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This blog was created to share information on the holistic approach to addressing a wide range of neurological disorders including Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, Tourette’s, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease. We’ll also discuss natural methods for prenatal discomfort, cutting-edge neurofeedback and other drug-free therapies for those suffering from chronic pain/inflammation, as well as proper nutrition.
Our goal is to help you learn how to achieve optimum health…naturally.
— Dr. Keri Chiappino and Dr. W. Brent Reynolds
Does your teen get 10 hours of solid sleep each night? Does he/she get at least one hour of moderate to vigorous exercise each day? How about screen time? Does your teen spend less than the recommended 2 hours a day for 14-18 year olds on digital devices? If your...read more
Scented candles are ubiquitous during the holidays and their fragrance admittedly can set a festive mood, but did you ever stop to think about what it is that you are actually burning to achieve that forest fresh scent? Most candles are made with paraffin, a...read more
Flu season is here! Are you prepared? Keeping your immune system as a healthy as possible is key to fending off nasty germs that can leave you down for the count. Being mindful of what you touch, eat and do can go a long way in reducing your risk of contracting the...read more
Sleep is essential for cognition, concentration, performance and overall wellness, including brain health. Deep, restful sleep enables harmful beta amyloid proteins - waste products that are found in fluid between brain cells -- to be cleared from the brain,...read more
Migraine sufferers beware - medicine taken to alleviate symptoms may actually be increasing their severity. A new study published in The Journal of Headache and Pain found that patients who overuse medications like triptans, opioids and barbiturates for migraine...read more
High blood pressure has been known for years to be a trigger for cardiovascular disease, stroke and kidney damage. New research now points to hypertension at middle age as a risk factor for Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. In a recent study, participants with a...read more