Hey, guys, I appreciate you tuning in for this episode of the Mental Minute. Today we’re gonna be talking about why we are sick. You know being sick, being unhealthy is not a natural thing. Being healthy is. There’s nothing natural about the body’s imbalances of trying to correct something… Continue Reading The Sickness Of Society | How To Get Your Body In Balance | The Mental Minute

[MUSIC] YOU KNOW THE APOSTLE PAUL WRITING TO THE CORINTHIANS MADE AN ALARMING STATEMENT TO THEM. HE SAID, “FOR THIS REASON, MANY OF YOU ARE WEAK, AND SICK, AND MANY OF YOU DIE EARLY.” MANY PEOPLE HAD GONE TO HEAVEN EARLY; MANY PEOPLE IN THE CHURCH WERE SICK FOR THIS… Continue Reading Discerning the Lord’s Body | Bayless Conley

COMM: Shadot Hossain has an incredibly rare medical condition causing tumours to grow all over his body. The condition started when he was just 13. Local doctors initially tried to get him treatment for the disorder, but nothing helped, and as he grew older, the symptoms got progressively worse. COMM:… Continue Reading Dad’s Entire Body Is Covered In Tumours

Ugh, my muscles… why do they feel so… achey. *cough* If you say more research is needed I’m going to kick you. Howdy sickos, I’m Trace, thanks for watching! IT’S FLU SEASON EVERYBODY! Congratulations. If you didn’t get your flu shot this year (or even if you did), here’s a… Continue Reading Why The Flu Causes Aches & Pains

[MUSIC PLAYING] I could feel like my brain was going to literally explode. NARRATOR: In 2011, Stacy Wade started experiencing a steady stream of migraines. It’s a pressure in my head. It’s pushing down on my neck. It’s hard to move. And just standing up or sitting up, it was… Continue Reading Debilitating Migraines Lifted in an Instant

Labyrinthitis feels like You are on a fairground ride that you never wanted to get on in the first place That you are whizzing round and round It doesn’t matter whether your eyes are open or whether your eyes are shut you’re still whizzing round and round it makes you… Continue Reading Labyrinthitis and Vertigo (BPPV): Hazel’s story | NHS