Behind the Mystery, Better Sleep and Mystic Michaela
August 6, 2018
Tips to Living Your Best Life
On this jam-packed episode of The Balancing Act, we’re talking about a rare disease, better sleep and a South Florida psychic medium.
On our recurring segment Behind the Mystery: Rare and Genetic, we explore Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension (nOH), a rare disorder defined as low blood pressure that occurs upon standing. However, the symptoms of nOH are often mistaken for something else or are considered “just” another symptom of an underlying nervous system disorder like Parkinson’s disease. Patients should realize that these symptoms are not something they need to live with; they can be proactive and learn the underlying factors behind their symptoms. Stay tuned to learn more.
Next, did you know that the average person will sleep one-third of their life? Imagine: At 75 years old, you will have slept for about 25 years! Even with that stunning statistic, approximately 30 percent of American adults sleep less than the recommended seven hours per night. The Comfort Adjust Pillow may just be the solution you’re in need of! When your neck is properly supported with the right pillow, your circulation improves, your muscles relax, and your breathing becomes unobstructed. These benefits reduce pain and promote better sleep.
Then, meet Mystic Michaela, a fourth-generation psychic medium who specializes in reading auras. Residing in South Florida, Michaela runs a thriving psychic and spiritual practice where she conducts aura readings and more. On The Balancing Act, she’s here to supply tips and tricks on living a balanced and authentic life.
Behind the Mystery is a special segment dedicated to revolutionizing the way the health care system works for those suffering from a rare and genetic disorder.
Behind the Mystery takes a closer look at one of the two types of Polycystic Kidney disease. Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease, or ADPKD, is a rare, genetic condition.
Behind the Mystery takes a closer look at Blastic Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Neoplasm, a rare disease that is often misdiagnosed and affects at least 500 to 1,000 patients each year in the U.S.