The entire world has been gripped with fear over the Covid 19 risks. Because of the perpetual bombardment of news regarding the same, it is virtually impossible to escape the negative and debilitative effects of fear as it relates to human physiology. Without question, chronic fear is destructive. We must realize that as a concrete … Continue reading Chronic fear – the real pandemic (part 1)
What does it mean to be a man? I have asked myself that question many times over in my life. Without fail, I find there is no single answer but a complexity of ideas. Being a man is more than just having the anatomical structure of one. To get to the answer to “what it … Continue reading Men, where are you?
Part 2 of 2 In the last blog, we discussed common and reversible causes of inflammation. That is important as we need to understand that chronic systemic inflammation is a part of nearly EVERY disease process. The remedies seems very clear...just reduce the inflammatory triggers. However, it is not that easy. So, what’s the problem? … Continue reading Inflammation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Inflammation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Part 1 of 2 Everyone who has had a sore throat, rash, hives, or a sprained ankle knows about inflammation. These are normal and appropriate responses of the immune — your body’s defense system — to infection and trauma. This kind of inflammation is good. We need … Continue reading Inflammation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly