Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dowsing the Brain on Fire with Sleep

Unlike the rest of our body, the brain is often forgotten simply because it has no pain receptors to grab your attention.  Instead it subtly protests in other ways such as brain fog, restlessness and lack of focus.  But like the rest of your body, the brain can become inflamed.  Mark Hyman refers to this […]

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Memory Is All We Are

If you find you are experiencing memory problems such as remembering what you are saying when interrupted in a conversation, or misplacing your keys, wallet or glasses more frequently or you write things down more regularly so you don’t forget them, you may find the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine is depleted. Acetylcholine  is a neurotransmitter that plays […]

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Putting the Brakes on your Mind Running Away

  With the  pressures of life, many tend to push themselves to the point of burnout. They do this with habits such as not getting enough sleep, eating too much processed foods, drinking too much coffee and then overextending themselves with work. On top of all of this, we are exposed to environmental toxins leaving […]

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