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Monday, June 24, 2013 @1 pm (CST)
Today, I’m going to be talking about “THE OTHER RUSH”, Endorphins. this is part 2 of a 8 part series. You’ve probably heard about “the runner’s high” or something similar… hot yoga does that too, but I’m also going to talk about what happens when you don’t get your drugs.
Endorphins are responsible for clearing the dust out of your mind, making the world seem new, imporve sleep cycles and wide variety other benefits if you know how to access those chemicals in a healthy way.
I’m also going to transition, a little, to cover how endorphins and adrenalin affect people’s life choices, their wants and needs, even whom they get into relationships with. Join me at 1 pm and let’s talk about it.
If you want to join the show call (818) 668-5406 or email me a question to email@example.com
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Laughter is contagious. When laughter is shared, it creates a bond between the people laughing. When we see and hear people laughing, we sometimes laugh as well...even when we don't know what they are laughing about. Laughter helps us relax as it releases endorphins from the brain which promote a sense of well-being for the person laughing. Some people say it can temporarily help relieve pain.
Laughter supports our physical health as it stengthens the immune system and helps us to eliminate stress. This ability to laugh helps us through the tough times and supports our emotional health as well.
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, as she talks with Jeffrey Briar, Director of the Laughter Yoga Institute and finds out the difference between yoga and laughter yoga. Learn why you should have a regular, daily laughter practice and what some of the benefits of laughter might be for both your physical and emotional well being.
The ORACLE, brings insight to the internet. The ORACLE Speaks With You, is a call in radio show, Inspired by the ORACLE's writing and motivated by your input. Whatever the subject, The ORACLE brings knowledge and a personal understanding to the table and leaves you feeling as if you have been hugged from the inside out.
The LABBX Spoken Worlds Pavilion was an overwhelming SUCCESS! Thank you all
This week's theme LAUGH. Laugh with your G-D, yourself and with those you consider family and friends. Laughter sooths the soul and ignites the spirit with glee. To laugh is to live, as laughter lengthens your life; helps maintain a healthy immune system by increasing endorphins. Laugh till you cry. Laugh for no reason. Laugh when you’re sad, laugh when you’re mad. Laugh for nothing at all. Laugh like the child you were and the child you need to be.Laugh at yourself when you least expect to, at those times when laughter is the furthest thing from your intentions. Laugh with abandonment to what’s right, breaking protocol. Laugh so loud G-d and the angels get to enjoy the heavenly chorus of your laughter, pure and innocent, wise and lived. Laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh.
How does a juicy sex life do a body good? In today's show we will adventure into the facts that will sheld some light on the age old question "Is Too Much Sex A Bad or Good Thing?"
There are 10 things that may surprise you. Having sex and orgasms boosts levels of the hormone oxytocin, the so-called love hormone. Oxytocin also boosts your body's painkillers, called endorphins. Headache, arthritis pain, or PMS symptoms may improve after sex.
But there is much more that will surprise you and we'll uncover the secrets in today's show.
An adventure in discovering the simple truths and a step-by-step plan to achieve more from what you're already doing. When you take information and fashion it with truth, add a dose of humor, and a shot of oh yea, you have a recipe for success that is easy to follow.
It is more than taking care of your health, it is about living a healthy and passionate lifestyle that fills your desires.
What are the reasons for addictions in relation to the brain? How can my diet and chemistry of my bloodstream affect my brain. Does environment have an effect on the peace of my brain and lead to addictions. These questions and more we will cover on this week's episode dealing with another root to addictions.
How can walking help decrease stress? Walking is a better alternativeto handle stress than alcohol or drugs. Release your anger in a positive way instead of hitting someone. A good walk can release your endorphins which your bodies natural response and it gives a natural high! Try walking and see what kind of results you can get! Check out the radio show 4/14@6:30pm!
