, and Naples, FL

Fort Myers Chiropractor, Dr. Jason B. KasterChiropractic care is a safe, alternative treatment when applied appropriately. Chiropractic treatments help in dealing with the symptoms of many conditions. Are you going to wait for your symptoms to be felt, or are you going to prevent it as soon as possible?

Dr. Jason B. Kaster, a chiropractor in Fort Myers and Naples, can help you and your family achieve their optimal health.