Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me today on the Feeling Good Podcast. I have some great listener questions for today’s episode, and I also have another awesome Feeling Good Superhero Story to share with you. Before answering our listener questions though, I want to ask all of you some questions: Are you a napper? Are you one of those people that have to take a nap every day, during the middle of the day, to get through the day? Are you someone who takes a nap every day because you think it’s the healthy thing to do? Or do you do it for some other reasons?
Key Takeaways In This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
[1:42] JC’s question: do you have any insight into how coffee in the morning impacts naps?
[2:34] JC’s question prompted Dr. Phil to learn more about the health benefits of naps & on the nap wheel created by Dr. Sara Mednick.
[4:13] The science or health benefits of taking a nap has been known as far back as 70 years ago.
[6:34] Dr. Phil’s answer to JC’s question on the effects of coffee on his nap time.
[8:04] Mark Ross’s question: Do you have any recommendations for reducing thigh muscle pain when I walk a long distance?
[10:20] Dr. Phil’s recommendation for muscle pain: muscle rubs containing a natural plant extract called arnica.
[11:27] This week’s Feeling Good Superhero Story is about Jim!
[13:30] Are you a proponent of napping? What a difference do you think it has made in your health? Dr. Phil would love to hear from you!
[13:59] If you have any questions you want answered, please email them to Dr. Phil: [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
Take a Nap!: Change Your Life, book by Dr. Sara Mednick
Arnica Montana – a natural plant extract
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