Is Your Butt Tight?

Is there such a thing as a “too tight butt”? I couldn’t resist asking that one, but the answer is, YES; especially when one cheek is tighter than the other. Perhaps you have a diagnosis of Piriformis Syndrome? Well, that’s what this diagnosis means. Your piriformis muscle on one side is tighter than on the…

Is A Pain In The Butt Ruining Your Holiday Season?

Chronic Pain shrinks the grey matter in your brain. Studies have shown this, but those who are in pain didn’t need science to prove it – you know it! It’s difficult to smile or laugh when you’re in pain, and as time goes on you can’t even think clearly. Today, I’ll talk about two things…

Halloween Fun Just For You!

Recently, a reader remarked that much of what I discuss and share in these posts is very serious. Although I attempt to bring a bit of humor into my writing, it’s true that relieving back pain or preventing dementia is something that I take very seriously, and I share anything I learn which can help…

Surefire Way To Accomplish Your Goals by Year End!

Wow, today is 10-17-17. That seems crazy to write. How did it get to be 2017? Where have I been since singing along with Jimmy Buffet “where the party will be on Jan 1, 2001”? The years have flown by and now I’m 65. (Paul McCartney reached this age long before I did, and he…

Use New Brain Science To Finally Achieve Those Out Of Reach Goals!

Life is always surprising. Sometimes in a good way, other times, not… This past week, the surprise I received was very exciting! I got a note from my friend and colleague, Dr. Mark Hyman, about a new telesummit he’s going to offer in January called “Broken Brain”. At first, I giggled, and then I sent…

Think You’ve Got Time Before You Need To Worry About Alzheimer’s? Think Again!

Did you know that recent medical studies have shown that our brains begin showing signs of dementia related diseases up to 30 years before we actually can’t remember what our car keys are used for!? It’s true. We begin losing grey matter and growing amyloid plaques in our 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s. That’s the bad…