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atrial fibrillation patient Per Larsen, Denmark

Atrial fibrillation patient after 19 weeks of exercise: A significant difference

Per Larsen now characterizes himself as a former atrial fibrillation patient. Per lives in Århus, Denmark,  and has worked as an educator for his entire life, the last 25 years leading a school-based

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Drug-free Metabolic Therapies and The Big Pharma - Impossible love.

Drug-free Metabolic Therapies and The Big Pharma – Impossible love.

We need the paradigm shift where the industry will slowly shift to education instead of medication. Non-invasive metabolic therapies – instead of constantly finding new genetic pathways to create

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Willpower – A Killer Concept

Today I’m talking about willpower and I call it ‘a killer concept’. What do you think – is it positive or negative? People say “You lack willpower, that’s why you cannot

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Hyperventilation - Close your Mouth When Running or Training.

Hyperventilation – Close your Mouth When Running or Training.

Hyperventilation is a morbid condition. Nevertheless, we hyperventilate daily. More than 80 percent of the population in the Western world suffers from chronic hyperventilation. The disorder is often

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Health Paradox and Paradigm - Question of Responsibility

How Do I Take Responsibility for My Health?

Health Paradox and Paradigm The total national health expenditure in the USA increased 70 times from 1970 to the present. From $50 billion to $3.5 trillion . Expenditures on prescription drugs also increased

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Heart or hara?

Heart or Hara? What comes first for the Samurai – and for you?

Don’t forget about the heart? It happens often on forums on Facebook. When we talk physiology I used to hear people saying “Don’t forget about the heart”. I admit that I had a

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Improving Sleep Quality – Integrative Approach for Lifestyle Disease

Looking at life with eyes of an engineer Engineers love interdependencies. Looking at life with the eyes of an engineer means having a constant urge to connect the dots in order to enhance something of

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Testimonial - back to life after chemotherapy, radiation and surgery- Thrivepostcancer.com

How to come back to normal life after cancer

  Cancer survivor testimonial My name is Elizabeth Thrane-Carlsen and I live in Copenhagen. I have been on the course for 27 weeks, which means that I am a bit more than half-way.   I was diagnosed

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Riding 160 km on water only. Combining fitness and health for cycling athletes.

How to optimise breathing for cycling 160 km on water

Amateur cycling athlete testimonial My name is Sean, I live in Devon in England, and I have been on Misha’s 50-week programme for sports performance for 4 months now. So, the programme is reasonably

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T-cells taking responsibility for killing cancer

Take responsibility in health and life

The Global Consciousness is facing COLLAPSE? NO. I don’t think so. That’s what happens when the energy balance has been wrong for too long time.Years of living with sub-optimal status-quo

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