Heal Traumatic Brain Injury With Bioidentical Hormones

By Michael Downey Traumatic brain injury afflicts nearly 1.7 million Americans annually and causes devastating cognitive, emotional, and physical deficits. Standard therapies frequently fail to provide significant recovery after the acute phase, and chronic symptoms...

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Win a Trip to Mexico!

Win A One Week's Stay in Mexico! Winner chooses between two locations: Nuevo Vallarta or Riviera Maya. Accommodations include a one bedroom suite (choice of one king size bed or two full size beds) with a full kitchen and couches (with pull out sofas) and a balcony....

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Yoga and Meditation for Brain Injury

Mental distractions, such as over excitement, anxiety and other mental stressors are hallmarks of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and can interfere with the healing process. Also after a brain injury, the body and the mind struggle to function together in unison as they...

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What Is Regenerative Medicine for Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Though great progress has been made in medicine, current evidence-based and palliative treatments are increasingly unable to keep pace with patients' needs, especially given our aging population. There are few effective ways to treat the root causes of many diseases,...

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Using Hormones to Heal Traumatic Brain Injuries

By Joseph Carrington It can happen without warning: you slip in the shower and hit your head, a car swerves and hits you, a small stroke occurs and suddenly you can't speak, your mobility is limited, and your world shrinks. These are real-life examples of the...

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment for Concussions

BY RASHED MIAN retrieved from http://qns.com/story/2016/11/04/increased-awareness-concussions-amplifies-search-solutions/ U.S. Army veteran Chris Daniels survived three roadside bomb explosions during his two-year tour in Iraq, and aside from a wounded leg, the...

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Testosterone and the Brain

Testosterone influences the brain via organizational and activational effects. Numerous relevant studies on rodents and a few on humans focusing on specific behavioral and cognitive parameters have been published. The results are, unfortunately, controversial and...

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Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy

By. Victor W. Mark, MD, Edward Taub, PhD, Gitendra Uswatte, PhD, Khurram Bashir, MD, MPH, Gary R. Cutter, PhD, Camille C. Bryson, MS, PT, Staci Bishop-McKay, BS, and Mary H. Bowman, OTR/L Impaired mobility is a major cause for reduced quality of life in multiple...

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The Most Relaxing Song On Earth To Reduce Anxiety And Stress

HERE IS A PLAYLIST OF THE 10 SONGS FOUND TO BE THE MOST RELAXING ON EARTH, INCLUDING ONE WHERE SCIENTISTS WITNESSED A 65% REDUCTION IN PARTICIPANTS’ OVERALL ANXIETY, AND STRESS. Each and every one of us have tried at last a few different techniques to combat stress or...

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Is it Normal Forgetfulness? Or Something More Serious?

You forget things - names of people, where you parked your car, the place you put an important document, and so much more. Some experts tell you to dismiss these episodes. "Not so fast", says Dr. Gary Small, one of the nation's leading experts on brain health. Dr....

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Vitamin Deficiencies in Brain Injuries

The group, led by Dr Jessica Schnieders from Rijnstate Hospital in Arnham, The Netherlands, looked at vitamin D and hormone levels in 90 fatigued and non-fatigued subjects. They also systematically evaluated pituitary hormones and factors such as sleep, attention,...

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Could a brain injury be the cause of my depression?

It is possible that a head injury can be causing you depression. After a head injury, the brain is fighting to stabilize it's functioning including metabolism. What this does is slows down the brains functioning and depresses several of its systems. In effect, the...

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What are the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

Overall, symptoms from brain injuries are complex and may appear as mental disorders, causing confusion among mental health professionals.  The DSM-5 (2013) states that TBI can result in bipolar disorder, depressive disorders, dissociative amnesia, hoarding disorder,...

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What is a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI)?

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as concussion, is caused by a physiological disruption in the brain function and can result in impairment of a myriad amount of functions.  These injuries can be incurred by a blow to the head commonly found in violent...

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What is Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

The condition known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) was formerly believed to exist primarily among boxers, and was referred to as dementia pugilistica. It is a progressive degenerative disease which afflicts the brain of people who have suffered repeated...

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Can concussion lead to TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)?

Can concussion lead to TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)? The short answer: Yes. The long answer: "Mild TBI can result from any type of mechanical force impacting on the cranium. Mild TBI and concussion are interchangeable terms, wherein sports concussion is a subtype of...

