During practice, the inner voicing of selected words or phrases, such as "calm, relaxation, energy" engage the brain's extensive language networks, eventually eliciting heaviness
and warmth with their verbal prompts.
Soon after relating the story, the patient had such an episode of chest heaviness
with palpitations, and a nonsustained run of slightly irregular ventricular tachycardia was recorded on a lead II telemetry strip(Figure 2).
Reunion Island's director of coffee development, Adam Pesce, explains why this coffee appealed to him: "It's clean, balanced and sweet, yet still has that distinctive heaviness
we've come to expect from Indonesian coffees.
But it was the relentless heaviness
of TBDM's sonic attack that cranked the heat up even further.
This combination of ingredients provides triple action relief for post meal stomach heaviness
in people who feel that their stomach has weakened due to aging.
The other boy's injuries potentially were more serious as he was complaining of neck pain and a feeling of heaviness
in his legs.
There are elements of history as well as comedy without the heaviness
of classic language.
It has the same texture as wheat, and it offers the heaviness
that you often get when using wheat.
And an easing of her food intake has already "seen some of that heaviness
come off her", according to Tweenhills Stud boss David Redvers.
Lots of flavor, without the heaviness
of many imperial IPAs.
Words from the Latin gravis have something to do with heaviness
But for an artist like Davey, who takes the discursive framework of photography as part of its very materiality, there is no getting around (and no desire to do so) the heaviness
of every photograph.