Physics Powered Healing

Boost Immunity 16: Care and Feeding of Your Skin and Its Microbiome

October 23, 2021 Dr. Anastasia Chopelas
Physics Powered Healing
Boost Immunity 16: Care and Feeding of Your Skin and Its Microbiome
Show Notes

In this broadcast, you'll hear about the importance of your skin's microbiome, which protects you from foreign invaders and pathogens.  You'll also discover ways to take excellent care of it to provide you with moist, flexible and nourished skin.  Get all the immunity boosting tips here: 

Standout Quotes:

  • "Your skin is your largest organ. It provides the barrier between you and the outside world, and it's the first thing that people see when they look at you. It protects you; it keeps out most invaders, and it projects your current state of health."
  • "If your skin looks good, you'll feel good about yourself. If your skin has problems, then you'll feel shame and embarrassment such that you'll isolate yourself, and those with severe issues can be outcasts or stigmatized."
  • "Individuals with visible challenges face a steep mountain to climb to embrace themselves for who they are, which in turn helps other people accept them for who they are. And there are numerous other issues such as acne, eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis, and your skin will communicate what is going on within your body."
  • "What happens when you're stressed is all the tiny muscles in our face will pull tight and create wrinkles.  You might develop deep lines around your mouth or between your eyes, for example. "
  • "Your skin has its own microbiome. This microbiome helps your skin in ways you probably don't realize, and for the most part, it stays stable for most of your life unless you disrupt it."
  • "The damage to your skin microbiomes on your hands can also disrupt the gut, and vice versa.  A healthy skin microbiome promotes a healthy gut microbiome. So they play hand in hand, but they are separate." 
  • "If you have any gum irritation in your mouth, which might develop if you have pockets. you have to floss well every day. If you use a toothpaste with SLS or sodium lauryl sulfate, it'll contribute to the irritation."

 Key Takeaways:

  • Just taking care of your skin is a common approach. When you include other lifestyle adjustments together with energy healing, improvements in your health and well-being will accelerate. They have a multiplicative effect.
  • Your skin is composed of three layers. 1. The epidermis is the top layer; it is the sealed outer covering, preventing your fluids seeping out and pathogens leaking in.  2.  The dermis, a layer of stiff connective tissue beneath pulled together with collagen, contains your hair foll

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