Dangers of Relying on Gut Instinct & How Sounds Impacts Your Health
Published November 22, 2016
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    I’m sure you have, at some point in your life, relied on your “gut instinct.” You made a decision that just felt right at that moment.  And while that may be fine for small decisions – is it really smart to use your gut to make the big decisions? After all – what exactly is your gut? Well, Mary Ellen O’Toole, author of Dangerous Instincts, is a former FBI profiler who has seen plenty of people get in trouble because the “went with their gut.” If you want to keep you and your family safe – you should hear what she has to say. Also, can you be addicted to cheese? It’s more common than you might realize – and maybe one of the reasons everyone loves pizza. Sound is all around you. So what is it doing to your health? Probably more than you realize. My guest, Alex Doman is co-author of Healing at the Speed of Sound and he will explain what impact sound and noise have on you and how to protect yourself. And the next time your “Check Engine” light comes on, you may not want to rush up to your mechanic as a first course of action. You can easily figure out what’s wrong yourself. I’ll explain how to di it – and why it is such a good idea that can save you time, money and a lot of hassle.
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