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Friday evening, Frankfurt, Omen night club. Sven Väth, Frank Lorber and thousands of people on the dance floor. Lust for life!
*******SelfAdjustingTechnique**** The adrenal glands are two walnut sized glands that can be found and felt. The adrenal glands are especially easy to find when they are exhausted. They work hard to deal with all the stress put on them by emotions, junk food other and toxins, so much so that they often become hard and swollen. And, when they are pressed on, you will begin to feel very uncomfortable.
The adrenal glands are responsible for your base energy. They help make you feel good with a lust for life. Weakened adrenal glands are responsible for the beginning of most major health issues that are seen today.
Here's how to find the adrenal glands. You are finding by feeling, so go ahead and go into the area a little deep, especially if you are feeling on yourself -- you'll know when to slow down. And, you'll see how to do a flush that can help clear toxins from the adrenal glands.
Go to *******selfadjustingtechnique****/back-pain-secrets for free information on health and the adrenal glands. It starts with the free book Back Pain Relief, but that's just the beginning. There's plenty of information about how adrenal fatigue leads to other major conditions besides lower back pain.
004 - It's Comic Bastards Podcast time. This week we dive into a new segment called, "Steve Hates TV." That is to say; we're going to discuss the first three episodes of DC and NBC's Powerless! That's a comedy I promise. After we're all tuckered out on TV, we begin another new segment in which we're spending a year on Transmetropolitan called "Year of the Bastard." It's pretty relevant to what's going on in the world these days, and so if you'd like to join us, we'll be covering volume 1 "Back on the Street" on this episode and then "Lust for Life" in a month from now. We encourage you to ask us questions, make comments, point out things we've missed and join us for the live stream to interact with us. Now, on to the show!