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ORGAN VITALITY KICK-START New Energy for the New Year by Ronica A. O’Hara W


ith the merry-making furor of the holidays behind us, it’s that time of year when our


bodies are crying out for some detox and rejuvenation. Aside from getting back to the basics—a healthy diet and daily exer- cise—we can take a page from traditional Chinese and Indian medical practices and holistic approaches and use natural, organ-by-organ procedures to renew our bodies and restore inherent vitality. “Strengthening our organs is critical


because the organs create the vital essences of life, and our emotional and mental health depends to a great extent on how healthy our organs are,” notes T. Caylor Wadlington, a doctor of Oriental medicine and acupuncture teacher in Denver. “In


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working to revitalize and re-energize the organs, we renew not just our physical body, but also our sense of well-being.” Here’s a guide to a gentle fix-up


campaign for the five organs considered vital for life in both Western and Eastern medicine:


Boost the Brain “Stress can lead to imbalance of the brain’s neurotrans- mitters, making it more difficult to focus, concentrate, relax and sleep—but it’s reversible, and the brain can absolutely heal from these effects under the right circumstances,” says integrative neurologist Ilene S.


Ruhoy, M.D., Ph.D., of the Center for Healing Neurology, in Seattle. Assess it: If you find it hard concentrat- ing, sleeping, getting things done, remem- bering where things are and not being grouchy, the brain could be on stress-re- lated overload. See a doctor if teeth grinding, high blood pressure, shortness of breath, fainting or dizziness develop. Eat this:Te top brain boosters are easy to swallow—dark chocolate, berries, nuts and avocados, along with oily fish, reports WebMD. Also, a five-year study of 950 seniors at Chicago’s Rush University found that eating leafy greens once or twice a day slowed mental deterioration.


Drink this: Green tea is proven to reduce anxiety and depression, protect


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