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Category Archives: stress and anxiety


posted on 23rd February 2018 by Stefan Chmelik

Forget 2017, it’s Earth Dog FTW…   According to Hong Kong’s best Feng Shui masters the Year of the Earth Dog promises to be a great year. Dog years encourage kindness and acceptance, fairness and equality. Controversial issues are given their due, revolutions are successful, and politics are more balanced (phew!). Integrity and honesty lead to […]


Psychology Today talks Vagal Toning

posted on 29th November 2017 by Stefan Chmelik

Stefan Chmelik’s SENSATE hits the headlines again This week, the health press can think of nothing but Vagal Toning.  Ahead of the curve, Stefan Chmelik’s patent-pending invention, SENSATE has got everyone talking. The pre-orders are pouring in and Bioself Technology are delighted to be making progress toward their vision of helping the world relax.  This […]


Vagal Toning by Stefan Chmelik

posted on 24th November 2017 by Stefan Chmelik

Vagus Nerve Stimulation by Stefan Chmelik, CEO BioSelf Technology   Hummingbirds are a mystery. They are incredibly small, and their hearts beat incredibly fast. All zoological precedent should dictate that their lives be drastically short. However, these bright little birds defy biological science by living five times the length their heart-fluttering physiques should imply.   […]


Why can’t I sleep when I want to? by Stefan Chmelik

posted on 8th November 2017 by Stefan Chmelik

Have you ever wondered why you always feel hungry at 11am even if you’ve just eaten breakfast? Or why you feel wide awake just as you’re supposed to be going to bed? In Chinese medicine the body is thought to run according to a “clock” which shows when the energy of different organs (or channels […]


Sleep Cycles and Insomnia by Stefan Chmelik

posted on 31st October 2017 by Bonny Williams

Sleep cycles and insomnia by Stefan Chmelik Understanding sleep and your own sleep cycles is an important part of improving insomnia because there is a lot you can do for yourself (indeed you must if your treatment is to have a chance of working). See these sleep hygiene habits for more on what you can do right […]


Healthful in January, as easy as 1-2-3

posted on 17th January 2016 by Stefan Chmelik

During January I am not drinking alcohol or eating meat, which is no small thing for someone who is half Polish and half Scottish! Doing this allows me to focus on the quality of what I am eating and be mindful of the affects on mind and body, inspiring the 1-2-3 process for the start of this special Crimson Monkey Year.   […]


Muscle Pain/Spasm and Tendon Pain

posted on 26th March 2013 by Bevis Nathan

Pain from muscle tissue is perhaps the commonest type of pain of all. The muscles are the biggest users of blood and energy in the body and account for the vast majority of nervous system activity. The whole point of having a body is to move; and this is the job of the muscles. Such […]


TMJ (Tempro-Mandibular Joint) pain

posted on 26th March 2013 by Bevis Nathan

Two interesting facts about the TMJ; firstly, the TMJ wields more power, relatively, than any other joint in the body – because the mechanical leverages over which the muscles work are extremely efficient – compared with, say, the elbow joint. Secondly, the nerve power to the muscles of the jaw are highly susceptible to being […]


We need new antibiotics like another hole in the head – writes Dr Damien Downing.

posted on 12th March 2013 by Dr Damien Downing

Antibiotics got us in this mess, so how are they likely to get us out of it?   Integrated doctors have been saying for decades that we prescribe too many antibiotics, with dire consequences. Now even the Chief Medical Officer says so — but she goes on to urge newer, more powerful antibiotics as the […]


Stefan Chmelik on Anxiety and Panic Attacks

posted on 6th September 2012 by Stefan Chmelik

“It feels like you are going to die”