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Alzheimer's Disease Overview

submitted by: admin on 05/24/2016
  Alzheimer's disease (AD) is like an electrical "brown out" that develops as energy production of the hippocampal region of the brain begins to fail and atrophies. Nutritional programs make it possible to resuscitate some mitochondrial energy production and either stabilize or improve symptoms.  Drugs are not a good solution...

Boosting Your Mojo with Steve Sisgold

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
The body never lies and gives us powerful insights into our state of being. The first step in boosting body energy (mojo) is by being aware of how our body feels. Measure your BQ or body quotient to see where your body energy level is.      

Can Light Therapy Help the Brain

submitted by: admin on 09/28/2018
According to a press release published in Eurekalert in April of 2015, researchers from the Boston VA hospital are studying the effects of infrared and red light on veterans with Gulf War Syndrome. They documented with MRI studies that LED therapy increased blood flow and ATP production in the mitochondria of brain cells. Previous studies published in the June...

Cell Phone Use in Pregnancy Associated with Behavioral Disorders

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Yale researchers exposed mice to a muted, silenced, cell phone for all 19 days of their pregnancy and found that there were changes in the brain similar to what is seen in ADHD. The offspring had hyperactivity and less memory. Data on cell phone health issues is slowly surfacing. It may be related to brain tumors and a variety of behavioral disorders.    

Chemobrain in Breast Cancer Treatment is Common

submitted by: admin on 06/26/2016
  A study out of Singapore, published in Annals of Oncology in March of 2012, showed that breast cancer patients treated with chemotherapy had symptoms of chemobrain manifested by memory loss, difficulty in decision making and speech problems. Patients were generally not aware they had symptoms because they attributed them to fatigue, anxiety, and mood...

Does Taking a Nap Make You Lazy?

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
  Many of our best thinkers such as Einstein, Da Vinci, Tesla, and Churchill took afternoon power naps regularly. Progressive companies such as Newsweek, Google, and Time/Warner encourage afternoon naps because they have found there is increased productivity. A Greek study found that men who took a 30 minute nap at least 3 times per week lowered...

Drugs that Worsen Memory in the Elderly

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
  A report from the Montreal Geriatric University Institute in November of 2012 reviewed 68 trials on benzodiazepines, 12 on antihistamines, and 15 on tricyclic antidepressants and concluded that these families of drugs have a significant negative impact on memory and concentration in the elderly. The American Geriatrics Society proclaimed that these...

ELISA/ACT Testing with Russell Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/20/2013
This is a test of immune memory in lymphocytes that lead to hyperimmune reactions. It measures the body's reactivity to chemicals in the environment. It measures delayed hypersensitivity reactions that are rarely measured in clinical practice. These are direct lymphocyte reactions to antigens in the environment.            

Essential Oils and Energy Healing with Elizabeth Anne Jones, PhD

submitted by: admin on 09/21/2013
Essential oils have a powerful impact on energetic healing. Kirlian photography shows how the human aura changes in the presence of different oils and has an impact on the energy of our chakras. Examples of the effects of essential oils on chakras is described. Smell, emotion, and memory are stored in the hippocampus and are available through essential oils.             

FDA Warns Statins Increase Blood Sugar and Cause Memory Problems

submitted by: admin on 01/17/2015
The FDA has officially linked all statins with cognitive problems like forgetfullness and confusion as well as with a 25% increased risk for an elevated blood sugar level and possible association with type 2 diabetes. Statins are the best selling drugs on the market and are used by 21 million people in the US each year. Of course, there are all the other side...

Indications of Alzheimer's Disease is Evident 20 Years Before Dementia

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  Biochemical signs of Alzheimer's Disease are reflected by the brain's limited capacity to metabolize glucose occur 20 years prior to the memory and cognitive defects we associate with the clinical disease. A shortage of ATP (energy) in the brain eventually leads to an electrical brown out manifested by recent memory loss and cognitive defects...

Listening to your body with Steve Sisgold

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  Listen to your body to improve your health. The breath holds important memories that can release how we breathe. Root causes cannot be solved with drugs. Unfortunately we don't learn this in medical school. Your body is your ally and holds the answers to health.          

Memory and Stress Lead to Early Re-admissions to the Hospital

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
Hospital re-admission rates were studied by Henry Ford Hospital researchers on patients with congestive heart failure. What they found was a bit surprising because it wasn't the severity of their congestive heart failure that determined re-admissions. They reported that a history of psychiatric problems such as depression, anxiety and other mood disorders...

Nutrients that Improve Memory in Alzheimer's Disease

submitted by: admin on 05/24/2016
  MIT studies have shown that a combination of choline, uridine, and DHA can improve memory in patients with early Alzheimer's disease by stimulating the growth of new synapses. About 40% of patients who consumed this cocktail improved on a test of verbal memory. It does not work on moderate or severe cases. There are several other approaches...

Obesity: What is the Cause? With Julie Motz

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
  Why do we eat when we're not hungry? Our earliest frustration was not being fed when hungry. It is a life and death issue for an infant. This old memory persists and when we're threatened food is still the solution.

Preview Alzheimer's Disease

submitted by: admin on 12/17/2018
  Alzheimer's disease is defined, its many memory loss and mood related symptoms described, and treatment reviewed. The role of drugs, nutrition, exercise, mental activity for Alzheimer sufferers, and challenges are revealed. The biochemistry, anatomy, and physiology are explained in simple language in this audio-only recording on many aspects of...

Rosen Method Bodywork with Linda Chrisman, MA, CMT

submitted by: admin on 12/17/2018
Marion Rosen stated: the body never lies and it reveals what the emotions desperately attempt to hide. Through this amazing style of bodywork, many people are able to find the deepest meaning of their physical illnesses.

Somatic Experiencing with Linda Chrisman, MA, CMT

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
The work of Peter Levine, PhD is explored and related to how we can deal with PTSD. This powerful tool can help people who are stuck in psychotherapy move out of their head and into their body to explore old traumas.          

Sugar Makes You Stupid

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
  Binging on food with high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) for 6 weeks may make you stupid. Studies on rats published in the May 2012 Journal of Physiology showed that HFCS over this time period was associated with slow brain function and hampered memory and learning abilities. What you eat affects how you think! Previous studies showed that fructose increases...

Vitamin B3 Fights Superbugs

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  A study in the August edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation suggests that a form of vitamin B3, niacinamide, increased by 1000 times the ability of immune cells to kill MRSA. Niacin, or nicotinic acid, does not have this effect. Niacinamide in doses greater than 3 grams per day has the potential for serious liver disease, but does not have...