For all of you with intractable problems like tinnitus (ringing in your ears) or TMJ (your jaw joint pops and gets stuck) I recommend reading Barbara Levine’s Your Body Believes Every Work You Say: The Language of the Body/Mind Connection.
Ms Levine has done a lot of research with a variety of doctors.
Posted by Rosalie Ross on 04/10/08 in TMD (TMJ Disorder)
Why do people have TMJ disorder? In Why We Get Sick, the New Science of Darwinian Medicine, Authors Randolph Nesse and George Williams explain.
Posted by Rosalie Ross on 03/4/08 in Noise
Avoid tinnitus: Measure your iPod volume so the music rings, not your ears.
Here’s Tabitha, measuring the volume in my iPod. Notice the volume is below 80 decibels. That’s where you’re aiming. 85 decibels is the level at which our Occupational Safety and Health Administration starts to regulate. Don’t go there.
Hey, You Tube Viewers of my video!
Here are two things for you to do toward curing your tinnitus.
Posted by Rosalie Ross on 02/11/08 in Noise
, Tinnitus Cures and Causes
Excess noise is the easiest-to-pinpoint cause of tinnitus. A sound-level measurement device will help you figure out if you’re being subjected to too much noise.
Getting vitamin D from the sun is the most efficient source, but now that winter is upon us, it’s pretty hard to do.
Posted by Rosalie Ross on 10/26/07 in Posture
, Tinnitus Treatments
I’ve just begun my study of the Alexander Technique.
A primary tenet is to think your muscles into good posture, not to move them, as most of us would have thought. For example, instead of pulling your shoulders back, think broaden chest. It’s subtle.