Guy F. Pugh, MD the Medical Director, Primary Care at the Marino Center for Progressive Health, Cambridge, Mass. joins Craig to discuss a safe, non-drug treatment option for high blood pressure called RespeRate.
More than 65 million Americans have high blood pressure. Unfortunately, even with the traditional treatment methods of diet, exercise and medication, 70 percent of that population is unable to reach their lower blood pressure goals or can’t tolerate the side effects of medications. Leaving high blood pressure untreated can be dangerous and may lead to heart attack, stroke and kidney and heart failure.
Frank Hammes, President and head of Research and Development for IQAir joins Craig to discuss why it is important that we all breathe clean air. They will discuss what to look for and what to avoid in purchasing an air purifier for your home and why healthy indoor air is not a luxury but a necessity and his passion.
For over 40 years, IQAir has been at the cutting edge of indoor air purification. Started by two German brothers in the the early 60s, today IQAir is an international, Swiss-based industry leader in the field of hygiene air purification. When clean, healthy indoor air is of the essence, IQAir is able to provide air purification solutions which are highly effective and yet affordable.
Dr. Mullin the Director of GI Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) at Johns Hopkins Hospital joins Craig to discuss the transforming impact of nutrition on your life. His Complementary and Alternative Medicine expertise is in gastroenterology (GI) issues.
There is an increasing trend in the utilization and incorporation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) strategies in the promotion of health and management of disease.
The Food As Medicine Program is a program designed to integrate nutrition into Clinical practice, Medical education, and Community health at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine and is a separate entity.
Neal Cohen, Psy.D., a licensed psychologist and SharpBrains Head Brain Fitness Coach joins Craig to how mental exercise and stress management can improve human behavior and performance.
What is brain fitness?
Brain Fitness is the general state of a good, sharp brain and mind, especially as the result of mental and physical exercise, stress management and proper nutrition. Much like physical muscles, “mental muscles” can be strengthened to improve memory, focus and decision-making skills among others, as well as help delay the onset of age-related dementias such as Alzheimer’s.