Ara Wiseman

Month: December 2019

Health Is An Energy Dance

Health Is An Energy Dance

Health is an energy dance, the more you have the better you feel – Bryant A. Meyers It seems like everyone I know is going through some type of challenge. They might be fighting a cold/flu/illness, feeling down, exhausted, stressed, lonely or worrying about their health. My father would always say, “Be grateful for having energy and being able to work, not everyone can.” I appreciate those words more now than I did when I was younger. I don’t know about you, but some days I wake up feeling tired and would love to crawl back into bed. Energy allows us to accomplish what we need to. As we get older, energy becomes a valuable commodity as our cells can face an energy crisis. We have all experienced low energy and fatigue, wondering how we are going to accomplish what we need to do. This happens when there is a disruption of energy production in our mitochondria (the powerhouse of our cells), leading to reduced cellular energy and affecting the cell’s ability to function properly, heal and regenerate. The human body is made up of cells containing energy. These cells are made up of molecules, which are made up of atoms containing protons, neutrons and electrons. Atoms are made up of subatomic particles that are considered pure energy. Therefore, we are pure energy moving in waves with no boundaries, neither in space nor in time. This energy field is in everything that exists and has existed and is what connects us. We are electromagnetic Beings. Our bodies resonate with measurable energy. When properly flowing, our body is designed to heal itself. Our body’s informational field has within it the blueprint for perfect health, we just need to get out of our own way and give the body what it needs. A wise man once said, “We are our own worst enemies.” When we continuously think or accept negative thoughts and feelings about ourselves it causes a disruption in the flow of energy, which can affect the vitality and function of our cells and organs. The health of our body is dependent on the health of our cells communicating and functioning optimally, creating billions of reactions every second. When we are feeling negative, hopeless, or in despair our body is vibrating at a lower frequency, making us more vulnerable to disease. Laughter and happiness raise our body’s frequency, keeping us healthy and protecting us from disease. All of our organs resonate within a specific frequency range in order to be healthy. Colds, flues and diseases resonate on a lower frequency. Tropical fresh fruit has the highest electrical frequency because it is exposed to the most sunlight or life force energy, whereas processed foods don’t even register a measurable frequency. Think about how you feel after you eat, do you feel energized or lethargic? Food is supposed to give you energy, not take energy from you. Unfortunately, most of the food we consume is laden with fat, sodium and sugar and devoid of nutrients. Junk food or fast food destroys cells and tissue while robbing the body of nutrients in its wake. Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables, especially dark green leafy vegetables every day will provide you with the energy and nutrients you require. As we get older we require nutrient dense food and smaller portions throughout the day, depending on our health status. You can still indulge in some of the things you love but have it less often and learn to create healthier versions by modifying the ingredients. In the winter months eating hot foods, drinking only warm liquids, practicing deep breathing to reduce stress, and exercising are important. Slowing down and chewing your food, getting enough sun exposure and restful sleep are also important. Keeping the voltage of our cells charged within their healthy range keeps us healthy and vibrant. Our PEMF technology recharges our batteries, so to speak, by increasing the ATP production in the mitochondria of our cells. ATP is the energy currency in our cells because it is the energy that drives all of our biological processes, including immunity, respiration, circulation, and organ function. PEMF therapy opens all the channels and pathways for all the essential elements needed to create energy in our mitochondria. PEMF helps with inflammation and edema (swelling) by restoring the sodium and potassium exchange within our cells. This leads to pain reduction and increased wound and bone healing. One of the other exciting benefits of our PEMF therapy is increased blood flow and nitric oxide production. This means better circulation and an enhanced sex life! The body knows how to heal itself, it just needs the essential building blocks, including pure filtered water, organic fruits, sprouts and green leafy and colorful vegetables, sunlight, oxygen, and the earth’s PEMFs. Our PEMF technology supplies the energy needed and opens the channels that transport all of these essential elements of life into your cells. Give the gift of health to yourself and your loved ones, we are now offering our Holiday Gift Packages. To learn more click here: https://arawiseman.com/gift-package/ or email me at info@arawiseman.com