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency and its Neurological Consequences

B complex vitamins are important for various functions of the human body. Be it energy production, body defense mechanisms, or red blood cell formation, the B group vitamins play pivotal roles and carry on the functions by working in tandem or all alone. Vitamin B12,...

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A Product Made from Bioactive Extracts of Lion’s Mane

As we get older, we all become more vulnerable to various disorders/diseases commonly associated with the aging process. Particularly, memory loss and brain atrophy are believed to be hallmarks of aging. Dementia is a collectively term for progressive degenerative...

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Ozone therapy: A clinical review

Ozone (O3) gas discovered in the mid-nineteenth century is a molecule consisting of three atoms of oxygen in a dynamically unstable structure due to the presence of mesomeric states. Although O3 has dangerous effects, yet researchers believe it has many therapeutic...

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A Multitasking Molecule

Melatonin is a lot like the tulip. In the mid-17th century, the beautiful bulbs inspired the world’s first speculative bubble, much as the hormone reached star status in the mid-1990s as a substance that could do everything from mitigate jet lag (it can) to...

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Alzheimer’s Supplement

Omega-3's for Alzheimer's Disease Here's more evidence that fish oil supplementation and antioxidants might be beneficial for at least some people facing Alzheimer's disease: A new report published in the July 2015 issue of The FASEB Journal describes the findings of...

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DOCTORS EXPLAIN HOW HIKING ACTUALLY CHANGES OUR BRAINS

While it may seem obvious that a good hike through a forest or up a mountain can cleanse your mind, body, and soul, science is now discovering that hiking can actually change your brain… for the better! Hiking In Nature Can Stop Negative, Obsessive Thoughts Aside from...

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Cell phone radiation causes brain cancer

Massive government study concludes cell phone radiation causes brain cancer After decades of denials and attacks by the media which called people concerned about cell phone radiation "tin foil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists," a massive, multi-year study funded by...

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Blueberries

According to FitDay, blueberries have gained super fruit status because of their high concentrations of antioxidants and phytonutrients. These compounds have been linked to preventing cell damage by neutralizing radicals, while also preventing inflammation and...

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Marijuana and New Brain Cells

When it comes to the controversy surrounding medical marijuana, an international team of researchers is busy stirring the pot by releasing findings that suggest the drug helps promote brain cell growth while treating mood disorders. According to the study in rats, a...

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Concussion Movie – Putting TBI in the Spotlight

Will Smith's new movie, Concussion, couldn't have come out at a better time, just over month before the 50th super bowl! The movie stresses the dark side of football: tramuatic brain injuries (TBIs). The Department of Veterans Affairs recently put out a new study that...

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Shoulder Pain Treatment Basalt, CO

Shoulder Pain Treatment(for more information https://www.facebook.com/aspenintegratedmedicine?fref=ts) Basalt, CO Aspen Integrative Medicine (970) 927-0308 227 Midland Ave Basalt, Colorado http://aspenintegrativemedicine.com/prolotherapy-and-prolozone/ "Dr. Hughes...

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Science Articles

HBOT and oxidation (good article): http://jap.physiology.org/content/106/3/988 HBOT and antioxidant production: http://www.journal.med.tohoku.ac.jp/2034/TJ2034_03.pdf HBOT effect on gene expression:...

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Concussion Treatment Booming Industry

A growing industry has developed around concussions, with entrepreneurs, academic institutions and doctors scrambling to find ways to detect, prevent and treat head injuries. An estimated 1.7 million Americans are treated every year after suffering concussions from...

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Lithium in the Brain

We all know vitamins and minerals are important for the human body to function. Minerals such as sodium and potassium are among the most important minerals that help our cellular functioning. One mineral that is mostly overlooked that could be the most important for...

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TBI Supplementation

In addition to Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Adult Stem Cells, and Human Plasma, having the proper nutrition in the body is crucial to rebuild the necessary pathways. There are many natural supplements that can provide these building blocks and boost results. Here...

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Case Report

Case Report for TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) Patient Treated with A Protocol of HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy), Autologous Human Plasma, Cranial Therapy, EEG Biofeedback, IV Nutrition, and Adult Stem Cells Dr. John C Hughes, DO Keywords: traumatic brain injury,...

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