Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, has been used for centuries to treat a wide range of conditions, from decompression sickness to nervous system disorders.1 Despite its powerful benefits, HBOT is still relatively unknown.
Your immune system is indispensable. It acts as your main line of defense, protecting you from harmful bacteria, viruses, and other invaders that would otherwise wreak havoc on your body.
Your gut isn’t just for digesting food, though. It performs many functions critical to your well-being. And in recent years, scientists have identified leaky gut syndrome (or increased intestinal permeability) as a possible root cause for many chronic illnesses.
Autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases are some of the most frustrating and frightening chronic illnesses for patients and their families and they’re both on the rise. The rate of autoimmune disease has skyrocketed in the past two decades and the number of dementia cases more than doubled between 1990 and 2016.
The human body is often compared to an instrument. When you’re healthy, it’s a well-tuned one. And when you’re sick, it needs a little fine-tuning.
At MaxWell Clinic, we focus on your overall body composition, or the percentages of fat and non-fat (like muscle) in your body. To do so, we use a method called bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) on all our new patients. In this article, we’ll dive into what BIA is and what it can tell us about your health.
We’ve witnessed huge strides in medicine over the last century, from the discovery of antibiotics to the potential for 3-D printed organs. Many once deadly infectious diseases have been eradicated, and life expectancy is higher than ever. But we’re not necessarily healthier.
When you live with a chronic illness, there is a sense of estrangement. Every step is a struggle. Everyone else seems to go about their lives effortlessly, while you have a keen awareness that your body isn’t working the way it should.
Your genes do not have to control your destiny. On the contrary, YOU actually have a massive influence on the number and quality of your days. Watch the video below for a heart-to-heart discussion with Dr. Haase on vibrant health and longevity.
Watching what you eat is important. But what matters more than a number on a scale or your carb count is how you’re feeling – and a big part of feeling your best is avoiding the foods that make you feel bad.