Stress Management Tips

Stress Management Tips

When you let go of the need to control things in your life, your attachment to the outcome of things, you move into a state of neutrality and are able to accept whatever may happen next. -Feed Your Body Feed Your Soul Become mindful of your thoughts. If you are thinking negative thoughts, remind yourself of the things you are grateful for. When you are grateful you can’t be miserable! Manage your stress. Relax. Try journaling, go for walks in nature, practice deep breathing exercises and eat nutrient rich foods. Get plenty of rest. Your body needs down time to repair cells and to rest your heart. Deep sleep is important for maintaining your health, stimulating growth and development, repairing muscles and tissues, and boosting your immunity. Sleep renews your body, and Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep renews your mind. It is the time that your brain processes information and helps you problem solve. Drink enough water to hydrate your brain and body: at least 2 liters of pure water. Water flushes out toxins, reduces headaches and gives you energy. Squeeze fresh lemon or put cucumber slices in your water. Do not consume too much caffeine. It leads to adrenal exhaustion and a decreased ability to handle stress. Avoid all caffeine sources within 10 hours of going to sleep, including coffee, tea, green tea, and caffeinated soft drinks. Have a raw dark leafy green salad every day with lots of vegetables. Incorporate beets and celery into your salads and meals. Beets help to relax blood vessels and improve oxygen efficiency. Celery is helpful for blood flow. Exercise/movement: People who exercise and move their body regularly maintain a consistent weight, are less prone to overeating and cravings, and are more confident. Exercise is the healthiest alternative for getting an endorphin rush, which will help to reduce stress. Do not consume foods that stress the body, such as sugar, sodium, vegetable oils, too much caffeine, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, soft drinks, junk food, white flour products, and fried food. Incorporate complex carbohydrates, such as fresh organic fruits, and dark leafy greens and vegetables in a variety of colors into your daily meals. This will provide the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants needed to nourish and help you feel calm. Fruits help to keep you hydrated. Increase foods rich in folate, such as citrus fruits, avocado, asparagus, lima beans, beets, cabbage, bananas, Brussels sprouts, dates, cantaloupe, mushrooms, lettuce, walnuts and green vegetables, such as spinach and broccoli. In clinical studies a deficiency of folic acid has been linked to depression, as it can lead to low serotonin (our feel good neurotransmitter) levels in the brain. Increase selenium in your diet to help with your mood. Selenium is found in Brazil nuts, garlic, mushrooms, broccoli, onions and sunflower seeds. Individuals with selenium deficiency have been shown to be more anxious, irritable, hostile and depressed. Just two or three Brazil nuts a day gives you the right amount of selenium. Make sure to bring healthy food and snacks with you to work. Grazing every 1.5–2 hours will help you stay alert, frees up energy, prevents mood fluctuations by stabilizing blood sugar, and increases stress tolerance. Take a B complex during the day for energy, to fight stress, improve your mood and to help metabolize carbohydrates. Take magnesium before bed to help you relax and melatonin 30–60 minutes before bed if you are having trouble sleeping. Heal Your Gut. Take probiotics daily to help your digestion and improve the balance of healthy bacteria in your colon. This will reduce inflammation and boost your immunity. Take a 20-minute break between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm, when cortisol levels are lower. You will have a more positive affect on the people around you when are you are better able to manage your own stress. Learn to slow down and don’t eat when you are stressed. When you are under stress you are not producing adequate digestive enzymes and you are unable to digest properly. Spend part of your day doing something you enjoy! Set aside some time for yourself every day. Practice meditation, listen to music, exercise, or take a bath. Aromatherapy with lavender, rose, bergamot, frankincense essential oils are a great stress-reliever, and your skin will thank you! Book a PEMF session and give your cells an energy boost, improve circulation, nutrient absorption, reduced stress, pain and inflammation. Listen to your body. If you are experiencing symptoms such as headaches, constipation, low energy, exhaustion, trouble concentrating, forgetfulness, brain fog, anxiety or pain, you have an imbalance. Book a nutritional consultation to address any imbalances you may be experiencing. Your health is your wealth! A daily deep breathing exercise: Make sure to practice at least 20 minutes per day Close your eyes, relax your body, just let go and breathe deeply into your belly with your mouth closed. Place one hand on your belly and the other hand on your chest. Feel your belly rise and imagine the breath pushing out the sides of your ribs, then exhale slowly and allow your shoulders and body to relax. Deep breathing relaxes your mind, energizes your body, increases circulation and lymph flow and settles emotions, allowing you to feel more at peace. ©2019 Ara Wiseman Nutrition & Healing. All Rights Reserved.

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