Tag: brain health

The Coalesence Phenomena in Stages of Evolving Mindset: Thoughts on Thinking

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / November 3, 2019

How is it we evolve to think with a new mindset using reassessment of our past experiences…and allow this process to translate to improved thinking about our current condition of the Self? How does the evolution of a new mindset allow an individual to understand their own Self or personality and that of another? How does this contribute to a greater satiety for Self and desire for mutuality with another? These are the type of questions considered in this article. Read more ...

Breaking Free from the Narcissist’s Web

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / September 18, 2019

As today’s practicing pharmacist knows, unique counseling may need occur with patients who are taking anti-depressant or anti-stress medications like Lexapro (escitalopram) or other similar medications. One such unique counseling that has grown in prevalence relates to helping a patient deal with a narcissist in his or her life. Do you know a narcissist? Do you know what a narcissist is? Do you know how a narcissist plays the control game? Read more ...

The Complex Science of Pain: Where To From Here?

Category: Healthcare Advances Written by Dr. Charles Shively / August 15, 2019

“Of pain you could wish only one thing: that it should stop. Nothing in the world is so bad as physical pain. In the face of pain there are no heroes”. This quotation, offered by George Orwell, author of the dystopian classic, 1984, is still valid. Most physicians will acknowledge that pain is a complex response that includes not a distinct sensation but also motor activity, changes in emotion and re-focusing of attention causing a brand new…elusive memory. Yet for most it is not a slow burning memory…it is ever present. Is state of the art today about not killing the pain but just making it go away? Read more ...

Using Dreamwork to Solve Problems and Relieve Sleep Apnea

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / January 22, 2019

With age, the rate of change in the dynamics of the mind-body axis can often challenge the pursuit of longevity through quality sleep. Self-programmed dreaming can create better sleep and help overcome sleep apnea while simultaneously finding solutions not achieved during waking hours. How can this happen? Read more ...

Come Along If You Dare

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / November 27, 2017

When did you last journey to the center of your mind? Ever? Never? In today’s healthcare environment, the use of psychedelic drugs is helping patient individuals (through clinical involvement) to relieve themselves of various challenges: depression, addiction (alcoholism, heroin, cocaine, smoking), schizophrenia and anxiety in terminal cancer patients. Is this true? YES! Read more ...

Are Wellness Teas Non-Pharmacologic Alternatives?

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / February 6, 2017

Recent market assessments indicate the current $7 Billion tea market will grow to $ 8 Billion by 2020—three years from now. Are teas and special herbal tea formulas actually effective in doing more than just supporting overall health? Can certain teas actually effect healing? The answer is YES! Read more ...

Personal Perspectives: The Value of Almased® in Brain Fatigue

Category: Patient Engagement Written by Dr. Charles Shively / November 10, 2014

Tired Brain? Brain Fatigue? Slow Brain? Brain Fog? Brain Sluggish? Brain fatigue. Tired brain. Fuzzy brain. Slow brain. Brain fog. Adrenal fatigue. Chronic fatigue syndrome. Exercise challenge? Writers challenge? Not knowing what James Brown, the R/B singer really meant when he sang "I feel good, knew that I would", that concept for many individuals applies to a personal perspective about the value of Almased® use. Read more ...

Reelin’ In Quality of Life: Are You Ridin’ On?

Category: Healthcare Advances Written by Dr. Charles Shively / November 6, 2014

How is it we have Quality of LIfe? Female or male…who here wants to get their Quality of Life back? Are you a Searcher? Ready for Advancement and SLOWING AGE PROCESSES?  I’m in. Are You? Read more ...