How to Yawn #10

Gas pressure works locally as well as systemically. Take the case of heartburn — Vomiting Lite. <> What happens when we vomit? Gas pressure causes retroperistalsis (the reverse of peristalsis), traveling all the way from the middle of the small intestine into the toilet (hopefully, not... Read More

How to Yawn #9

When it comes to health advice, who would you believe, Ray Peat or Gwyneth Paltrow? Usually, I'd go with Dr. Peat, but when it comes to the Science of Yawning, I'd choose Ms. Paltrow. Herb Doctor Andrew Murray was kind enough to ask Dr. Peat about extended yawning for me, and his reply was ...... Read More

How to Yawn #8

"When you stop the pain, where does it go?" I asked a miner turned reflexologist in Tucson. "What do you mean, where does it go?" he repeated. "Pain is energy, and energy can't be destroyed. It has to go someplace, so where does it go?" I said. <> If pain stays in the body, other parts o... Read More

How to Yawn #7

A full yawn with tonic extension of the limbs is therapeutic. Besides boosting alertness and consciousness, yawning increases muscle tone (residual muscle tone). For example, perky breasts indicate proper muscle tone in the small muscles surrounding the milk ducts and in the underlying pectora... Read More

How to Yawn #6

According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) ... "Pressure moves electricity and magnetism. But explain your work in terms of electricity and magnetism because no one will pay you for telling them they're full of hot air." If you doubt the Swami, check out the price of the Tennant Biomodulator ... Read More