A Fib About A-Fib

One of the most interesting questions to ask is whether A-Fib has always been the case for people and just never noticed or whether it is a more recent development such as Lyme Disease. One thing to consider is the effect on the heart of something that is also a recent development, wireless communication and RF exposure. I’ve recently been writing about this although many others have written about this for far longer. It’s becoming an epidemic and one that is not well understood nor well studied in its effect on our health.

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Karen Clickner
The Cell Phone Realization

Recently the concern about the effects of wireless and EMF radiation on the human body has grown exponentially. This is partly to do with the realization that we are now layering wireless throughout our homes, our workplaces, public spaces and our lives. We are generally being exposed to wireless signals 24 hours a day every single day. There is a growing body of research that should make you think twice.

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Karen Clickner
The Latest on Lyme

The longer Lyme is present in the body, the more chronic it will become because it is multiplying into a group of opportunistic infections and illnesses, which can rob you of your health, your future and your very life.  I have worked with hundreds of Lyme sufferers and even though you may have a positive test, this is no longer Lyme.  This is now a host of other infections and deficiencies created by the initial infection.  This is why antibiotics past 10 days do not prevent secondary infection.  Once you are still symptomatic past that time, antibiotics will only open you up to a world of hurt because antibiotics disrupt your gut flora, allowing secondary infections to develop more often and more rapidly..

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Karen Clickner
Healing From Military Service

Everyone knows at least one person that has been in active military duty and many of us know someone who is still fighting a battle even though they have returned home.  The assaults that occur against a serviceperson in active duty are not just potentially lethal while serving, they can continue for years after leaving the service.  What is the key to solving these complex cases and restoring life to these suffering heroes?  It’s understanding all the core issues involved in each individual condition.  These conditions have a group of common factors that are very responsive to natural medicinal remedies and therapies. 

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Karen Clickner
Why Should I Get Thermography Testing?

Regulation Thermography is affordable, available and you can have a test as often as you would like. Remember no disease, illness or symptom occurs in isolation. It is always related to changes in tissues and organs that precede symptoms you can see. This is not diagnosing disease, it is identifying the imbalances and conditions that develop into disease. In this way it is the first step in identifying how a disease process is working in your individual body.

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Karen Clickner
Souvenirs From the Sun

During the dead of winter many people flock to the sun whether in Florida, California, the Southwest or the Caribbean. If you’re lying in the sand, then you’re a free trip waiting for a passenger.

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Karen Clickner
Itching to Scratch?

I finally have been beaten into submission. That’s right… after the millionth person has asked me about chronic itching, I’m going to tell you my best advice. Scratch. No actually that isn’t my best advice.

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Karen Clickner
The Movement of Ideas

Every thought, every idea, every feeling and everything that makes us who we are, is chemistry in motion. The combining of hundreds of chemicals is what powers us through our day and determines how we feel about it. Mahatma Gandhi wrote that “man is but the product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes”. He was absolutely right.

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Karen Clickner
Why Your Cure Isn't Just Black or White

Recently I have had a number of physicians, medical clinics and even other naturopaths ask me why I get such incredible results with people’s conditions. Well, this isn’t always the case, but when it is I can tell you exactly why … because I don’t look at the body in black and white.

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Karen Clickner