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January 31, 2011 @ 11:18 am

The biggest problem when it comes to people’s overall health and wellness

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Darshan Shanti who is an expert in human motivation, rapid transformation and helping people eliminate unwanted, unhealthy, self-destructive thoughts, beliefs and behaviors in hours, not years joined the show. He is an author of three books including his best-seller, The 24 Hour Champion – Discovering AND Living Your Priceless Life.


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Darshan is a workshop facilitator, transformational speaker and he is the founder and President of Freedom Incorporated, Inc. Across North America, he has worked with over 30,000 people from many diverse industries and backgrounds to help them find their hidden potential, purpose, passions, dreams and desires so they may experience true freedom and health in their lives and big success in their business.

He has a unique ability to very quickly empower participants to change their own mind about who they are, what they want and what's possible, both now and in the future. When they change their own minds, their change is permanent. That leaves them free to make new decisions, take new actions and create new, powerful and fulfilling lives.

His personal mission is to reach out and help at least 25 million people through his books, seminars, audio/video programs to discover and replace their core, limiting beliefs, blocks and barriers so they have the freedom to live the powerful, fulfilling and magnificent lives they truly deserve.

What makes his work so sought after by thousands of entrepreneurs, independent sales professionals, corporations and small/large businesses is his one-of-a-kind, training/teaching system called:

Core Problem Removal (CPR).

CPR is an interactive, transformational system that causes permanent shifts in awareness, enabling people to discover the unconscious barriers that hold them back from their greatest achievements.

Unlike most other speakers or trainers, Darshan’s work focuses only on the core issues that stop people. By dealing with issues at their core, they don’t come back anymore, just like weeds in a garden. If you pick them by their roots, they’re gone for good. If you don’t they will come back for sure. He is often hired as a ‘last resort’ when nothing else has worked for a company to come in and turn them around.


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Darshan discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • You have a remarkable story about how you almost died and how you healed yourself from Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep Apnea and Acid Reflux Disease, naturally. Can you tell us about that?
  • What were the most important lessons you learned from that?
  • What do you believe to be the biggest problem when it comes to people’s overall health and wellness?
  • People know what to do to lose weight and be healthy (Eat right, exercise, take time out to relax, etc.) Given that, what is it that stops people from taking care of themselves.
  • Right now, what is one thing you would recommend for my listeners that they do in order to start to gain control of their health and fitness?


Web Site:
The24HourChampion.com


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January 3, 2011 @ 2:08 pm

How To Improve Your Sleep Quality

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Integrative sleep surgeon who practices in New York City, and author Dr. Steven Park joined the show. He discusses what is the best sleep position, how sleep can affect your appetite and weight and a lot more interesting details on this episode. Did you sleep well last night?


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Dr. Steven Park is an integrative sleep surgeon who practices in New York City, and is also the author of the book, Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired. It was endorsed by New York Times best-selling authors Christiane Northrup, M.D., Dean Ornish, M.D., Mark Liponis, M.D., Mary Shomon, and many others. Board-certified in Otolaryngology, he received his undergraduate degree from The Johns Hopkins University and his medical degree from Columbia University’s College of Physicians & Surgeons. His otolaryngology residency training was completed at Albert Einsten/Montefiore.

Dr. Park practices integrative medicine and surgery, with a firm belief that other models of health and disease can complement traditional, Western medicine. He provides monthly live tele-seminars with experts not only related to his field, but also professionals in other areas—he has interviewed an acupuncturist, dietician, and a neuro-linguistic programming and hypnosis expert in the past. He firmly believes that one must treat the whole person first, including addressing his or her diet, lifestyle, stresses and emotional states, rather than focusing on one simple symptom or area of the body. You can viist Dr. Park online at DoctorStevenPark.com.


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Abbreviated Transcript of Interview with Dr. Steven Park


Eric Michaels: What is the best sleep position?

Dr. Park: If you read these books on sleep position, or read articles on the Internet, there are many different explanations such as different sleeping positions according to different personality types but my explanation of sleeping position actually depends on how well you are able to breath at night. Most people would think that it is normal to sleep on your back and that is what is depicted in the media, on TV and the movies but you would be surprised that many people can't sleep on their backs and would rather sleep on their side or stomachs and the main reason is that due to having smaller jaw structures, the smaller the jaw the less space there is behind the tongue and so when you are on your back...


Eric Michaels: How does sleep affect your appetite and weight?

Dr. Park: Now we know that poor sleep or lack of sleep whether it is quality or quantity of sleep effects weight. There is a hormone that is an appetite hormone, and that gets effected if you don't sleep enough or if you don't get quality sleep. Your appetites for fatty foods or sugary foods goes up and you get more hungry and then the stress hormones go up which also makes you gain weight and so when you start to gain weight, then it starts to narrow the throat and then you stop breathing more often and that makes you more tired and sleepy which makes you eat more. it is a vicious cycle.


Eric Michaels: How is anxiety and depression affected by poor sleep?

Dr. Park: So going back to inefficient sleep, if you don't sleep efficiently and what I am proposing here in my book, all modern humans have this predisposition to not breathe properly at night....basically if we assume everyone stops breathing once in a while, and this is aggravated by various factors, if you eat later at night, or if you drink alcohol for this relaxes your muscles, if your nose is stuffy, you stop breathing much more often, allergies and colds can aggravate this too so...


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Want the entire audio version of this eHealth Radio Episode? Dr. Steven Park discusses & answers:

  • What is upper airway resistance syndrome, and how if it different from obstructive sleep apnea?
  • What can I do to improve my sleep quality?
  • Conclusion Tip...


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