Your brain is the gateway to good health. This 3-pound powerhouse affects how you feel, move, speak, think, behave, and socialize. And when it’s struggling, everything in life feels compromised. If you’re struggling with brain health, you might be noticing worsening memory, poor attention, or a depressed or anxious mood.
I know you want to be healthy and live a long life and supplements are a tool we use to help you do this. Sadly, the truth is that not all supplements are created equal and It can be hard to find out which ones are worth your time or money. That's why I have researched and investigated supplement makers, toured factories, and studied independent analyses of their finished products for years. I want to provide only the best quality supplements to enable you to reach your Maximum Wellness.
What would it feel like to wake up with rejuvenating energy that lasts all day long? If you’re someone who experiences fatigue, this might seem like a fantasy. But fatigue is like a courier delivering a very important message directly to you – and the message is that there is dysfunction, disease, or disability in your body that you need to pay attention to.
You deserve to feel good. It’s a bold statement. It might even be a hope you gave up on long ago. Pain, fatigue, depression, blood sugar issues, heart disease – they all seem to be the norm these days. With a staggering 60% of American adults now living with at least one chronic illness, the odds are high that you or someone you love are in this camp.
Odds are someone you know or love has been affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia. According to the Alzheimer's Association, the number of Americans living with Alzheimer's is growing — and growing fast. More than 6 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer's. An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer's dementia in 2021.
There’s no better time than the holiday season to talk about blood pressure. While the season is a time of connection, warmth, and joy, most of us would agree that it’s also the most stressful time of the year. Extra activities, long to-do lists and family gatherings can increase your stress – right along with your blood pressure.
Depression can feel like a prison, making relationships, thinking, and even daily activities seem impossible. Nearly everyone has experienced the symptom of depression at one time or another. But what many people forget in the depth of their pain is that depression is at its core — a symptom. It’s a sign that something isn’t working quite right in your brain.
Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, headaches, lack of focus, or chronic pain? If you answered yes, you might be surprised to learn that one therapy has the potential to address all of these issues. It’s called neurofeedback – a gentle, non-invasive brain therapy designed to optimize your neurological potential so you can meet life head-on.
Over the last 20 years, I have practiced and studied alongside a brilliant, caring, and visionary group of clinicians and scientists assembled at the Institute for Functional Medicine. This organization birthed the term “Functional Medicine” over 30 years ago to describe a heuristic of applied systems-biology medicine and root-cause-analysis in clinical care. It is a beautiful way to practice.
Neurofeedback is the process of training the brain to be more electrically efficient so that it can function at a higher level. Donald Hebb, PhD stated, "Neurons that fire together wire together."