The whole of our lives are centered on the breath, yet the breath is something we rarely, if ever truly, pay attention to. The breath serves as our barometer throughout life. We tend to breathe mindlessly. However, none of our daily functions would be possible without a single breath. When proper attention is placed on breathing, a beautiful transformation within the body begins.
It’s not unusual after Christmas and New Years for people to experience frequent feelings of depression, anxiety, sadness, insomnia, moodiness, isolation and crying. Fortunately, though, these negative emotions that show up in January usually disappear by the end of March. It’s quite natural for people to feel better when spring starts and the days are longer.
“Bell’s Palsy “is the name given by Sir Charles Bell, a Scottish surgeon, in 1821, to a certain form of temporary facial paralysis as a result from damage or trauma to one or two facial nerves or the seventh cranial nerve.