Thermography for Health NY Blog: Self Care

Thoughts and suggestions on how you can increase your wellness

25 Tips for a better life

1. Take a 10-30 minutes walk every day. And while you walk, smile 2. Sit in silence by yourself for 10 minutes everyday 3. Sleep for at least 7 hours 4. Live with the 3 E’s — Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy 5. Put on music and dance! 6. Make...

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Healthy Breast Tip: Exercise!

Research shows that 30 minutes of aerobic exercise 3-5 days a week may lower your risk of breast cancer as much as 50%! This is incredible.  If someone told you there was a 50% chance you would win the lottery would you not try it? Exercise!...

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Breakthrough: Eight Steps to Wellness Review

Suzanne Somers wrote the controversial book, Breakthrough: Eight Steps to Wellness,  to share the cutting-edge information she learned on her journey to health through interviews with over a dozen doctors. In her book, Suzanne shares her...

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4 Simples Ways to Detox this year from Food Matters!

 Hi guys- Check out this great article from Foodmatters.com about 4 easy ways to detox this year: New years resolutions can be challenging at times so why not simply start by adding more good things into your diet as opposed to taking things...

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Happy New Year!

Instead of making a New Year's Resolution that you won't keep- Every day ask yourself:   Enjoy! Be Well, Tammy Kohlschmidt RDH, CCT, CBP

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Happy Holidays! My favorite traditions…

Every year during the Holidays I head down to Florida to visit my relatives.  This is a great tradition (not just being around family) but I get to be in the sun and get my vitamin D on. During the Holidays many people stress themselves out...

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Healthy Holiday Links to Lurk

Hey Everyone! I hope you are enjoying the Holiday Season.  Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years are right around the corner. If your still stuck on what to get your loved ones- Remember-- the best presents are those that nourish the heart, body,...

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Words to Live by

Love yourself. Make peace with who you are and where you are at this moment in time. Listen to your heart. If you can’t hear what it’s saying in this noisy world, make time for yourself. Enjoy your own company. Let your mind wander among the...

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Thanksgiving Everyday

I hope everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving with their family and friends. This year I stayed home and cooked a lovely traditional full Course meal for my family.  Very delicious and great conversations! It is important to be thankful not only on...

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Bras and your Lymphatic System

In the "Bra and Breast Cancer Study," which I wrote about in 'Go Bra Free!,' it was discovered that women with breast cancer had a history of sporting tighter and longer bra-wearing than did the women who had not developed the disease. Wearing...

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Go bra free!

Most of us wear our bras all day! At work, at home, when we go out... Bras have become a fundamental part of a woman's wardrobe.  They are great when you need a lift or some support but what if I told you that bra you love could be increasing...

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How to do a Self Breast Exam

1 out of every 8 women will get Breast Cancer in their lives so it is very important to take the time out for yourself and do a Self Breast Exam. These exams are easy and can be performed anywhere It is important while doing a Self Breast...

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Know your breasts!

Don't be shy- touch them! As Breast Cancer Awareness Month rolls on I want to emphasize the importance of Self Breast Exams.  Breasts come in all different sizes and shapes.   It is very important for women to know their own breasts.  Being...

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Proper Sleep

If you currently have breast cancer and are being treated with chemotherapy, you may want to ask your doctor about taking Melatonin supplements.  Researchers found it can enhance the effectiveness of chemotherapy by increasing it's ability to...

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Melatonin and Sleep

Scientists have discovered that when it gets dark the pineal gland in our brain produces more melatonin.  As this hormone rises- you start to feel sleepy and when you fall asleep your level of melatonin gets much higher. But there's a catch--...

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Breast Health Tip– Get enough Sleep!

As September rolls in, everyone's schedules start to fall back into place.  Summer is fun but it's usually filled with a lot of events, activities, and vacations that change your usual schedule. I love September.  It might be the mentality of...

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Self Care and Thermography

Many of us are so busy with our every day lives that we don't take time for ourselves.  But taking the time every day to care for your body and mind will make you feel good about yourself and will expand into every part of your life.  Through...

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My Story

Dry brushing has become an important part of my self care.  As I brush my skin, it reminds me of how grateful I am to be healthy and well. If you are thinking "oh great, one more thing to do in my day",  I would invite you to think differently!...

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How to Properly Skin Brush

I suggest buying a Skin Brush that is made from natural, NOT synthetic, bristles.  It should also have a long handle so you can reach your back! Skin Brushing should be performed once a day before you shower. Begin brushing your skin in long...

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