By Dr. Mercola
Dr. Paul Connett is recognized worldwide as a leader in the movement to eliminate fluoride from the municipal water supplies, and I’m pleased to be working with him to achieve this goal.
Earlier this year, he used frequent flyer miles to visit New Zealand and in a month-long tour gave presentations to communities all over the country.
In this interview, he shares some of the successes the movement has experienced.
Dr. Connett has great hopes that New Zealand will move to ban water fluoridation. Continue reading
Brigitte Barclay (formerly Bridget Grant) is one of the UK’s most high-profile UFO witnesses and contactees. She has worked with many of the world’s leading researchers of the alien abduction phenomenon including the late Budd Hopkins, Dolores Cannon and the late Harvard psychology professor, John Mack. She has also collaborated extensively with former Ministry of Defence UFO expert, Nick Pope, who has described her case as one of the most interesting and compelling that he has ever come across. Continue reading
Among the the many hormones that are released in your body, Serotonin is responsible for the happy feelings and the state of well-being that you experience. Research has revealed that an imbalance in the Serotonin levels in the body can make the person unreasonably angry, anxious, scared and even depressed.
As a neurotransmitter, serotonin plays an important role in relaying messages from one part of the brain to another, thereby affecting how we feel and act. It is believed that most of our brain cells, including those that are responsible for our moods, sleep, appetite, sexual needs and functions, social behavior, learning and memory, and also temperature regulation are directly or indirectly impacted by this hormone.
Studies have also revealed that lack of this hormone can result in mood swings that ultimately lead to a state of depression. Serotonin deficiency can also effect the functions of the muscles, the endocrine and the cardiovascular systems.
One of the best ways to ensure that your day goes well is to enjoy a good night’s sleep. However, a full night’s sleep with the unhealthy lifestyle many lead is making ‘healthy’ a difficult choice. But why do you need enough sleep?
- To organize your day into work and rest.
- To allow your muscles to recover from fatigue.
- To aid relaxation and wake up fresh and energetic.
Regardless of how many hours you work in a day, you have to enjoy deep sleep for at least six to eight hours each night. If you are having trouble sleeping at night, the probable reason is the lack of melatonin.
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“A seven-week-old baby with a suspected respiratory infection died in November after repeated calls to the [out-of-hours GP] service over several days, during which it is alleged to have failed to follow protocols in key areas. Sources with knowledge of the case say they fear a four-hour wait for a doctor to see the baby at a Harmoni-run clinic at the Whittington hospital in London on the Saturday he died may have contributed to the tragedy.” The Guardian, 18th December, 2012  Continue reading
Our founders Mark and Roger choose download titles and concepts which are then developed between Mark and Joe, our head hypnosis script writer, and finally scripts are given a final review, shape and polish by Kathleen. Roger then records them in our state-of-the-art sound studio.
All team members are experienced, practising hypnotherapists meaning you can be confident you’re getting the very best hypnosis available. Here are some more reasons to trust us with your hypnosis… Continue reading
I used to be frighteningly under confident in social situations. And although people who know me now would never believe I used to doubt myself so much I literally had to learn confidence until it became a natural part of me. I can tell you relaxed optimistic confidence is just, well so much more fun.
Here I’ll tell you about the things that made the most difference to my confidence levels… Continue reading
The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented. Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin. Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money and control credit, and with the flick of a pen, they will create enough money to buy it back again. Take this great power away from the bankers and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this would be a better and happier world to live in. But if you want to continue to be the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and to control credit. Sir Josiah Stamp, Director and President of the Bank of England during the 1920’s