There is a new compassion-based care model that actively responds to physicians and nurses in a hospital setting. “Code Lavender” has been introduced at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio – a hospital alert for a common, but not always acknowledged threat: stress and burnout.

Hospitals have alerts in place to deal with situations that may arise – “code blue” for medical emergencies, “code red” for fire, and “code white” for behavioral disturbances to name a few.

Amy Greene, director of spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic says, “It was an idea to indicate that we were going to respond as quickly as possible to a need for intensive emotional and spiritual support. We thought originally that it would be for patients and their families, but as it turned out, we started doing them mostly for staff.” Physicians and nurses often find themselves emotionally exhausted, often after experiencing the death of one or several patients.

There is a new compassion-based care model that actively responds to physicians and nurses in a hospital setting. “Code Lavender” has been introduced at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio – a hospital alert for a common, but not always acknowledged threat: stress and burnout.

Hospitals have alerts in place to deal with situations that may arise – “code blue” for medical emergencies, “code red” for fire, and “code white” for behavioral disturbances to name a few.

Amy Greene, director of spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic says, “It was an idea to indicate that we were going to respond as quickly as possible to a need for intensive emotional and spiritual support. We thought originally that it would be for patients and their families, but as it turned out, we started doing them mostly for staff.” Physicians and nurses often find themselves emotionally exhausted, often after experiencing the death of one or several patients.

Migraine headaches are the worst. I know--I had chronic ones most of my life. I tried almost everything in my effort to heal the debilitating episodes of nausea and pain, from pills to meditation. When I discovered energy healing and became a healer myself, I was able to get to the root causes of my migraines and eliminate them once and for all. What I've learned can hopefully help you too.

These Natural Migraine Relief tips--using everything from gentle breathing to meditation to essential oils--can assist you mid-migraine and possibly prevent them. Though they are not a substitute for medical help, they can be a good complement, especially if drugs don't work. All of these are based on energy healing--helping to direct how chi, energy, life-force moves through the body. Physical problems are generally caused by imbalances or stuckness in the flow, so when you re-balance the energy, the body--and mind--can heal.

Read the first tip on how to relieve migraine headaches naturally. Diane Goldner, author of How People Heal (Hampton Roads), is an energy healer with offices in Los Angeles and NYC. She also works long distance with people all over the country. For more information check out www.howpeopleheal.net or email Diane at dianegoldner AT gmail.com.

Let me guide you in the natural ways to help your body heal itself.  I have learned the hard way, through trial and error.  But now, I'm helping many sufferers put migraines behind them for good; easily, naturally and permanently.

There is a new compassion-based care model that actively responds to physicians and nurses in a hospital setting. “Code Lavender” has been introduced at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio – a hospital alert for a common, but not always acknowledged threat: stress and burnout.

Hospitals have alerts in place to deal with situations that may arise – “code blue” for medical emergencies, “code red” for fire, and “code white” for behavioral disturbances to name a few.

Amy Greene, director of spiritual care at Cleveland Clinic says, “It was an idea to indicate that we were going to respond as quickly as possible to a need for intensive emotional and spiritual support. We thought originally that it would be for patients and their families, but as it turned out, we started doing them mostly for staff.” Physicians and nurses often find themselves emotionally exhausted, often after experiencing the death of one or several patients.

Migraine headaches are the worst. I know--I had chronic ones most of my life. I tried almost everything in my effort to heal the debilitating episodes of nausea and pain, from pills to meditation. When I discovered energy healing and became a healer myself, I was able to get to the root causes of my migraines and eliminate them once and for all. What I've learned can hopefully help you too.

These Natural Migraine Relief tips--using everything from gentle breathing to meditation to essential oils--can assist you mid-migraine and possibly prevent them. Though they are not a substitute for medical help, they can be a good complement, especially if drugs don't work. All of these are based on energy healing--helping to direct how chi, energy, life-force moves through the body. Physical problems are generally caused by imbalances or stuckness in the flow, so when you re-balance the energy, the body--and mind--can heal.

Read the first tip on how to relieve migraine headaches naturally. Diane Goldner, author of How People Heal (Hampton Roads), is an energy healer with offices in Los Angeles and NYC. She also works long distance with people all over the country. For more information check out www.howpeopleheal.net or email Diane at dianegoldner AT gmail.com.

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