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Dr. Mark Wiley

Dr. Mark Wiley is an internationally renowned mind-body health practitioner, author, motivational speaker and teacher. He holds doctorates in both Oriental and alternative medicine, has done research in eight countries and has developed a model of health and wellness grounded in a self-directed, self-cure approach. The Wiley Method provides a revolutionary way of providing recovery and prevention of chronic pain, illness and disease. Grab your FREE COPY of Dr. Mark Wiley's "The 3 Secrets to Optimal Health" HERE. Email this author.


Walking And Standing: The Two Best Exercises

I am often asked what type of exercise regimen one should begin as part of a health restoration program. There are so many different types of exercises available and so many places to do them that beginning such a program can seem daunting. Read this article for information about two beneficial exercise regimens… 

How To Stretch… Correctly!

Regular stretching is necessary for optimal health. The cause of many avoidable aches and pains is lack of suppleness and excess tightness in the muscles. Not stretching is a problem, yet stretching the incorrect way is also a problem. Read this article to learn the proper way to stretch… 

Eat More Fat! Well… Nature’s Healthy Fat

There is a nasty word out there in the weight loss world, and it’s “fat.”  Everyone is trying to lose weight, to lose fat. All the diet foods are labeled “fat free” to be appealing to dieters, even if they are laden with sugar. But there are some good fats you don’t to avoid. Read this article to learn what they are… 

Food Stagnation: Is It the Cause of Your Suffering?

Among the various patterns of imbalance defined in Chinese medicine, “food stagnation” is one of the most common in the United States. Food stagnation refers to the stoppage or “stagnation” of undigested food and energy in the stomach. Read this article to learn the causes and solutions to food stagnation… 

Amenorrhea And Chinese Herbal Medicine

Amenorrhea is one of the common health concerns for young ladies and women. There are two main classification of amenorrhea. Primary amenorrhea is the lack of menstruation over reproductive age. Secondary amenorrhea refers to a break in the menstrual cycle for at least three months at a time. Read this article to learn how traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) treats these conditions… 

Managing Allergies: An Herbal Approach

Spring and summer present many with a certain nagging problem: allergies. No matter what you do, if you’re prone to allergies you will get them. And each year seems to be worse than the previous one. Read this article to learn how traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treats allergy symptoms…

How “Chinese” Organs Are Different

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) does not hold the exact same views of the organs and their functions as Western medicine does. This causes confusion for those whose understanding of the body is grounded in Western ideas of biology, anatomy and physiology. Can there really be a different view of the organs even though science has proven them to be a certain way? Read this article for a better understanding of TCM…

Gentlemen: Is Your Sex Life Killing You?

Sex feels good, and the proper amount of sex can help maintain physical and emotional health. But balance is the key. Both having too little or too much sex can lead to unhealthy conditions. Read this article to learn how much sex is just right…

Turmeric: Nature’s Powerful Anti-Inflammatory Root

In countries like India where traditional cultures are thousands of years old, there are deep traditions of cooking daily meals with medicinal roots and herbs. These herbs act as preventive measures for sustaining good health, and prevention is the cornerstone of India’s traditional Ayurvedic medicine. One such medicinal root is turmeric. Read this article to learn its healthful benefits…

One Cause, Many Ailments: How One Simple Imbalance Can Lead To Many Chronic Problems

On a broad scope, it can be said that where Western medicine focuses on content (specific body parts and their associated symptoms), Eastern medicine focuses on context (the symptoms as they relate to and affect the entire body). Read this article to learn how Eastern medicine’s focus can help you to reduce pain…

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