Entries by Dr. Bret Wilson

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Muscle Memory and Back Pain

Muscle Memory-Our bodies learn through repetition and create a memory of how to move in a sequential manner to achieve the movement. This is true when applied to riding a bike, playing the piano, exercise or the golf swing. For many skills, such as riding a bike, once we have learned, the muscle memory allows us to quickly resume riding a bike, even if we have not been on one for a long time. Click here for the full article.

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Healthy Holidays

Food is an important part of holiday celebrations. You can enjoy some of your favorites and with a few modifications make better choices to be merry and not over eat. Try to eat at regular intervals, don’t avoid eating all day to “save room” for the big holiday dinner that night. Regular meals help maintain normal blood sugar levels and help avoid over eating. Click here for the full article.

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Gem Water

There is evidence that water reacts to more subtle stimuli and radiation, but the result is no less profound. Dr. Masaru Emoto, Author and Researcher from Japan, exposed water to music words and images. He then quick froze the water, and took photographs under a microscope of the crystals formed. The water responded differently to positive and negative stimuli. Click here for the full article.