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How To Access Your Brain and Soul Connection

How To Access Your Brain and Soul Connection

Focus: Health and Wellness | Soul and Brain Connection | Demonstration Sandy White share a conversation with Dr. Louise Swartwalters who gives a demonstration of the brain and soul connection. Sandy shared keys words and Dr. Louise shared some of her health root causes. Sure. Here is a conversation between Sandy White and Dr. Louise Swartwalters: Sandy: Dr. Swartwalters, I'm so glad to have you here today to talk about the brain and soul connection. I've been following your work for a while, and I'm really interested in learning more about how our thoughts and emotions can impact our physical health. Dr. Swartwalters: It's my pleasure to be here, Sandy. I'm passionate about helping people understand the power of the mind-body connection. As you know, the brain is the control center for our entire body. It regulates everything from our heart rate to our immune system. And our thoughts and emotions have a direct impact on the way our brains function. Sandy: Can you give me an example? Dr. Swartwalters: Sure. When we're stressed, our brains release stress hormones like cortisol. Cortisol can have a number of negative effects on our health, including increasing our risk of heart disease, obesity, and depression. On the other hand, when we're happy, our brains release endorphins, which have mood-boosting and pain-relieving effects. Sandy: So, if we can learn to manage our thoughts and emotions, we can improve our physical health? Dr. Swartwalters: Absolutely. There are a number of things we can do to manage our thoughts and emotions, such as: Practicing mindfulness: Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment without judgment. It can help us to become more aware of our thoughts and emotions, and to let go of negative thoughts and emotions that are harmful to our health. Meditating: Meditation is a form of mindfulness that involves focusing our attention on a single object or thought. Meditation can help us to calm our minds and reduce stress levels. Yoga: Yoga is a mind-body practice that combines physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation. Yoga can help us to improve our flexibility, strength, and balance, and it can also help to reduce stress levels and improve mood. In addition to the above, Dr. Louise Swartwalters shared some of her health root causes, which include: Stress: Stress is a major factor in many health problems, including heart disease, obesity, and depression. Poor diet: A poor diet can lead to a number of health problems, including obesity, heart disease, and cancer. Lack of exercise: Lack of exercise can lead to a number of health problems, including obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Smoking: Smoking is a major cause of lung cancer, heart disease, and stroke. Alcohol abuse: Alcohol abuse can lead to a number of health problems, including liver disease, heart disease, and cancer. Dr. Swartwalters emphasizes that by making lifestyle changes, such as managing stress, eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and alcohol abuse, we can reduce our risk of developing many health problems. To see more of WYTV7 videos subscribe to our Youtube channel. Share and Comment. We provide educational, empowerment, and encouragement of educational videos to help those looking for resources. Our organization partners with diverse and inclusive individuals who share their professional and talent to give back into the community as volunteers. While our videos are great learning tools, we understand that viewers have a variety of backgrounds and learning styles, and may require some additional information. We’ve provided some complementary materials and useful guides to help you get the most out of our Live Broadcast. We convey messages from others who share their capacity, impact, and purpose of how to help others. To learn more about WYTV7 or the desire to share your amazing story visit us @ and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Ways to support donate @
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Being simply fit is more than just exercise.

Say Hello to Sandra White | The Host of Simply Fitt

Simply-FITT goal is to encourage individuals to live a simply fit life through health and nutrition by providing simple tips and strategies to individuals so they can overcome suicide, depression and other health challenges. 


Sandra's mission for Simply-FITT is to encourage individuals to live a Simply-FITT life through health and nutrition by providing simple tips and strategies to individuals so that they can overcome suicide and depression.

She collaborated with a few authors and became a #1 Amazon Best Selling Author of The Daily Dose of Declaration ,which was created to combat suicide and depression.

So, join Sandra now in the fight to help stop this debilitating challenge. She has an MBA in Sports Management, certified in theology as well as a Certified Holistic health and nutrition coach. She absolutely loves to encourage people to live a balanced quality of life so they are able to become the best versions of themselves.

Sandra believes that being fit is more than just exercise!  She has a goal to collectively work and save 1 Million lives through exercise and providing nutritional education that is fun and informative.

Simply-FITT broadcast on every Wednesday @ 7:00pm EST. -airs out of Upper Marlboro, Maryland.

To be a guest and share your health and wellness story email Sandy White.

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During the WYTV7 Feeding Firemen project, Sandy White, the host of Simply Fitt, goes into the community and Feed Fire Fighter @862 Firehouse with healthy food to show appreciation and say, "Thank You" to first responders who take the 911 call and save lives.

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