Brain Health

Brain Fog. Anxiety. Depression. Dementia. Alzheimer’s Disease. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Multiple Sclerosis. Parkinson’s Disease. Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Some the most commonly prescribed medications in the world are antidepressants. However, your depression, anxiety, insomnia is not the result of a deficiency of these medications. Why is your brain not producing the energy to make these neurotransmitters? Why is it not producing the energy needed so you can think accordingly and feel clear headed? Is the inflammation that is present from the gut, toxins, and food supply affecting the ability of the brain to do its job normally? How do you enhance your brain function?

In order to optimize brain health we need to look at cellular function, the gut brain axis, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal-thyroid axis. We need to assess oxidants, anti-oxidants, and bugs that may be creating havoc in your body. We need to address these dysfunctions and optimize your lifestyle, food, and targeted, purposeful nutritional supplements.

If you have any questions please feel free to call and discuss our approach.

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