Monthly Archives: October 2019

Barefoot

Did you know that the ground has a faint electrical signal at very low frequency (~7 hertz)? Should you shed your shoes and socks, your bare feet can sense these ground signals in a positive sense. In stride with your … Continue reading

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Mimic Morpheus for better sleep

Top of this fall morning! I hope that you had windows open a crack if crisp weather is yours. I’m lucky to get my New England tree and temperature fix! Back to restful sleep. That uber-important quarter of our lives. … Continue reading

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Countering Jet Lag

This is a timely hack for jet lag as I start my haj home from Capetown, South Africa tomorrow evening. I hope British Airways’ old 747-400 can get me comfortably to London the next morning. Then I’ve got a long … Continue reading

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At Altitude…

Having a combo title with October’s National Seafood Month didn’t seem quite right. Though great wild fish, loaded with high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids are to be headlined, fer sure. I’m tapping away at a Denver-like altitude of 5,264 … Continue reading

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