When the rabbit-in-the-headlights is you
In this article from the Spring 2020 issue of In Touch magazine, Renee Mather talks about fight and flight and staying in this hypo-aroused state. A nervous system operating on extended high alert cannot give the immune, digestive or reproductive systems the adequate time and attention they require for optimal function. This leads to a […]
The Vagus Nerve
In this article from the Winter 2020 issue of In Touch magazine, Simone Miller walks us through the anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and kinesiology applications of the vagus nerve. Imbalances can occur with chronic anxiety, depression and excessive anger and is often involved in health problems surrounding fatigue, food sensitivity and many others. Importantly, vagus nerve […]
Anxiety is Fear of the Unknown Future
In this article from the Winter 2020 issue of In Touch magazine, Geraldine Gallagher explores the depths of anxiety amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Using the tools you have as a practitioner, Geraldine outlines some basic supports then goes on to list a number of fears that may be playing a part, all while providing some […]
Focus On: Vitamin C – Is an Orange Enough?
In this article from the Winter 2020 issue of In Touch magazine, Carla Evans explores, in depth, why we need vitamin C, how much we require, the different types and provides a resource list of sources for practitioners to use in clinic. Did you know, the adrenal glands and the brain have the highest concentration […]