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1 in 10 Americans takes anti-depressant medicationsand of these, 14 percent have been on prescription drugs more than 10 years. Drugs can be appropriate as a "temporary bridge" to help people through difficult times, but too often they hinder the body's self-healing powers. Ashira discusses natural, do-it-yourself methods for overcoming depression.
Researchers recently discovered that even before injury, back pain often begins in the brain. Ashira explains how The Emotion Codehelps people find clear the hidden underlying emotional causes of back pain and other chronic pain
Women in the armed forces today not only cope with post-traumatic stress disorder from combat, but many face PTSD from sexual abuse too. Ashira explains how The Emotion Code helps women veterans find healing.
Victims of domestic violence and rape often carry trapped emotions that can harm their health and even affect the health of their children. Ashira explains how to tell if survivors are struggling with trapped emotions.
The links between psychological stress and physical illness are well proven, from hypertension to depressed immune function. Ashira explains proven techniques for relieving stress and bolstering energy and health.
Ashira explains the emotional triggers behind overeating, the invisible link between sadness and obesity and the five secrets people need to know to lose stubborn fat and get healthy.
From more than 20 years practice as a holistic physician and international lecturer on healing, Emotion Code creator Dr. Bradley Nelson determined that more than 90 percent of illnesses have emotional causes. Ashira discusses these hidden causes and the new (and ancient) tools for healing the root causes of illness.
People wounded in love often experience inability to trust, give and receive love and establish meaningful relationships. These are symptoms that trapped emotions have built up a "heart-wall." Ashira explains how to tell if you have a "heart-wall" and keys to healing so you can once again give and receive love.
The surprising emotions you can inherit from your mom, dad and even great grandparents can be causing repercussions in your health today. Ashira explains how.
Mother's Day and Father's Day, family reunions and other holidays force us to confront relationships that may be far from ideal. Ashira explains how people can heal themselves from past emotional wounds and improve relationships.
Ashira and her husband operate Blue River Valley Farm in Milltown, Indiana, where she oversees 30 goats, 100 chickens and a huge garden. She discusses the healing power of nature, simple living, organic produce and why animals as well as people benefit from The Emotion Code.