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Vertigo and Dizziness

Common Cause of Vertigo And Dizziness After a blow to the head, or a collision causing someone’s head to whip around, there’s a chance you’ve had a concussion, and there’s also the chance your doctor hasn’t properly identified it. Common symptoms of concussion are vertigo and dizziness (as well as headache, nausea, light and sound […]

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Inflammation is a killer, more so than anyone thought

Type 2 Diabetes, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other neurodegenerative diseases are being linked to inflammation. Inflammation disrupts many processes in the body: It can effect the normal process of sugar consumption, digestion, neurotransmitter production, energy production, normal coordination between neurons as well as others. With inflammation you can have symptoms like peripheral neuropathy which typically is associated […]

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Episodic Migraine Linked to Obesity

From Medical News Today People who have the occasional migraine are more likely to suffer from obesity, compared with those who do not have migraines, according to a study published in the journal Neurology. Previous studies have demonstrated a link between people with chronic migraines and obesity, the researchers say. But they add that the […]

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Cardiovascular Fitness Contributes to Healthy Brain Aging

One of the important things we ask our patients is “how often do you exercise?”. When we ask this question we are tapping into different systems in regards to the brain, body, and nutrition. Exercise, in our minds, consists of the following: -Biomechanics of the feet, knees, hips, pelvis and low back, as well as […]

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Can you balance on 1 leg for more than 20 seconds? I sure hope so.

This recent study conducted in Japan, tested 1400 to see if they could stand on 1-leg for up to 60 seconds. The results were astonishing. Those who could balance themeselves the least, had Cerebral-small vessel disease (SVD) and the scary part is that they were Asymptomatic, meaning they did not show any symptoms of having […]

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