All of us are affected by covid19

Our friends and family got Covid, some survived. We pray for the spirit of those who died, may they rest in peace and forever be remembered by their love ones.

My niece, GF and insurance agent got positive test from covid, they rested and got well. All the time, we are worried for the worse might come. Thank God that they survived.

Today, one of my insurance agent in Socal was tested positive with Covid.

My tips: warm water with salt, Vitamin C, zinc, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin D and E, selenium, melatonin, magnesium and essential oil of euclyptus mixed in coconut oil.

Rest, be brave and strong and fight the virus with rest, sleep, warm drink of salt and other whole foods such as fresh pineapple, papaya, kiwi and beef broth with lots of garlic, ginger, carrots, apples, celery.

Warm drink: ginger, garlic, cayenne pepper, oregano, nutmeg, salt, turmeric

Stay in the sun during daytime.

Get well to us all.

Essential oils, smell, brain, healing

Connie b. Dellobuono
Connie b. Dellobuono, Health author and blogger at http://www.motherhealth.net , student of nurse midwifery

Most inhaled oils can have psychoactive properties since they are electrically charged chemicals and the brain is also charged.

 

Cancer healing with music

Music therapy

Music therapy uses music and sound to help express emotions and improve emotional and physical well being.

Music therapy can help you to:

  • express your emotions
  • cope with symptoms of a disease and its treatment
  • relax and feel comfortable
  • improve your emotional and physical well being
  • develop self confidence and self esteem
  • develop or rekindle a sense of creativity

You don’t need to be musically talented to get something out of music therapy. It isn’t about learning to sing, or play an instrument.

In a music therapy session, you might:

  • listen to music
  • move to music
  • sing
  • make music with simple instruments
  • write and discuss song lyrics
  • use guided imagery alongside music

Music therapists work alongside other healthcare professionals such as doctors, nurses, speech therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists.

They may work with adults and children who have:

  • symptoms caused by physical illness or mental illness
  • side effects from cancer and its treatment
  • a terminal illness such as cancer

There are more than 600 registered music therapists in the UK. They work in various places, including NHS hospitals, hospices and nursing homes.

Why people with cancer use music therapy

One of the main reasons people with cancer use music therapy is because it makes them feel good.

Many of us know how calming and relaxing it can be to listen to a favourite piece of music. It can help people with cancer to cope with side effects such as:

  • pain
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • sickness

Music therapy can be a safe place for people to explore fear, anxiety, anger and the range of emotional responses to living with cancer.

Some studies show that music therapy can help children with cancer to cope by encouraging them to cooperate and communicate.

What music therapy involves

You work with your music therapist to plan a programme that suits your needs. You decide together how often you should have the therapy and how long each session will be.

Music therapy sessions usually last between 30 to 60 minutes. Your therapist might encourage you to play or listen to music at home between sessions.

You might have regular therapy for weeks or months. You may want to see your therapist on your own, or take part in group music therapy sessions.

Your relationship with your music therapist is very important. If you don’t feel comfortable with anything your therapist is doing, do talk to them about it.

Research into music therapy in cancer care

Music therapy cannot cure, treat or prevent any type of disease, including cancer. But some research shows that music therapy can help people with cancer reduce their anxiety. It can also help to improve quality of life and reduce symptoms and side effects.

We don’t yet know about all the ways music can affect the body. But we do know that when music therapy is used in the right way for each person, it can help them to feel better. To learn more about its full benefits, we need larger trials across a wider range of cancers.

Possible side effects

Music therapy is generally very safe and has no side effects. But very loud music or particular types of music might irritate some people or make them feel uncomfortable.

The music might trigger strong reactions or evoke memories which could range from pleasant to painful. A music therapist is trained to support patients during these processes.

How much it costs

Some cancer centres and hospitals in the UK offer music therapy free of charge. Ask if it’s available at the ward or centre where you have your treatment.

If it isn’t, your doctors or nurses might be able to direct you to voluntary organisations that do, or do so at a low cost.

You can arrange music therapy sessions privately through the British Association of Music Therapists. Sessions usually cost around £40 an hour. It is very important that you see a registered therapist.

Finding a music therapist

There are currently more than 600 music therapists in the UK. They are all trained musicians who have also studied music therapy at postgraduate level.

The title of music therapist is protected by UK law. In the UK, music therapists with a professional qualification must register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

You can only call yourself a music therapist if you have registered with the HCPC and taken a course that they recognise.

Questions you might ask

  • How many years of training have you had?
  • How long have you been practising?
  • Have you had training for treating and supporting people with cancer?
  • Do you have indemnity insurance? (in case of negligence)

Useful links and organisations

There are a number of different organisations that music therapists can join.

Root causes of chronic illness

During the last 20 years, your body is exposed to inflammation such as over consumption of sugar, stress and trauma, gut bacteria/parasites/fungus/virus, lack of sleep and other chronic disease which can be prevented before it becomes Type 2 diabetes, depression, hypertension and even cancer.

  1. As we age , we are 10k times more prone to attacks from parasites and cancer.
  2. If we don’t get our 8 hour night time sleep, we are slowly breaking down the barriers in our cell mucosa making it possible for unhealthy microbes to travel to other sites from liver to blood and then brain.
  3. It takes cancer to overpower our cells at least 20 years.
  4. Know signs, detox your body starting with your liver and use whole foods such as apples with 100 million healthy bacteria to help fight invading pathogens. Do avoid these environmental toxins feeding on weakened cells invaded by parasites, fungus and virus.

 

Healing tips, arthritis, skin, digestive and stress issues

My first video this 2018 is taken from page 1 of my upcoming ebook, Healing from within with the last 3 slides containing tips on arthritis, stress, skin and digestive issues.

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