Posts Tagged: brain

Top Six Mindset Tips to Successfully Transform Your Injury and Yourself

September 30, 2019

What constitutes an optimal recovery mindset? Through over 20 years of clinical experience of observing those patients who were able to overcome their pain and injuries, and navigating my own personal experience, I have come to understand the importance of this aspect of, not only recovery, but healing and transformation. It shapes how you experience […]

Is Your Back Pain Wrecking Your Game?

August 30, 2019

Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and your back… Being in pain can reduce your excitement, enthusiasm, and options when it comes to many areas of your life. That includes your sex life. With 90% of people experiencing low back pain at some point in their life, patients sometimes question me as […]

A User’s Manual for Your Brain

December 27, 2018

Moonshots rarely begin with brainstorming clever solutions. The kind of personal evolution we are seeking starts with the hard work of finding the right questions. And I believe the primary question to be; “What does it take to feel more capable?” While there are several legs on the stool that comprise our well-being which must […]

Innovative Masculinity

November 19, 2018

My biggest fears lie in how uncomfortable I am with not knowing enough. As I get older, I become slightly more comfortable with not knowing everything. The more that you navigate the world, the more that you learn to question things. But the brain doesn’t like uncertainty. It always goes back to the reference point […]

Brainfullness Experiment

October 24, 2018

All of us are looking for magic, with a culture that reinforces it. A partner, a degree, a job, a new stress management tool that will take us to a better place. Our brains are continuously being hacked by media and advertising, and every other external source that profits from our fear. In addition, we […]

Multi-Tasking: Bad for your Brain

November 02, 2015

By Dr. Marc Bubbs Naturopathic Doctor Today, most people struggle to find enough time their lives. You can probably relate. Your days are most likely jammed packed with meetings, sales targets, family responsibilities, kids; the list goes on and on. Trying to find time to exercise, eat well, or simply relax can seem impossible. This […]

Your Brain on Sleep: A DIY Guide to a Better Night’s Sleep

October 26, 2015

Your Brain on Sleep: A DIY Guide to a Better Night’s Sleep Dr. Shannon Vander Doelen, Naturopathic Doctor We all have experienced the way sleep affects our brain. When we get a good night’s slumber and we feel alert and full of energy the next day. Our mood is more stable, and we’re able to […]

Psychodermatology – The Brain-Skin Connection

October 19, 2015

Psychodermatology – The Brain-Skin Connection By: Dr. Jen Newell I see many women in the clinic for holistic dermatology and one of common denominators among them is the presence of chronic stress. It is one of the most ignored causes of skin concerns from wrinkles to acne, dark bags under the eyes to hives and […]

Laughter, Stress, and your Brain

March 30, 2015

  By Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND, CSCS Stress is a the topic of the day on most health blogs, as today’s 24/7 constant connectivity society is seemingly wreaking havoc on our bodies and brains. Most of my clients say they don’t have ‘any extra time’ in the day, they are already over-scheduled, and they don’t […]