Touch. Vitamin “T”. Something your body craves. Needs.
A long time ago a “research project” was undertaken by a king. I think it was in Germany. The ruler wanted to know what language babies would speak if no one ever talked to them. What would naturally come from their mouths?
The babies were taken from their mothers. They were provided only the necessities of food and cleanliness. No one talked to them. No one touched them.
Guess what language they began speaking?
None at all. They all died. They were lacking Vitamin T.
Rat pups who are deprived of the touch of the mother’s tongue grooming them will die. Rat pups who are “groomed” with a wet paint brush (like mother rat’s tongue) live and thrive.
What should you expect from your health care provider–your doctor, physical therapist, nurse or massage therapist? You should expect to feel comfortable in their presence and with their touch. If they cannot give you some type of comfort–even if the treatment hurts–here is my suggestion:
Find a new one.
A study done in Canada indicated that doctors who touched their patients had patients who Continue reading