I'm very excited to announce my book, Something New Every Day: Letting Your Imagination Take Flight.
Something New Every Day is a thirty-day exploratory journeying guide and journaling experience to activate your mind and ignite your daily life with purpose and passion. Every day for thirty days, you are invited to open up to a chapter in any order, and you will be asked to try something new. Carving out time every day to do something unfamiliar illuminates the parts of you that are open and the parts of you that are closed. Through taking the leap into the unexplored parts of yourself those stagnant places within you will free up and your connection to yourself, others, and the world around you will grow. May you feel stretched and strengthened and renewed. May you exit your comfort zone and enter the world with a fiercely open mind and heart!
If you would like to purchase the book and join me in doing something new every day click HERE or on the book image below.
Book Cover Design by Jasmin Garcia-Verdin
The Reflexology Minute: Motion Sickness
You will learn:
The 4 Reflexology Points you'll address:
The 5th Reflexology area you'll address if you're extremely nauseous:
For clarity on where these areas are, refer to the photo below and watch the 58 second video!
photo: Janette Paule
Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose, prognose, or prescribe and is not a substitute for medical care.
The Reflexology Minute: Tinnitus
You will learn:
What is Tinnitus:
Tinnitus is generally experienced as a ringing sound. To some it sounds like a high or low pitched ringing, buzzing, or beeping. To others it might sound more like a whistling, swishing, buzzing, or even musical notes, The repetitive sounds can be maddening and for some it is present at all times. Here are some of the causes of tinnitus and what reflexology points you can press in your hands to help.
Causes of Tinnitus:
Hand reflexology points to help tinnitus:
One of the resources I visit regularly is NIH (National Institutes of Health). NIH posted an article by the National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) that states, "[People] can develop tinnitus over time when ongoing exposure to noise damages tiny sensory hair cells in the inner ear that help transmit sound to the brain. This is called noise-induced hearing loss. Service members exposed to bomb blasts can develop tinnitus if the shock wave of the explosion squeezes the skull and damages brain tissue in areas that help process sound. In fact, tinnitus is one of the most common service-related disabilities among veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan... Even with all of these associated conditions and causes, some people develop tinnitus for no obvious reason. Most of the time, tinnitus isn’t a sign of a serious health problem, although if it’s loud or doesn’t go away, it can cause fatigue, depression, anxiety, and problems with memory and concentration. For some, tinnitus can be a source of real mental and emotional anguish." Read more here.
I personally experienced tinnitus when I had developed really bad acid reflux. At the time I was receiving reflexology weekly but wasn't doing any self-care. I found that the sounds dissipated when I lost weight and eradicated the cause (acid reflux)..
In a 2015 study The Hearing Health Foundation claimed that 48 million people in America and 360 million worldwide suffered from tinnitus. That's 1 in 5 teens, 1 in 5 adults, and 3 in 5 active and returning military. With so many people suffering from tinnitus, either on and off, or on a regular basis, these are important points to know should you or someone you know need care.
Photo: Janette Paule
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Reflexology is not a substitute for medical care. Reflexology does not claim to cure, diagnose, prognose, or prescribe. If you have concerns about your health, seek advice from your doctor or health care provider.
Chantel C. Lucier, and her company, The AtHome Experience, are dedicated to educating and enlivening the individual towards greater connection to themselves, each other, and their community. By teaching people how to care for themselves at home, The AtHome Experience aims to empower people to create and sustain optimal health and well-being. By caring for ourselves and each other we construct and co-create a better future.