Rss Feed
Tweeter button
Facebook button
Technorati button
Reddit button
Myspace button
Linkedin button
Webonews button
Delicious button
Digg button
Flickr button
Stumbleupon button
Newsvine button
Free Shipping at the Clearance Outlet - TimeForMeCatalog.com

How to keep your brain on the track

OCTOBER is BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH! Help all you can!

brain intro How to keep your brain on the track Two weeks ago I wrote on the “number one economic challenge for European health care.” It was about a study on the brain and the myriad disorders that are coming into play around the world.

This past Saturday I was listening to a lecture by Dr.’s Gary Samuelson and Rob Ward on “The Nervous System and Redox Signaling.” It included the brain. The brain is directly connected to the nervous system. From this lecture come specifics as to causes of brain malfunction. In addition to Alzheimer’s disease; depression, anxiety, insomnia, Parkinson’s and a myriad of autoimmune conditions were included.

If you are new to the Health Fit for Life community, you might not know that my mother died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. My mother was the consummate “worrier.” You could see it in her face when she was stressed. She carried each of her children’s and my father’s burdens with her on her shoulders, in her head and throughout her body. When confronted with what had been labeled by her doctors and husband as her “slow blood-flow” in her brain at a seeming healthful age of 76, the tightness in her expression, the outward sign of worry, was even more tragic. She understandably began living a life of fear and terror. And so the interminable spiral down and into her self began. She and we as a family were seeing her world slipping away. It continues to sadden me. And it is for this very reason I must share my experience and whatever I learn with you because her plight must be used for good.

http://tinyurl.com/Samuelson-Ward

If you have a loved one suffering from a brain or nervous system disorder, I urge you to take some time and learn from this lecture and pass it along. It will help you to help them and back again. It is about hope and extraordinary science.

WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR EZINE OR WEBSITE? You can. Just copy in its entirety with this blurb below.

LouAnn Savage is publisher and editor of The Weekly Healthline, an online health and lifestyle publication. Subscribe free at: http://www.HealthFitforLife.com. Look for her at http://www.Savage.TeamAsea.com, She is an Asea distributor. Follow her on twitter @louannsavage and join her on Facebook.com/louannsavage.

Share and Enjoy:
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track
  • services sprite How to keep your brain on the track

Leave a Reply