Category Archives: Recovery
You can’t control other people and you can’t control your environment, But you can always control yourselves. You can’t control what happens to us, But you can always control your emotions.
When come to the health matter, we take the health professionals for granted, We assume they are professionals, We assume they know how to provide qualified service, Street smart:http://tinyurl.com/lac8es9 We assume they know the inside out about the health, But … Continue reading
Recovering is like a war, The most important is you need a winner’s mindset. It’s stressful, It’s confusing, It’s demanding, It’s overwhelming, It’s about health, Not just health, It’s about everything in your life, Your happiness, your well being, your … Continue reading
To get peace: http://tinyurl.com/l7d8mn8 Listen to me. Pain is Temporary. It may last for a minute or an hour or a day or even a year. But eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I … Continue reading
Most of the time we think too much, worry too much. Being thoughtful is great, but it is not always right! For now what we need is action, massive action, decisive action and quick action!
1. What if you take the walking recovering effort in an new approach? 2. Paralyze doesn’t mean you don’t have the potential to be able to walk and it only means the walking related parts don’t work together properly. … Continue reading
By Reno Fu As a post stroke patient, have you ever experienced the following: You can not accept the truth that you can not walk or talk now. You can not achieve anything by your own. You are exhausted. You … Continue reading
By Reno Fu Acupuncture was discovered in ancient China more than 3000 years ago. This technique actually involves penetrating thin metallic needles into skin by the hands or with help of electric stimulation. According to this Chinese theory Qi, which … Continue reading
By Snake River Roman There is a lot of misinformation about hypnosis and hypnotherapy. You have probably heard a few or even believe a few of them. The problem with all the misinformation around is that it makes it … Continue reading
By Gary Cordingley In a landmark study, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham used a randomized controlled trial — the gold standard method for evaluating the effectiveness of a treatment — to show that immobilizing the good arm … Continue reading