4 Things to Improve the Quality of Sleep

The quality of sleep enhances health. Not enough sleep can lead to many mental, emotional, and physical problems. It seems when we are young, we could live without sleep for long periods of time – studying for exams, racing across … Continue reading

Will Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll Make Your Life Better?

A single glass of wine is healthy, however, multiple glasses are not. Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, was asked a couple of days ago what made him so healthy and fit at the age of 76. He said, “Sex, Drugs, and … Continue reading

Is Enough Enough?

I was listening to a radio show recently. A guest had published a book on health, fitness, and religion. He attributed the following statement to St. Francis de Sales, “Half an hour’s meditation each day is essential, except when you … Continue reading

The Worst Thing to do Daily

Three weeks ago, I left on vacation. My wife and I went to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. We visited family on the way there and the return. Vacation is not the worst thing you can do. It might be the best … Continue reading

’57 Chevy and Aging

I left a meeting recently and found a 1957 Chevrolet ahead of me at a stop light. I have had a love affair with that particular model since the mid-60’s when I was old enough to drive. I see the … Continue reading

Been a Kid Lately – or Ever?

We stress out about a lot of things every day. It’s normal. We should release those stresses often, but many of us do not. It’s a choice. The more stress you hold on to, the higher the risk of disease … Continue reading

21 Tips for More Happiness in Your Life

1.  Desire to be happy.  Expect to be happy. The verbs desire and expect talk to your subconscious mind. Wants and needs talk to your conscious mind. Your subconscious mind controls your life. 2.  Make smiling a habit. It is … Continue reading

Eat Less (or More) Depending

Studies have been done on healthy individuals using 20 percent to 30 percent reduction of calories from previous normal levels. Testing results showed: ● Improved heart function ● Reduced biomarkers of inflammation ● Reduced risk factors for cardiovascular disease and … Continue reading

Controlling Stress Is Easier Than You Think

Stress is the genesis of 80% of more of all doctors’ visits. Stress can be the cause of heart attacks, high blood pressure, immune system decline, colds, flu, peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis, stroke, insomnia, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, herpes, depression, chronic … Continue reading

Weight Loss – Breathing Properly Can Improve Your Weight Loss and Health

The Basics: The key thoughts of this blog are – Breathing, when done correctly, reduces stress, improves your health and can help you lose weight. Google and YouTube are two great resources to learn and see how prayanamas (breathing exercises) … Continue reading