Monthly Archives: November 2016

Addiction- The New Approach

Recently the Surgeon General of the United States has said addiction is a medical problem. It is a new concept to some that addiction is a neurobehavioral condition rather than a character flaw. Addiction has been defined as “a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in […]

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Neurofeedback, what is it?

Neurofeedback is the retraining of brain waves. Brain waves represent the measurement of the electrical activity of the brain. We can measure brain waves and compare them to a normative database and create a brain map (QEEG). Certain highs and lows in the electrical output of our brain area associated with neurobehavioral symptoms.

Balancing the […]

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Inflammation- Friend or Foe?

Inflammation is our body’s innate or inborn tendency to pad or put fluid at a site of injury or problematic area in the body. The inflammatory process also occurs when the body is dealing with bacterial or viral infections. It is believed that some level of inflammation is important for your body to stay healthy. […]

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The Importance of Thyroid

Most of us have heard of the thyroid. Not many know the importance of the thyroid. Some of us get our thyroid checked out with our yearly blood work.

Thyroid problems usually are accompanied by metabolic rate issues, energy decline, poor mental function, poor GI function and poor emotional control. The thyroid is the site of […]

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