Dr. T's Health Blog (Recent Posts)

The (Piano) Keys to Fibromyalgia Pain Relief

Published: August 24, 2017
A recent study published in the journal Clinical Rheumatology presents a novel therapy, and gives us a critical key, to easing fibromyalgia pain. Pain has two key physiological components. The first is an electrical signal generated in response to a stimulus and sent to your brain. This is no different than the signal your brain receives in response to the sensations of heat, softness, cold and countless other stimuli. The second component is how your brain reacts to the signal. Unfortunately when the signal is pain, your brain reacts by creating the physiological condition of suffering.

Free Webinar: 10 Tips to Optimize Energy

Published: July 20, 2017

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Free Webinar: 10 Tips to Optimize Energy

Hello Reader,

I'd like to invite you to a free live webinar I will be presenting at the Terry Talks Nutrition website. It's fairly short notice, but I hope you can make it.

Topic: 10 Tips to Optimize Energy

When: Friday, July 21, 2017, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm EST

The Undertow in Chronic Illness and Disability

Published: May 22, 2017

Nancy Gordon

By Nancy Gordon (Guest Contributor)

Note from Dr. T: Although sometimes it seems you don't have much control over your medical situation (which is not really true in my experience), you do have control over how you view and respond to it. So although it's critical to address the physical causes of your pain, it's also very helpful to address your suffering — which is often tied to how you respond to the pain and stress.

The "Food-Mood" Connection

Published: April 25, 2017
The relationship between what you eat and how happy and calm you are — what I call the "food-mood connection" — is massive. If your diet is poor, your mood will suffer. The nutritionally depleted wasteland we call the Standard American Diet is a leading culprit in causing this malnutrition,