Tag Archives: DEPRESSION

Brain Chemical Imbalances

We pinpoint specific chemical imbalances that lead to anxiety, depression, and addictions. Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia

We individualize the treatment for each of our fibromyalgia patients. Continue reading

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Lithium

Lithium Carbonate is a natural salt that is dug out of the ground (dirt) and is very similar to table salt. During the late 19th Century, French doctors noticed that the people who dug salt in the salt mines had … Continue reading

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Brain Aging

Thousands of published studies show that brain aging can be controlled, at least in part. Some of these studies demonstrate a preventive effect, whereas others show a benefit in reversing the cognitive impairment caused by normal aging or by a … Continue reading

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Depression: Symptoms & Nutritional Causes

Symptoms You feel sad, scared, or empty for weeks or months at a time. You feel down-hearted, blue and sad. You feel that you can’t help yourself get better. You feel hopeless or guilty. Morning is when you feel the … Continue reading

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Caffeine: A Common Culprit

In my practice I have found caffeine to be the culprit in many cases of fatigue, nervousness, stress, and “arthritis”. Caffeine in coffee, tea, and soft drinks is often responsible for the drained, tired feeling that many people have. Caffeine … Continue reading

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