Studies show that although between 25 and 80% of all seniors experience pain, pain is often under reported in the senior population because some elderly patients incorrectly believe that pain is a normal process of aging, they don't want to appear to be a malingerer,or they don't want to be a nuisance.
It's not only under reported, but it is also under treated for many reasons. When I'm attending MD appointments with my clients, this is something I have to remind them to report. If you are able to, accompany them to their MD appointment to be sure they mention the fact that they have pain. If your aging loved one is experiencing pain there are some very effective treatments both with medication and some non medication options. One very effective way to help decrease their pain is through regular exercise. This doesn't have to be vigorous. Gentle stretches and moving their arms and shoulders through all the range of motion and some slow steady walks can produce great results. This keeps their joints mobile, releases some "feel good" chemicals in their brain called endorphins. Endorphins help decrease pain by improving mood. Exercise also gives them a way to help themselves during a time when they may be feeling hopeless to effect much of the downward trend they may be facing. Many studies show great benefit from exercise for people in their 70's, 80's and 90's even if they've never exercised in the past. There are many other non medication choices for pain control. To learn more, join me for this episode and find out what possibilities are available for treatment.
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Jess Howland AKA Captain Smash returns with advice for summer health! Get the endorphins going and chase away your depression and blues. This is especially important for survivors. Exercise away that anger. Feel better and look better for summer!!
Annie O'Sullivan and Kelly Behr have candid conversations concerning the past and much more importantly the future. Our guest have walked your road and come out the other side.
Working to INSPIRE, ENCOURAGE, EDUCATE, AND MENTOR FOR A BETTER TODAY AND TOMORROW!
Annie O'Sullivan, Author/Writer/Speaker, Can You Hear Me Now? (Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble online)
Kelly Behr, Motivational Speaker and Head Goddess at www.MountainGoddessUnplugged.com
There are plenty of experts who offer advice about how to get, or keep, love in your life. But what about all those crazy things people do in the name of love?
Experts are now uncovering new scientific information that urges us to ask: how much of our behavior is really our choice?
It seems the burbling, boiling soup of endorphins, hormones and neurotransmitters spilling from our brains is what make us do insane things in the name of love.
Fascinating information from literature and newspaper headlines to nuerologists and other medical specialists armed with brain scans – the game of love and what we do when we’re in the midst of it has been taken to a much higher level.
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Have you been wanting to start an Exercise program but haven’t taken the time or just don’t know where to start? Is it time for you to cross this To Do off your list?
As we continue working on getting rid of the negativity in our lives this week we will be looking at ways to decrease the clutter on our bodies and in our minds
Exercise is a great place to start not only does it help us decrease the clutter but it helps us to feel good about who we are. When we exercise we release endorphins and endorphins make us happy.
There are many different types of exercise, in this weeks conversation we will be focusing on the benefits of Pilates, Weight lifting and Aerobics.
Join my conversation as I talk to Physical Fitness Instructor Rico Marciano, of Motivational Fitness. We will be focusing on Exercise, our bodies, the benefits of working out and why it might be a good time for you to get moving.
Sex has a purpose...to create and NOT just life. It creates bonds between people, it creates energy to manifest ideas into reality, it creates endorphins (feel good chemicals in our bodies), & yes it can create new life! Such a powerful act should be held sacred, not used carelessly. Devatude Radio is all about empowering women to be Fit, Fabulous, Satisfied, and Living Lives they LOVE! Each week we look at areas of life that aren't working and solutions so that they do!
Scott Cluthe has 2 great guests Thursday night, Liz Langley and Elizabeth Letts! Langley is author of the new book Crazy Little Thing Called Love from Viva Editions. Scott also interviews The Eighty Dollar Champion author Elizabeth Letts. Crazy Little Thing is a look at why we want to be in love and the burbling, boiling soup of endorphins, hormones, and neurotransmitters that spill from our brain to make us do things that would otherwise be viewed as insane. Investigative journalist Liz Lang
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