Physical Well Being (Part One of 2)

Physical Well Being (Part one of 2)

Have you taken the time to get an accurate picture of your health – I mean, how do you feel? Take pencil and paper. Write your answers to each question without hesitation.

How do you feel physically and emotionally at this time? In your head, take a survey of exactly how you feel today, now.

His head is clear in the mind? Do you have headaches? How are you? His ears? Throat? The nose? Do not click on the jaw? Never has stuck open or closed? Do you cringe or shake the jaw? How do you open the mouth comfortably?

What about teeth? Any aches, pains or feelings? Do you have silver fillings in your mouth? Do you know that mercury is banned in most of the world. I’ll be happy to send you a free report on the dangers of mercury. See Appendix A for details.

If you think you know everything is hullabalou as a specialized kinesiologist treated a person standing on antipsychotic drugs, because it seemed to have schizophrenia.

I suggested she replace her silver fillings with ceramic panels. (This is very dangerous and should be performed by a qualified dentist)

Guess what. No more schizophrenia. I also know someone whose painful muscle condition disappeared after the amalgam fillings replaced with ceramic panels.

Move along, how far can you comfortably turn your head?

Can you use your shoulder as before, when you were younger?

Are you comfortable range of motion?

Can you raise your arms as high as you want and get the jar of peanuts on the top shelf in the kitchen cupboard?

Can you make a fist?

Can you open your hands wide?

How are your wrists?

Is it easy to type or write or use your hands? No thumbs and fingers moving as you want?

What about your heart? Did you climb the stairs to breathe easily?

What is your blood pressure? High? Fund? Just right?

Keep going. Get everything about your physical condition.

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  1. Excellent article, thanks.

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