I’m sitting in a restaurant with Tim and some friends enjoying a lovely evening dinner. Except, every 15 minutes, I am either taking off my lightweight jacket to reveal a vest top or, putting the jacket back on again.
Embrace your pain! I remember spending a week last year with a sporting legend, American Footballer Ray Lewis. Because of his career as an American Footballer, and one famous for tackling harder than pretty much anyone in the NFL (National Football League), he has over the years, developed a pretty close relationship with pain.
Nowadays, in this crazy modern world, it may come as a surprise to many of you that the simple spice Turmeric has so many incredible healing properties. Of course, Eastern cultures have valued Turmeric for its medicinal properties and warm, peppery flavor for more than 5,000 years.
Spinal nerve irritation can block the free flow of information between your brain and the rest of your body, interfering with healthy functioning and leading to a wide range of diseases. This nerve irritation happens following trauma, with toxicity and increasingly with poor posture.