Happy Friday! We’re getting back into the groove for our Friday emails as we prepare to launch a new Qigong Teacher Training level 1 (starts this Monday 1/31).
We’re almost through the end of January 2022. Where is the time going?!
Time certainly seems to fly faster and faster each year, which is even more reason to make sure you’re taking care of that beautiful body of yours and living up to your highest potential: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
When we feel physically off, everything else in our life suffers as well.
Especially if it’s something persistent and uncomfortable that lingers and simmers, such as a chronic cough.
This is something that I’ve seen in many of my clients over the years.
Fortunately, there are ways to combat this condition.
Did you know that one of the biggest reasons for why we can develop ongoing dry, chronic coughs is because of repressed sadness, sorrow, grief and disappointment?
When trauma or loss has occurred in our lives and we haven’t truly processed these emotions, they actually get stuck in the lungs.
Even if you experience allergies or a lingering cough from a loss, an illness or a virus, we can incorporate several Qigong remedies to improve these frustrating symptoms.
In this week’s video, I outline multiple qigong tips and healing sounds to practice, foods you can add to your diet and herbal formulas to take for chronic cough, so be sure to watch and follow along to learn these productive techniques.
And please do share with anyone you know who may be suffering from this intrusive and uncomfortable condition.
Wishing you a wonderful Qi-filled weekend!
Chris and Parisa
2 thoughts on “Chronic Cough, Be Gone!”
Thank you for this video and training. Since October 2021, I’ve had a cough. Basically, it went from bronchitis to post-nasal drip to wheezing to feeling better (like I was actually getting better) to square two and over again. I did the Qi movements you recommended and will continue to do so while I’m figuring out what is the root(s) of this relentless respiratory issue. The good news – is it’s not COVID and it’s allowed me to learn more about the respiratory system.
Awesome, you’re most welcome Helena! Please keep us posted on your healing journey. Qi ya and lots of love.