100 Medical Breakthroughs That Benefit You
Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #72  Your 640 Muscles Need Daily Exercise.

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #72 Your 640 Muscles Need Daily Exercise.

April 29, 2021

Did you know that your GUT is a muscle. Do you know how to exercise your GUT? Did you know that the 640 muscles in your body need daily exercise? Ask Dr. Joel why. Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. formerly served on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas. 


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #71 Did You Know That We Have Three Brains.

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #71 Did You Know That We Have Three Brains.

April 28, 2021

In a recent podcast you learned that we have two hearts. Did you know that we also have three (3) brains. What roles do they play in our daily lives? Which is the most important to you? Dr. Joel, who received a National Institute of Health (NIH) post doctoral fellowship to do research at Baylor College of Medicine shares the inside story of your Miracle Brain.

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger formerly served on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas. 


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #70 Breath A Little Deeper to Live Free of Stress and Depression

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #70 Breath A Little Deeper to Live Free of Stress and Depression

April 27, 2021

Can breathing the wrong way, lead to stress and depression? Yes, says Dr. Joel. In today's podcast he describes the right way to breathe and the many benefits it brings. Dr. Joel Rauchwerger formerly served on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas. 


Alexia Parks and DrJoel Rauchwerger #69: Varicose Veins, Hemorrhoids and Your Second Heart.

Alexia Parks and DrJoel Rauchwerger #69: Varicose Veins, Hemorrhoids and Your Second Heart.

April 22, 2021

Your heart is a muscle. It is strengthened by exercise and it uses this strength to pump blood through arteries throughout your body. The pathway back to the heart, however, is through your veins, and the problem is that your veins do not have muscle tissue. So how does the blood in your feet, for example, defy gravity and recirculate back through your heart? The answer lies in your *second* heart. Dr Joel Rauchwerger describes this medical discovery and how it benefits you. Dr. Joel formerly served on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas. 

 


Alexia Parks and Joel Rauchwerger #68 The Type-C Personality. How Stress and Cancer are Linked.

Alexia Parks and Joel Rauchwerger #68 The Type-C Personality. How Stress and Cancer are Linked.

April 16, 2021

In 1977, Dr. Joel Rauchwerger wrote the first book linking stress and cancer. He was also the first to add the word *stress* to the business directory in Houston, Texas, when he founded the first Stress Management Center. In today's podcast, Dr. Joel Rauchwerger, formerly on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine tells us how stress and cancer are linked and how a newly discovered organ in your body can help you avoid or reduce stress. Learn more at: JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor in Houston, Texas. 


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Rauchwerger #67A:  A Low-Cost Fix For Back Pain

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Rauchwerger #67A: A Low-Cost Fix For Back Pain

April 10, 2021

Do you know someone who has back pain? If so, here's a low cost fix. We were designed in a certain way, however today our present day lifestyle is in variance from that design. So this creates a GAP and the more we can close the GAP the healthier we will be. For example, we were designed to have a strong healthy core. What is the mismatched disease for a weak core? Back pain due to an extended belly. Dr Joel Rauchwerger describes how to prevent back pain by maintaining a strong core. Dr. Rauchwerger, formerly on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas.


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Rauchwerger #67: A Low-Cost Fix for Back Pain.

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Rauchwerger #67: A Low-Cost Fix for Back Pain.

April 9, 2021

Do you have back pain? If so, here's a low cost fix. We were designed in a certain way, and today our present day lifestyle is in variance from that design. So there is a GAP and the more we can close the GAP the healthier we will be. For example, we were designed to have a strong healthy core. What is the mismatched disease for a weak core? Back pain related to an extended belly. Dr Joel Rauchwerger describes how to prevent back pain by maintaining a strong core. Dr. Rauchwerger, formerly on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas.


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #66: Aerobics: Why do Western runners have so many injuries?

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #66: Aerobics: Why do Western runners have so many injuries?

April 8, 2021

When people thing of aerobic exercise they think of running. Is there a difference between western style running and running done by people who are so poor, they can’t even afford to buy running shoes? If we were born to run, why do so many orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists see endless problems from Western runners including ankle problems, knee problems, hip problems, shin splints, neck problems, and close to zero injuries from runners who can’t afford shoes. Dr. Joel Rauchwerger, formerly on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas. 

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Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #65 Vitamin D and The Sunshine Diet

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #65 Vitamin D and The Sunshine Diet

April 8, 2021

Why do the Scandinavian countries have the highest alcohol, depression and suicide rate in the world? One explanation is that limited sunshine in the winter months and the sleep hormone, Melatonin, is being produced all day long. We now know that Vitamin D has two important functions. Now, it is also  being called a Hormone. Dr. Joel Rauchwerger, formerly on the faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, tells the rest of the story of how sunshine converts #cholesterol into Vitamin D, which then helps your immune system fight virus, bacteria and fungi.  Learn more at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger Ph.D. has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Dr Rauchwerger also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas.


Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #64 Sleep: How the Brain Cleans Itself and Why This Matters.

Alexia Parks and Dr Joel Longevity #64 Sleep: How the Brain Cleans Itself and Why This Matters.

April 3, 2021

Could the improper cleansing of your brain be related to Alzheimer's Disease? Could a lack of sleep create a craving for sugar which can lead to obesity? Dr Joel Rauchwerger describes what he calls “the plumbing system” of the brain, and how a good night’s sleep can benefit you. Did your know that your brain shrinks by 60% while you sleep. A fluid produced by the brain is what cleans out the brain while you are sleeping. It cleans up the metabolic waste that has accumulated during the daytime. Why does this matter? Learn more here, and at JoelRauchwerger.com

Dr. Joel Rauchwerger has been called *a walking treasure. He is a world expert in stress management,  preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He served on the faculty at Baylor College in Houston, Texas, taught future medical doctors and nurses, and also was on the medical team in the 1970’s that delivered *the boy in the bubble* the baby born without an Immune System. Joel Rauchwerger PhD also worked in the surgery department of world famous heart transplant specialist, Dr. Michael DeBakey at Baylor and in the mid-1970s. launched the first Stress Management Center in Houston, Texas.