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End Migraines & Headaches using Holistic Therapies

June 13, 2016 by stas | No Comments | Filed in Health, Physical
Don't Let Your Headache Ruin Your Sex Life

This chapter is an extract from book: Don’t Let Your Headache Ruin Your Sex Life: “Honey, I Don’t Have a Headache Tonight”. Chapter 11. Holistic Therapies The following therapies require you to work with a professional practitioner. While you could be trained in any of those and go DIY-style, when someone else treats you, you […]

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How I Tested For And Rid My Body of Mercury Toxicity

April 5, 2014 by stas | 26 Comments | Filed in Health, Physical
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While researching several health issues, including headache migraines that I’ve been suffering from for years, I stumbled upon the little known issue of heavy metal toxicity, mercury in particular, and its chelation. Little did I know how deep that rabbit hole goes. I spent many weeks reading books, forums and expert sites on the subject […]

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106 Ways To Get Rid Of Migraines and Headaches

March 5, 2014 by stas | 6 Comments | Filed in Health, Physical
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To Have, or Not to Have [a headache] If you have been suffering from headaches and migraines for a significant amount of time and you’re reading this article — chances are that you haven’t found something that works sufficiently well for you to have a better, headache-free daily life experience. I have been on this […]

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How to Have a Better Bikram Yoga Experience

November 19, 2008 by stas | 23 Comments | Filed in Health, Physical
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I’ve now been doing Bikram’s Yoga for about a year and a half, pretty much every other day or at least 3 times a week, with a 3-month break that I had after I had an ACL-replacement knee surgery. I wanted to share some insights I gained through the process. I really like the practice, […]

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Extreme Hiking to Everest’s Base

December 21, 2007 by stas | 2 Comments | Filed in Physical
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Back in 2002 I traveled extensively in Tibet and China. I did a few extreme and amazing hikes in the Tibet area. On one of them, to the Everest foot, I was lucky to return from it alive. Here is the account of that vicious “hike”. Sunday, Oct 13 2002 I’ve planned to walk to […]

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Getting a Kick Out of Bikram’s Yoga

November 16, 2007 by stas | 5 Comments | Filed in Physical
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A professional swimmer in my youth, I continued swimming as my main workout, but recently I happened to suffer more and more from scapula issues, which swimming aggravated (since I swim for about 1 hour, about 3K). And my partner suggested that I try Bikram’s yoga for a month. I was quite skeptical, but decided […]

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Why Dysfunctional Environment Is a Blessing in Disguise

November 6, 2007 by stas | No Comments | Filed in Physical, Transformational
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Back in June 2007 I participated in the life transformation workshop from the CURA Institute for Integrated Learning. Indeed it was quite a transformational experience for me. A quick description of the workshop setup: 3 days, a dozen participants, one facilitator and two assistants. A safe TAZ (Temporary Autonomous Zone) is masterfully created to allow […]

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