Brain Blog Posts

Post Concussion Syndrome – “The world doesn’t seem real”

Recently we saw a wonderful young person in high school who sustained a concussion during a school soccer game, and nobody (not even their parents) realized it had affected them until about a month later. This person was a great student, honors achiever, high level competitive athlete, a good kid, and generally laid back and

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The trigger for migraines and seizures that nobody talks about

  Previously I had talked about the 4 main triggers for migraines (among other symptoms). Today I want to talk about another trigger. Emotions. Emotions are a very important piece of our brain, our response to the world, and to our well being. With proper emotional responses we are able to develop relationships, build a

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Medical Neurology vs Chiropractic Neurology

Functional Neurology vs Conventional Neurology The Difference between Functional Neurology and Conventional Medical Neurologist Although its applications have been practiced for generations, ‘Functional Neurology’ as a healthcare discipline is a relatively new concept gaining wide acceptance as a powerful treatment option for disorders of the nervous system as well as a proactive brain performance strategy.

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Reading an Adrenal Stress Index test for High Cortisol Levels

If your doctor isn’t running an adrenal stress index when he hears you have the following symptoms, he or she might be missing a huge part to helping you. Trouble sleeping or insomnia Afternoon cravings for caffeine Dependency on coffee in the mornings Poor mental speed Chronic anxiety Rashes Chronic digestive issues And many others

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