The Greater Houston Digestive Disease Consultants (GHDDC) is independently owned and operated by Dr. Serge-Alain Awasum . Dr. Awasum is a board certified Gastroenterologist with special clinical interests in Hepatobiliary Tract Diseases and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. His mission is to provide leading edge subspecialty care to help his patients live healthier, more enjoyable lives. Dr. Awasum’s vision for GHDDC is to provide excellent medical care in a caring and service-oriented environment, while utilizing the latest medical technology.
Heat and energy from the hands
and vibration from the voice
can revitalize the kidneys and adrenals,
reducing the negative effects of stress.
Visualization and Positive Suggestion: "I am toning and revitalizing my kidneys, adrenals, and my immune strength."
Shoulder Release Releases tension from pressure building points on the upper part of the shoulders. Tones, expands, and stimulates the thymus.
Visualization and Positive Suggestion:
"I am squeezing out tension and building a strong defense against disease."
MORE SUGGESTIONS Walking, trampoline exercise, martial arts for strengthening the various organs of the body, meditation and visualization, yoga and stress management all will have a complementary beneficial effect for adrenal rejuvenation. Rebound exercise on the mini-trampoline stimulates the lymph flow better than any other form of exercise.
Adrenaline is mainly released in response to stressful events to prepare the body for the ‘fight or flight’ response. These events lead to the activation of nerves connected to the adrenal glands, which trigger the secretion of adrenaline and thus increase the levels of adrenaline in the blood. This process happens relatively quickly, within 2 to 3 minutes of the stressful event being encountered. When the stressful situation ends, the nerve impulses to the adrenal glands are lowered, meaning that the adrenal glands stop producing adrenaline.