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Started by inavalan, November 08, 2022, 02:25:08 AM
Quote(The Independent) Cetojevic told Djokovic to stretch out his right arm while placing his left hand on his stomach. The doctor then pushed down on Djokovic's right arm and told him to resist the pressure. The strength Djokovic would feel in holding firm, the doctor said, was exactly what he should experience.Next Cetojevic gave Djokovic a slice of bread. He told the bemused player not to eat it but to hold it against his stomach with his left hand while he again pushed down on his outstretched right arm. To Djokovic's astonishment, the arm felt appreciably weaker.It was what Cetojevic had expected. His crude test had been to discover whether Djokovic was sensitive to gluten, a protein found in wheat and other bread grains. Looking back, it was the moment when Djokovic discovered why he had suffered so many mid-match collapses in his career – and the starting point for a lifestyle change which led to his becoming world No 1 just 12 months later.
Quote from: Deb on November 08, 2022, 06:28:05 PMThis is a drive-by post, lol. Currently living life at the speed of sound and trying to keep up. This to me is a perfect example of beliefs at work. Djokovic believed he had a gluten sensitivity that affected his life. He expected the test results, expected the improvements he got when changing his lifestyle. Placebo effect of diet rather than medicine. We could save ourselves so much time and effort if we all accepted how belief and expectation mold our circumstances. But that's why we're all still HERE. ;
Quote from: Pete A. Sanders jr.'s 'You are Psychic'Psychic Feeling is most closely intertwined with our physical being. Its Psychic Reception Area is at the front of the body, extending from the top of the diaphragm to just below the navel. This area, often called the solar plexus, is the site of many nerve junctions. The extrasensory impressions received here are, quite literally, "gut" feelings. They are often accompanied by uneasy physical sensations ranging from vague discomfort to actual nausea or even abdominal pain.
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