Hello Everyone: Today I will focus on the importance of rhythmicity in maintaining good health. In this Part I of a 2-part discussion, I will focus on rhythm in one’s daily life,  and the importance of rhythmicity for the function of the ciruclatory, respiratory and digestive systems. Rhythmicity is something that been totally lost in this modern era. There is no consistency or predicatability. The winds of change are constantly shifting, and life has become an erratic gauntlet, and most people seem to only be able to react to it perpetual stresses, rather than anticipate and avoid them. An overlooked factor in this chaotic pattern is the precipitous degeneration of music in recent decades. At one time, the most popular songs were those […]

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