On our podcast today I discuss the use of masks as a universal recommendation when you are out in public. Final recommendations from the World Health Organization, the CDC, and the Pres.'s task force should be coming soon. In the meantime, if you have a mask at home, wear it. If you don't, make one or even use a scarf. It's that important.
Dr. David Hanscom an orthopedic surgery specialist discusses whether or not a patient with back pain should consider a surgical operation. He also discusses a nonsurgical treatment program for chronic pain which is highly effective, can be done at home, and cost nothing.
In this podcast, I discuss inflammation, reports on ibuprofen use and treatment, and give an update on the government's recommendations.
My guest today is a family physician now working in Western Canada. He has worked in multi-disciplinary pain management and opioid reduction programs and has served as medical director for a leading pain management provider. We talk about nonpharmaceutical methods of controlling pain.
Did the Coronavirus (Covid-19) begin the pandemic by escaping from China's secret high security, bio-safety Containment Lab (BSL-4) located in Wuhan? What was the reason the Chinese were experimenting with it anyway? Was this a covert bioweapons research program? Listen and see what you think.
In this podcast, we will talk about one of the most distressing results from the coronavirus and that is anxiety. I will review the symptoms associated with anxiety and then give you a resource where you can treat your symptoms at home without any additional cost. Go to firstname.lastname@example.org and request it.
A modern feminist takes on the classic choose-your- own-journey-book, inspiring readers to embrace the fact that there is no singular right path for navigating life, just your own path. There are 19 possible outcomes in many routes to get there.
In this podcast, I interviewed Catherine Carrigan. Catherine is a medical intuitive healer, Amazon number 1 best-selling author, and host of the natural healing show for UK health radio. Catherine and I have worked together for a long time and you can see more of her work on my YouTube.com videos. On YouTube search for Winn Henderson MD. This podcast talks about the coronavirus pandemic and methods of dealing with anxiety. Catherine has graciously offered our audience (for a limited period of time.) A free digital downloadable: The Little Book of Breathwork. To get this handbook that you can use any time, anywhere to lower your stress naturally and improve your anxiety symptoms by up to 50% in 8 minutes, go to www.catherinecarrigan.com.
Our program today consists of information shared by Dr. James Robb, MD. He is a leading expert on the coronavirus. You will learn what to do and what not to do with respect to protecting yourself and others from this potentially catastrophic pandemic.
This podcast tells about 4 possibly good things alcohol can do for you and 25 bad things it can do to you. Listen to the list and see whether you want to continue to drink or not. If you go to my website www.revwinnhendersonmd.com where you can get a free copy of the book for a limited time.
This is such an important and critical problem in the United States that I thought I would give some more basic information on opioids.
This is one of the most inspirational and motivational podcasts I've done to date. You should definitely check it out. A young poor girl began her life growing up on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. Against all odds, she earned a Ph.D. when she immigrated to America. She also won the inaugural AARP purpose prize award in 2017 and pounded a nonprofit organization called: Amazing girls science. Follow Dr. Cynthia Barnett in this interview to find out some truly important ideas and concepts that not only helped her but can help you too.
There are four spiritual questions which if you can answer and apply them to your life can transform it. The third question is what we discuss in this podcast: "What am I doing here?" Everyone has a purpose to justify his or her creation and finding your purpose in pursuing it is the basis for increasing your self-esteem which decreases your chance of becoming addicted to one of 30 different behaviors. You can find the question you need to ask to find your purpose in my book "Freedom From Addiction 3," which is available on amazon.com
This is a story highlighting the difference between coincidence and God-incidence. It happened in a Starbucks in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The storyteller can be reached at conscious email@example.com.
In this podcast I talk about my friend, now deceased, Og Mandino and his 17 rules to live by which he first published in "A better way to live."
Try repeating these affirmations three times a day for a month and see how it positively affects your life.
There is a silent epidemic that is ravaging America, one that is lurking below the headlines: our near-constant state of anxiety. One in five people are currently diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. Anxiety can paralyze our thinking, decision-making, and actions, and it can even damage or long-term physical health. We've lost our agency: the ability to deal with stress and act as an effective agent for ourselves-thinking, reflecting, and acting in ways that direct us toward the lives we want. Dr. Napa tells us how we can increase our agency. To get a free special report from Dr. Napper entitled: The seven best ways to prevent yourself from being manipulated, request it at www.powerofagency.com include your name and email address..
The Lord's prayer is unsurpassed in all of Christian theology. It is the most widely known and most frequently quoted prayer, and his actual use exceeds all other prayers put together. The Lord's prayer forms the only common ground for all of the Christian churches when fully understood and accepted it can help cure the disease of addiction, totally and permanently. Let me present my understanding, a metaphysical interpretation, of the Lord's prayer
This is an interview of Rev. Wpnn by the Neil Haley network. We talk about social media (or "screen" addiction.) some important topics include how Facebook has 2000 Millionscreens worldwide and about a 2014 study on the destructive screen addiction as it relates to mental and physical health. This is very prevalent inasmuch as the average Americans answer their phone over 80 times per day. Rev.Winn gives his definition of addiction so that you can determine if that is a problem for you.
Later in the program, we discussed romantic scamming on the Internet and bring up examples of Rhonda Vincent and Jessica Ashley.
This interview by Roy Burnett at WRGC discusses the problem with romantic scammers and catfishers. It tells about seven behaviors that you may have that make you more susceptible to these criminals. www.revwinnhenderson.com. For my free podcast, go to: www.freedomfromaddiction.libsyn.com. Available on Amazon.com: The definitive guide to recognizing and avoiding romantic relationship scammers & catfishers.
Our guest today on the 919th episode of this podcast is Diane Gehart. She is discussing how to try chocolate meditation to reduce stress and anxiety. The book talks about using chocolate to facilitate mindfulness meditation which in turn decreases stress and anxiety. This is especially significant in that studies show 18% of Americans have an anxiety disorder. Check out Diane's website: www.mindfulnessforchocolatelovers.com
I know a lot of my listeners have been wondering why the amount of content has decreased in November. This short six-minute podcast will tell you why.
My guest today is Raleigh Sadler. He discusses his book: Vulnerable (Rethinking human trafficking). Raleigh is the president and founder of Let my people go, a nonprofit that makes the case that anyone can fight human trafficking by focusing on those who are most often targeted, that is, the vulnerable. In his book, he has 100 suggestions of how you, the reader can help in this endeavor.
This podcast deals with a unique college in southeastern Kentucky in the mountains of Appalachia. The most unusual thing about Alice Lloyd college is that it is tuition-free. We talk with the college Pres. Joe Allen Stepp, who tells how a Bostonian, Alice Lloyd came to the mountains just after the turn-of-the-century to bring education to this area of Appalachia and to tell about her success.
In this podcast Rev. when tells why plenty of fish dating site has the most scammers and Catfishers.
In this podcast, I read you a letter that starts my book: Freedom From Addiction 3. This letter explains who is responsible for addiction in the world and what you can do to defeat it.