- Breathing exercises often involve taking rapid inhales through the nose and exhaling.
- Surprisingly, the shape of our skeletal structure plays a crucial role in our ability to relax. Understanding this connection is key to achieving the desired effects of breathing exercises.
- Posture is not inherently bad, but getting stuck in a single posture strategy can lead to problems. Exploring different postures and finding the right balance is essential.
- One common issue is the lack of flexibility in the spine and the inability to exhale fully. Addressing these factors can contribute to better posture.
In this edition of the Monday Master Class (MMM), Dr. Stillman explore the intriguing potential of light therapy as a solution for addressing Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). Join us as we delver into the transformative effects of light therapy on gut health and its remarkable ability to alleviate SIBO symptoms.