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Links: Somatic Experiencing & Trauma Healing

  Somatic Experiencing ® on the Web, founder Peter A Levine PhD.  Developmental Trauma–Neuro-affective Relational Model. Laurence Heller, PhD. The ACE Study: NIH and Kaiser study of Adverse experience in childhood and chronic illness in adults.

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Video Interview with Peter Levine

In this interview by The Optimist, Peter  A Levine, founder of SE,  discusses how unexplained symptoms may arise from unresolved trauma and how everyone can heal from it. Books by Peter Levine referred to in the interview are: Waking the Tiger, Healing Trauma.  1997. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley CA, 94712. Healing Trauma: A Pioneering Program for...

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Links: Integrative Wellness

LINKS: INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS drweil.com Kaiser Natural Medicine Comprehensive Database. ® National Institutes of Health. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Science, clinical research, consumer education. American Botanical Council. Information about herbs. Independent testing of health & nutrition products.  

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WHAT WAS SAID TO THE ROSE

  What was said to the rose that made it open was said to me here in my chest.   What was told the Cypress that made it strong and straight,   what was whispered the jasmine so it is what it is, whatever made the sugarcane sweet,   whatever was said to the inhabitants...

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How do Fruits and Veggies Love Us? Let us Count the Ways

How Do Fruits and Veggies Love Us? Let Us Count the Ways By Christine Sadlowski Edited by David G. Fairchild, MD, MPH The oft-cited five servings per day of fruits and vegetables was the optimal amount for limiting overall and cardiovascular mortality, but not cancer mortality, in a BMJ meta-analysis. Culling data from 16 prospective,...

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An animal study: profound physiological effects of stress

Stress Reveals Connections Between the Brain and the Blood Steven Dubovsky, MD reviewing Heidt T et al. Nat Med 2014 Jul. Chronic unpredictable stress has profound physiologic effects. It is well known that chronic stress, especially if it is unpredictable, promotes inflammation. To learn more, researchers conducted a series of experiments in mice and 29...

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