Fatigue is a common problem most people experience from time to time. Often times, fatigue can be a symptom of an illness. However, for some, fatigue continuously lingers, creating an impact on day-to-day life. In fact, about 20% of people in the United States suffer from fatigue, which they claim to be so severe that it interferes with their ability to complete a regular day. Experiencing fatigue means feeling a lack of energy and motivation, often confused with drowsiness, which is the feeling of needing sleep. If a person is experiencing unexplainable fatigue, it may be possible a person’s wellness is being compromised by an imbalance occurring without notice. Review these areas of wellness if fatigue becomes a common occurrence, hindering daily life.
Experiencing stress in daily life has become the norm for the average American. Read our post 5 Sneaky Symptoms of Stress. Between balancing work, providing for a family, attending school, and various other responsibilities, anxiety and worry rapidly build. People are constantly in search of stress relief, which can come in healthy forms, such as yoga, meditation, journaling, etc. However, many people turn to food when feeling overwhelmed with stress, which only contributes to the ever-growing obesity epidemic in the United States. How easy it is to relate to someone reaching for a chocolate bar after a tough day at work or going through the drive-thru after being taunted by countless ads on the drive home on a typical stressful day. Why is it that people feel the need to reach for comfort foods when the reality is that stress eating is ultimately bad for your health due to excessive weight gain?
Studies show that less than 40% of people are able to digest after childhood. Despite the facts, dairy consumption into adulthood is considered the norm for Americans today, but often contributes to a variety of health issues of which most people are completely unaware. Advanced Neurotherapy’s resident health coach Shayna Ross discovered she is among the many who are sensitive to dairy products. We asked Shayna about her experiences before and after giving up dairy for good.
Neurofeedback has proven to be an effective and durable treatment to improve brain function without the use of medications. The process of retraining your brain is painless, noninvasive, and can treat a variety of issues including learning disabilities, behavioral issues, accident-related injuries, medical problems, psychological disorders, performance disability, and physical manifestations.
For the majority of neurotherapy patients, completion of treatment means maintaining improvements durably and indefinitely. There are some situations where a few follow up neurofeedback sessions can be highly effective. We refer to these sessions as boosters, and they can be utilized for the following cases and goals.
Neurofeedback, a safe, medication free brain training treatment, aims to improve brain function by targeting areas in the brain that are having trouble functioning. After neurofeedback sessions, the brain functions at a more optimal level, allowing a person to live life more easily. Neurofeedback combined with additional therapies, such as talk therapy, and a well-balanced diet and exercise routine, will noticeably improve day to day life in various ways, including: