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On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness, biological medicine, bioenergetics and more. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world in her practice. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about sharing cutting edge information and research from the experts in her community as she sits on the front line of the alternative me ...
 
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Women are taught to believe that perimenopause and menopause are stages of life to be feared. Hot flashes, mood swings, and weight gain all come to mind, right? Can women move through this stage feeling empowered instead of fearful? In today’s episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner sits down with Dr. Anna Cabeca, also known as the Girlfriend Doctor, to h…
 
Beyond our body’s innate ability to heal itself, there are many additional ways we can influence self-healing. Many of these activities can include yoga, meditation, Tai Chi, biofeedback, etc. Research even shows us that many of these approaches may improve a person’s psychological AND physical conditions. In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner i…
 
Throughout many centuries, meditation has been practiced in different forms and in many different cultures. Modern meditation techniques taken from religious practices are widely used in psychological and clinical environments. Meditation has been known to improve a broad range of health and disease outcomes, such as slowing the progression of dise…
 
We’ve all heard of others having miraculous experiences of spontaneous healing, how is this possible? In many of these situations, medical experts are baffled at how this occurs. So do we have the ability to heal ourselves? Is that Science Fiction or is it Science-based? In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner is joined by Dr. Shamini Jain and she…
 
Emotion plays a role in everything we do, whether we are aware of that emotion or not. Sometimes we underestimate exactly how past trauma impacts our emotions. Research shows that what your brain produces depends in part on your thoughts, feelings, and expectations. If you're sick, but you have a positive mindset, and you believe that you'll get be…
 
With over 100 varying conditions, Autoimmune Diseases have reached epidemic levels. Many are related to your food and gut biome (which makes up almost 80% of your immune system). It’s easy to see that in today’s world, “modern medicine” is focused on symptom relief. For many patients, their doctor-patient conversations focus on how to live with or …
 
Our bodies have a natural, built-in ability to heal themselves. Every cell in the human body works tirelessly to keep us at a natural healthy balance. And these cells have the ability to heal or replace themselves, all to keep our bodies functioning at optimal levels. To create good health, from the inside out, we must remove the things that hinder…
 
In this Spectrum of Health Podcast episode, Dr. Schaffner talks with Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., about the role of nutritional deficiencies and toxic chemicals in disease and what you can do to protect your health, your family, and the planet. Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT. She holds a B.S. degree from MIT in biology and a…
 
As Caroll Bryant once said, “Growing old is mandatory but growing up is optional.” Aging is associated with several physiological and physical changes along with any particular health issues someone has. What if getting older didn’t have to mean slowing down or living life on the sidelines? In this Spectrum of Health Podcast episode, Dr. Schaffner …
 
Sleep is an essential part of our daily routine, and we spend approximately one-third of our time doing it. Sleep is also critical for many brain functions, including how neurons communicate with each other. In fact, your brain and body stay remarkably active while you sleep. In this Spectrum of Health Podcast episode, Dr. Schaffner sits down with …
 
We all know the old saying, “You are what you eat!” The same can be said for the soil that our food grows in. Soil has a considerable effect on our health. Soil is an important source of nutrients in our food supply. However, nutrient imbalances and toxicity in the health of the soil can cause negative effects on health. In this episode of the Spec…
 
What if you could now use the ElectroMagnetic Frequency (EMF) pollution to your advantage, by making this technology biocompatible? In this episode of the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner sits down with Dr. Mindy Beck to discuss how to harness the EMF pollution and wasted frequencies emitted from your devices, and transform them …
 
In this episode of the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner sits down with Michael Roesslein, founder of the Rebel Health Tribe to discuss his own healing journey and how that's impacted his career growth as well as his upcoming LIVE event, The Power of You, and the launch of his latest project, Inaura. Michael Roesslein holds a mast…
 
Over the past several years, some exciting and dynamic research has emerged about water. Beyond liquid, solid, and vapor, there’s the 4th Phase of water (also known as Structured Water, Exclusion Zone Water, and H3O2). Structured Water is the 4th phase of water. Somewhere between a liquid and a solid, there’s a gel state to water. It’s not thick, b…
 
Studies using modern state-of-the-art methods (such as genetic sequencing) find that people with chronic sinusitis have a different sinus microbiome than healthy people without sinusitis. They have fewer bacterial species and an abundance of some other species. In this Episode of Spectrum of Health, Dr. Christine Schaffner sits down with Erik Galup…
 
According to the World Health Organization, chronic illness and disease are the leading causes of death worldwide – and they’re on the rise. But nobody is talking about what’s behind most of these chronic illnesses – mold and mycotoxins (small toxins produced by fungi present in our food and homes). If you have an underlying issue with mycotoxins, …
 
The root of who we are starts before birth, even though the mind doesn’t remember everything, the body does. In this Episode of Spectrum of Health, Kea Hedberg, who specializes in Pre and Perinatal Somatic Psychology, talks with Dr. Schaffner about the story each infant has to tell, a story that begins before their birth and before their thinking p…
 
It is our 100th episode, and we are so very excited about hitting such a significant milestone! Thank you to all our listeners for tuning in to the podcast every week! In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner has an extraordinary conversation with Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary about the healing power of sound therapy for better emotional and physical healt…
 
Many children, teens, and occasionally young adults start to show mysterious mental and emotional symptoms that often go undiagnosed. These symptoms begin seemingly overnight with no explanation. The only common denominator is usually that symptoms start soon after an infection. In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner talks with one of her colleag…
 
Why do we dream? Do dreams hold psychological meaning or are they merely the reflection of random brain activity? What purpose do dreams serve? Questions on the origins and meaning of dreams are as old as humankind, and as confounding and exciting today as when nineteenth-century scientists first attempted to unravel them. Our brains spend the enti…
 
Exciting new research shows that when the adult brain is damaged it can repair itself. Brain cells that have been injured have the capability of re-growing new connections that, under the right conditions, can help to restore lost function. In this episode, Dr. Christine Schaffner and Dr. Greg Eckel discuss regenerative medicine and the development…
 
Sleep is required to maintain your immune system, regulate appetite and metabolism, and support cardiovascular health. Also, with chronically ill individuals, it can be a "Catch-22" because sleep is needed to heal, but they can't sleep because of the illness. Fortunately, there have been recent advancements to support restorative deep sleep. In thi…
 
iving with chronic illness often brings on feelings of chronic worry and despair. These emotions can lead to a frenetic pattern of worry about symptoms spiraling into a perpetual anxious state. In this episode, Ashok Gupta shares with Dr. Christine Schaffner about neuroplasticity brain retraining, also called limbic system retraining, and how focus…
 
Our gastrointestinal tract maintains a highly diverse microbial population that plays an essential role in nutritional metabolism, protection against pathogens, and the development of our immune system. The intestinal biota is increasingly considered a mutual partnership for the maintenance of health. Over the years, the microorganisms in our intes…
 
There’s much more to astrology than weekly horoscopes, personality types, and predictions for the future. It is a guide to living in sync with the natural rhythms of the universe to achieve optimal health and astonishing success. Dr. Christine Schaffner has an in-depth conversation with astrologer and transformational coach Jennifer Racioppi about …
 
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