Of all the diseases people are scared of, dementia tops the list. And that's exactly why it's one of my favorite topics. In this article, we'll tackle the top 4 myths about Alzheimer's Disease and dementia and you can download my free infographic illustrating the "Top 7 (Research-Backed) Tips for Preventing Dementia."
Antidepressants are some of the most prescribed pharmaceuticals out there. Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) represented the most common medication my new patients were already taking. But most of them still had symptoms of mixed anxiety and/or depression. So why wasn't the drug fixing the problem? Probably because it wasn't treating the cause - or at least, the entire cause...
Did you know that in India, where they consume way more curry and turmeric than Americans and Europeans do, people are almost 4.5 times less likely to develop dementia like Alzheimer's disease than their Western counterparts? Check out the infographic to see which diseases and conditions turmeric will alleviate...
There are 4 key supplements that work hand-in-hand to relieve stress by repairing the damage that's been done and restoring the body's ability to cope with life's ups and downs. You'll find my top choices here.
Dealing with stress is an artform - the trick is finding what works for you. Here are a few simple but powerful options to try out.
Specific dietary advice should be personalized - but there are simple guidelines that you can follow to get big results. Start at the top of the list and work you way through, as these healthy choices become your new habits.
Our stress response system is hardwired into us with implications affecting the entire body. The brain and central nervous system constantly monitor our environment for unpleasant experiences triggering a stress response cascade if they are present. Understanding a bit of the biochemistry of how stress effects us is key to overcoming it.
There are a lot of different ways to talk about stress, but what is it, really? It might be easiest to think of stress as our response to pressure. Simply stated, it’s a method of reacting to the challenge we are facing. Dr. Wilhelm discusses the most common symptoms of chronic stress that result from our "normal" modern lifestyles.
Eye twitching, medically known as myokymia, is frequently caused by chronic stress, and is easier to fix than you might think. Dr. Wilhelm discusses 5 simple solutions and which key nutrients to supplement to banish them forever.