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- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety?
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Traumatic Brain Injury: Case Study Sam is a 46 year old. He and his 2nd wife Meg, have a total of 6 children between them. Sam and Meg have been avid motorcyclists for years, touring the countryside and involved in cross country rides with their adult children, other family and friends. Tragically, 4 yrs ago, [...]
qEEG: How is the quantitative EEG different from other brain tests? There are a number of tests available to test the brain: eg, PET scans, fMRI, SPECT scans, and MEG, to name a few. These tests are very costly and, in some cases, there may be risks involved with the procedures needed to run the [...]
Food and Depression: You Are What You Eat! Depression strikes individuals in America and across the globe! Recent studies in China, Australia, and Spain on the effects of food and depression all unwaveringly support the fact that what we eat has a significant impact on our mood! Is there any relationship between dietary patterns and [...]
Stroke: Stroke Case Study At age 55, Albert was married with 2 grown children and 1 grandchild. He was fairly active and relatively healthy, except that he had developed hypertension over the last 10 years. He exercised and modified his diet somewhat, but he wasn’t too concerned, as he did not have a family history [...]
OCD: Parents of OCD Children may be More Critical A study recently conducted at Case Western Reserve University found that mothers have a tendency to be more critical of a child who has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) than they are of other children in the family. This parental criticism has an effect on treatment, as there [...]
Is It Bipolar or Depression? Do you suffer from bouts of severe depression? Do you seem to snap out of it for brief periods where you feel energetic, hyper, or even possibly exhilarated? Have you tried anti-depressants without success? Are you feeling there is little to no help out there for you? You may actually [...]
Deep Breathing: Deep Breathing Helps Anxiety Disorder Do I have an Anxiety Disorder? Breathing is essential to life. It is an exercise we engage in an average of 20,000 times each day. As we inhale, our lungs fill with oxygen which then flows to our cells, bloodstream, muscles, and organs to offer the energy needed [...]
PTSD: Physical Symptoms and Treatment Hope is a well-adjusted, healthy, and happy woman who has many friends and lives life to the fullest. She has overcome significant adversity in life, and those who know her recognize her joy and know this joy is rooted in her faith. Hope has diligently strived to overcome the symptoms [...]
ADHD: Causes and Effective Treatment Video Neurofeedback is effective treatment for AD/HD symptoms! ADHD Test: Objective test; 93% accurate! ADHD Symptoms and Treatment – Click here for full article! Do I or my child have AD/HD? Call us today to begin the path toward increased health and healing! We are waiting for your call! Talk to [...]
Childhood Bipolar Disorder: Neurofeedback Case Study “The Bipolar Child,” by Demitri and Janice Papolos by Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D., Chief Scientist A 12-year-old boy with signs of childhood Bipolar Disorder has been on Concerta, Risperdal, and Zoloft for the last three years. He has trichotillomania (involuntary hair-pulling) since beginning the Concerta. He is very anxious. He [...]