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Nerve Injury

Nerve Injury

By Christina Haverkort September 2020 Nerves travel in close proximity to the bones and joints. Thus, a fracture or dislocation can potentially damage a nerve, which will compound the overall injury. As the fracture or dislocation itself is painful and distressing,...

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Anxiety

Anxiety

By Christina Haverkort  (March 2021/updated 11/22) Anxiety & Depression Feeling empty, feeling a void, lost inside or vulnerable are trademark feelings for anyone who suffers or is struggling with anxiety, depression, or hormonal imbalance. just feeling at a loss...

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Trauma

Trauma

By Christina Haverkort   (12/2020-updated 11/22) Most of us have experienced some form of trauma at some point in our lives. A study of the human energy field shows that trauma causes significant impact on the nervous system and endocrine system, which in turn affects...

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Pain

Pain

By Christina Haverkort  (August 2020- Updated March 21) Pain Pain is complex, it triggers the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), which is under the umbrella of the greater central nervous system. The sympathetic (fight, freeze, or flight) and parasympathetic (rest and...

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The Vagus Nerve

The Vagus Nerve

By Christina Haverkort (9/20 -updated 11/22) ​The vagus nerve, one of twelve cranial nerves, is also called Cranial Nerve Number Ten. The longest and most complex of the cranial nerves, it is also an energy channel - as all nerves are - and, as are the anatomical...

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Fibroids

Fibroids

By Christina Haverkort September 2020 (edited 11/22) Fibroids are smooth muscle tumours that grow in the uterus. They are non-cancerous, also termed benign. Fibroid growths are also called uterine leiomyomas or uterine fibroids. These masses range in size from very...

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Hormone Balancing

Hormone Balancing

By Christina Haverkort   (11/20- updated 11/22) Emotions affect hormones, trauma, affects hormones, compromised immune system affects hormones, and stress affects hormones. All systems work together- the overall effect comes down on the Central Nervous System (CNS)....

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