We now have a clearer understanding that both pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic transmission are possible. However, wearing cloth face masks or coverings in public in addition to physical distancing does offer protection against spread of COVID-19. Yes. One of the most well-known studies was funded by the World Health Organization. Published in a major medical journal, … Continue reading Wear a mask.
“You don’t ever have to feel guilty about removing toxic people from your life. It doesn’t matter whether someone is a relative, romantic interest, employer, childhood friend, or a new acquaintance- you don’t have to make room for people who cause you pain or make you feel small. It’s one thing if a person owns … Continue reading Toxic relationships impact your health
DO YOU WANT TO GET WELL FAST FROM A FLU OR COLD WITHOUT OVER THE COUNTER DRUGS? HELP IN FLU AND COLD SEASON WITHOUT ANY SIDE EFFECTS We are about to enter flu season. Its time to build your medicine box with things that won't hurt your body but that will boost your immune system. … Continue reading Healthy ways to fight a cold and the flu
I was a guest on Sunday 9/13/200 on my friend's Suzanne Thiabalt's, podcast about what to do to protect yourself and your pets during a wild fire. Suzanne is an animal empath, and I am a health coach.This is invaluable information for anyone who is in a smoke zone, which is all of California, Oregon, … Continue reading Soul Safari, podcast on human and animal health in wildfire smoke
Last Friday I went to KGEM, my local tv studio, to film a special edition podcast on what to do to protect our lung health when the air gets nasty from wildfire smoke. (the photographs are from a talented local photographer who is busy documenting the BobCat fire that is just a couple of miles … Continue reading THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND YOUR LUNGS WHEN YOU ARE CLOSE TO WILDFIRES
This is my Kirkus Review T FEELS GOOD TO FEEL GOOD Learn To Eliminate Toxins, Reverse Inflammation and Feel Great Again Cheryl Meyer Illus. by Nicholas Patton Heavenly Tree Press (452 pp.)$19.99 paperback, $9.99 e-book ISBN: 978-0-578-56959-8February 24, 2020BOOK REVIEW Readers are all living in a toxic soup, but they can take steps to clean … Continue reading Could living in a toxic soup ever be good for our health? A rebuttal to my Kirkus Review.
Stress is a core cause of most chronic illnesses. Stress creates leaky gut, and it wreaks havoc on all our major organs. To return to health after getting autoimmune disease several years ago, I had to get my stress under control. When I got sick, everything came to a screeching halt. My cortisol was so … Continue reading Stress
We take how we breath for granted. And apparently over the last several hundreds of years, we have forgotten how to do it properly and how to do it for our health. There are a series of studies going on right now that are set out to discover how to breathe. Our failure to breath … Continue reading The Art of Breathing, Part II
I have now been practicing what is referred to as the Dr. Andrew Weil 4-7-8 breathing exercise for4 years. I have proof that it lowers my pulse and my blood pressure, I utilized this breathing when I am driving in LA traffic to my functional doctor’s office an hour away from where I live. Before … Continue reading THE MISSING PILLAR OF HEALTH IS BREATHING
This is Cheryl's Healthy Corner, and I am your friendly neighborhood health coach. Today I want to talk about Toxins, Cleaning, Children and the Corona-19 virus The toxic cleaning that is going on continually in our schools across America (and in many cases in our own homes) has its own toxic downside for our children. … Continue reading Toxins, Cleaning, Children and the Corona-19 virus