Something You Should Know about Mind Body Healing

Brain Power As You Age

June 24, 2016


Interview with Michael Gelb, author of the book Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age




Mike Carruthers:
You've probably heard that after age 30 mental function declines, that's been a long standing belief that is not necessarily true.


Michael Gelb:
Much of what passes for memory loss with age is really a depletion of oxygen supply to the brain. And that depletion is a function of a sedentary lifestyle and not actually using your brain.

Michael Gelb

What Your Brain Needs

January 12, 2016


Interview with Dr. David Perlmutter, author of the book Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment




Mike Carruthers:
Some interesting new research has uncovered some fascinating facts about how our brains work. We now know that…


Dr. David Perlmutter:
Certain genes that are involved in making the brain more functional, more resistant to damage, more resistant to disease- those genes are actually under our control.

Dr. David Perlmutter

Getting Over The Winter Holiday Blues

December 29, 2015


Interview with Jeffrey Rossman, author of the book The Mind-Body Mood Solution: The Breakthrough Drug-Free Program for Lasting Relief from Depression




Mike Carruthers:
For some people the holiday season and the dreariness of winter can lead to depression.


Jeffrey Rossman:
Many people don’t get enough sunlight; they are not spending enough time being physically active. In addition to all of that people don’t get enough sleep which can contribute to depression.

Jeffrey Rossman

The Secrets Of A Good Memory

December 28, 2010


Interview with Joan Liebmann-Smith, author of the book Body Signs: From Warning Signs to False Alarms...How to Be Your Own Diagnostic Detective




Mike Carruthers:
If you pay attention, your body may be giving you signs. Premature gray hair for example…


Joan Liebmann-Smith:
People with premature gray hair are prone to a lot of autoimmune diseases, hyper or hypothyroidism and rheumatoid arthritis.

Joan Liebmann-Smith

Being More Productive

October 30, 2015


Interview with Karlin Sloan, author of the book Smarter, Faster, Better: Strategies for Effective, Enduring, and Fulfilled Leadership




Mike Carruthers:
Life seems to go too fast for many of us.


Karlin Sloan:
There's a wonderful Roman proverb "Festina lente" and it means go slow to go faster. And the idea is that personally we need to slow down our thinking process in order to be more efficient and effective.

Karlin Sloan

When Kids Get Hurt

September 11, 2015


Interview with Judith Acosta, co-author of book Verbal First Aid: Help Your Kids Heal from Fear and Pain--and Come Out Strong




Mike Carruthers:
Kids get hurt. And how parents react when their kids get hurt is more important than you might realize. For instance if a kid takes a bad fall…


Judith Acosta:
And the mother goes over to him and says, “My God, my God, my God are you OK? Oh my God, oh no look at all that blood!” How do you think the child is going to respond to that?


Judith Acosta

How To Stay Young & Live Longer

September 3, 2015


Interview with Dr. Michael Roizen, author of the book You: Staying Young: The Owner's Manual for Looking Good & Feeling Great




Mike Carruthers:
Having too much stress in your life is bad for your health. How exactly?


Dr. Michael Roizen:
Stress (that is unmanaged stress) turns on around 550 of your genes that produce then inflammatory proteins.

Dr. Michael Roizen

Living With Pain

July 8, 2015


Interview with Dr. Mel Pohl, author of the book The Pain Antidote: The Proven Program to Help You Stop Suffering from Chronic Pain, Avoid Addiction to Painkillers--and Reclaim Your Life




Mike Carruthers:
Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain and for most of them there is no simple cure or treatment.


Dr. Mel Pohl:
But how you respond to it - the amount of suffering you experience is what you can really work on and have a better life.

Dr. Mel Pohl

Bouncing Back From Setbacks & Trauma

May 11, 2015


Interview with David Feldman, author of the book Supersurvivors: The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success




Mike Carruthers:
How many have you heard what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? Or when life gives you lemons you make lemonade? But when you really study people who have bounced back from trauma in life…


David Feldman:
All have said what did not help them was positive thinking. What did not help them was silver lining look on the bright side thinking.


David Feldman

Finishing What You Start

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October 10, 2014


Interview with Steve Levinson, author of the book Following Through: A Revolutionary New Model For Finishing Whatever You Start




Mike Carruthers:
You start a project with the best of intentions but you never finish it, everybody does it.

Steve Levinson:

We discovered that the human mind has a whopping design flaw, so to speak, that really accounts for why people don’t follow through.

Steve Levinson PhD

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