Recent Short Articles by Dr. Cohen
A HEALTHIER YOU...HOW TO SLOW THE AGING PROCESS.
Aging is defined as a progressive degeneration of cellular structure. Our current scientific methods do not allow us to stop this process, but it is understood that certain physiologic and environmental stimuli are responsible for advanced aging. Your body is actually designed to last many more years than you might think, and it can with knowledge and practice according to natural law.
ARE WE KILLING OUR CHILDREN?
You are what you eat. The "super-size" portions and high sugar consumption of the American diet have super-sized our children and put them at risk for a life time of disease. In 1998, the United States Surgeon General declared childhood obesity an American epidemic. The percentage of children and adolescents who are overweight and obese is now higher than ever before.
STIFF JOINTS AND/OR MUSCLES?
Do you suffer with stiff joints which are worse when you first get up but improve with movement during the day? Or do you have sore/achy muscles, especially in the morning, which improves as the day progresses? Do you suffer with hives, reflux, canker sores, sun blisters and itchiness associated with allergies? Arthritis, bursitis,
as well as muscle aches and pains are often symptoms of underlying nutritional imbalances.
CHANGE YOUR MIND....CHANGE YOUR HEALTH
Do you suffer from aches and pain? Are you sick frequently, chronically tired or depressed? Are you bothered with allergies or chronic illnesses? Do you feel like "if it’s not one thing…it’s another"? Do you feel like you’ll never get any better than you are right now? Do you feel trapped inside your body? Are you tired of feeling this way? The real question is "Do you want to be well?"
Protein drinks have become popular in our fast-paced society. Aside from offsetting high carbs or saving time with a shake, what are some of the health benefits to look for in a protein powder, and how can you get the biggest bang for your buck?
CAN’T SLEEP ?
Trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, tossing and turning, waking and not being able to get back to sleep, awakened easily by minor noises, frequent nighttime urination? The problem may not be the bed, the prostate, the bladder or noise. Insomnia can be caused by a nutritional deficiency!
STRETCH FOR LIFE!
Flexibility is a key component of a happy and healthy life. Fluidity of body and mind keeps us not only young in spirit but more energetic and agile as we age. I laughingly associate lack of flexibility with rigormortis…the ultimate rigidity! Remember, we were all born as "flexible" little babies.
Recent Publications by Dr. Cohen
Fatigue-Causes and Solutions
There are four main categories of stress that contribute to fatigue...Physical, Chemical, Thermal and Emotional. Even mild stress in all four categories can accumulate and lead to the development of subsequent symptoms.
Natural Ways To Relieve Headaches
Headaches are a very common complaint and are triggered outside the brain tissue, since the brain itself has no sensory nerves. Only certain areas of the head actually feel pain and these are the skin and tissues directly beneath the skin, the arteries, veins, and the cranial and cervical (neck) nerves.
Early Detection For Breast Cancer
There are many reasons that breast cancers and diseases go undetected before they are advanced or it's too late. We have an exaggerated faith in mammograms; we don't do regular self examination palpation; we under estimate our risk factors; we have small breasts or cosmetic surgeries that keep us from getting mammograms; we think we are too young to get breast cancer; we are unaware of other screening methods.
Lowering Cholesterol Naturally
Excessive build up of LDL in the bloodstream can lead to build up on the walls of your arteries ... this is the beginning of atherosclerosis or narrowing of the arteries. An interesting note that is little known by most of the medical community is that high cholesterol levels, in fact, are not even mentioned as a risk factor for heart disease. (Interheart Study recently presented to the European Society of Cardiology conference in Munich).