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Best Wholebodysoundhealing podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Wholebodysoundhealing podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A 2011 study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association found that certain gait speeds—how fast you walk—were associated with a longer lifespan. The researchers noted that survival differences were even more pronounced among the study participants 75 years of age and older. But if your gait speed is on the slower side, don’t fret.…
 
If you fail to regularly nourish your brain, your neurons (brain cells) will either malfunction or die. As a result, the parts of the brain that rely on these neurons to help control and store memories will begin to lose their function—putting your most cherished moments at risk. But don’t fret... You were born with the extraordinary ability to gro…
 
Goldfish have been shown to have an attention span of nine seconds—one second longer than that of the average human being. Today I talk about the five different types of attention and how music has been used by researchers to increase personal focus performance. You'll also get the personal playlist I use personally for mental focus when I need to …
 
We've used rhythm for centuries to withstand long days of grueling work, remain steadfast in times of war, celebrate, foster connection, and serve as a sacred part in traditional ceremonies. Scientists have recently discovered another major use for rhythm: Strengthening and protecting the health of your brain. Today I’m going to show you exactly ho…
 
Today Jim talks with author, nutrition expert, and practicing physician Dr. Fred Pescatore. Dr. Fred reveals the three simple daily steps for peak immune health, how to turn on your “fat burner genes” to melt away those extra pounds, and why cholesterol is actually one of your body’s best friends. Dr. Fred also reveals the top three foods for heart…
 
Stress is a literal pain in the neck. But vagal nerve stimulation is your built in "stress melting switch" that's ready to be flipped on to battle anxiety. When you make any type of vagal toning exercise part of your day, it can result in major improvements to your life if you stick with it. You'll literally "hum your way to healing and happiness."…
 
Recently, I started doing something that, more often than not, completely turns my day around. I’m talking about the rejuvenating powers of napping. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve felt worse after taking a nap. Usually I’d end up feeling groggy and even more tired than before. You'll learn my two biggest napping mistakes, and my new secret …
 
This anti-anxiety technique is so powerful it’s actually used by Navy SEALs to help them keep their cool in extreme circumstances—like jumping out of an airplane into enemy territory. As former Navy SEAL Mark Divine describes in his book Unbeatable Mind, special ops forces can’t rely on substances to “take the edge off” before a potentially dangero…
 
Over the past few years, I’ve seen all kinds of conflicting reports on productivity and music… One day, studies suggest that music boosts your productivity… and the next day, music supposedly hinders it. I want to shed some light on this controversial topic. The kind of music you listen to matters. And today you'll learn how to use it as a tool tha…
 
Cutting-edge research has found that sound vibration can be remarkably effective in helping stroke victims regain function and improve quality of life. Today you'll learn about the remarkable ways sound is being used to aid stroke victims in their recovery. I also share my easy 4-step stroke recovery and prevention method that you can use everyday …
 
One in three American adults have high blood pressure (BP) or hypertension. And it’s alarming how many of them don’t take it seriously... Especially since high BP is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke—two leading causes of death in the U.S. Today, I'll share a little-known antidote that’s showing promise in lowering BP numbers safely …
 
Approximately 1 in 8 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with breast cancer. In most cases, women with early-stage breast cancer choose surgery along with radiation, chemo, or hormone therapy. This is a very personal choice for each patient that comes with many physical & emotional hurdles. Today I'll show you an all natural 5-minute technique you can …
 
“How did Rusted Root make it big?” I’m often asked this question. And I’m always happy to recount the amazing journey that made one of my lifelong dreams come true. Having reflected on all of our success over the years, I can precisely pinpoint six pivotal courses of action that helped bring our dreams to fruition. Are you ready to make things happ…
 
Vivek Tiwary is a true Renaissance man. This award-winning Broadway producer has been behind record breaking shows such as The Addam’s Family, Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein, and most recently, Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill. Vivek is also a No. 1 NYT Best Selling Author penning the graphic novel, The Fifth Beatle, based on the life of earl…
 
Can you remember what song played during your first slow dance? What did you sing at the top of your lungs with your best friends? Can you recall your first concert? A team of researchers from the University of Otago in New Zealand recently demonstrated how actively reliving past memories—particularly those involving nostalgic music and movement—he…
 
Jim talks with friend, comedian, and professional musician Randy Baumann. Randy is also the host of Pittsburgh's biggest radio show, The DVE Morning Show. Randy shares the music that's given him the most comfort through COVID-19. He also reveals how getting kicked out of a country club helped him get his start in radio, dissects what makes good com…
 
Throughout the years, Rusted Root toured with various iterations of the Grateful Dead band. I’ll never forget the sight of thousands of “Deadheads” bouncing in unison to the beat of my drums. No matter where we were, all the fans seemed to connect with each other in a very deep way. As it turns out, there’s a scientific explanation for this crowd b…
 
New York-based recording artist, writer, and lecturing professor Mike Errico has built his name on the strength of critically acclaimed releases and extensive composition for film and TV. He teaches songwriting at universities including Yale, Wesleyan, and NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. Mike and Jim both played at Woodstock in 1999 …
 
The link between music and the mind just got a lot more interesting, especially when it comes to helping patients and their caregivers cope with dementia. A new study shows the power of music may help lessen symptoms and improve quality of life for those who suffer from cognitive degenerative diseases and conditions. Learn more about how you can us…
 
We all feel lonely from time to time. But for some people, there’s nothing “occasional” about it. In the U.S., over a third of Americans over 45 report feeling lonely on a regular basis. In fact, it's considered to be a public health epidemic in the UK, where doctors are prescribing music to help curb the disastrous effects of loneliness. Start you…
 
Today I talk with the always interesting Dr. David "Doc" Eifrig, chief editor of Retirement Millionaire. Doc has a remarkable and unconventional resume. He spent a decade on Wall Street as a trader with Goldman Sachs, became a medical doctor mid-career, and eventually launched his own suite of finance and health publications. Doc and I break down w…
 
I can’t even begin to imagine the suffering that people experience after a natural disaster. It can make you feel helpless sometimes, especially watching the aftermath on the news. However, the comforting fact is that whenever tragedy strikes, helping hands will always come. After the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami a team of researchers w…
 
In early 2005, I made a major life decision to leave the band that had helped me live out my “rock star” dreams. As wonderful as all of that was, I was constantly thinking about what I had waiting for me back home... The problem was, once I was finally at home for good, I became deeply depressed. Here's how drumming helped dig me out of my hole, an…
 
Yogis in India have known of its benefits for 6,000 years, and now, research is finally validating it here in the West: Your “breathing rhythm” has a huge impact on your well-being. When I talk about “breathing rhythm,” I’m referring to how fast or slow you breathe. And according to the latest science, learning how to control it may be the key to t…
 
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