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Podcast - 21st Century Innovations in Brain Health

05/13/2015 - 2:16pm

5 million people suffer from Alzheimer's.  How can alternative medicine complement traditional medicine to create effective approaches for improving brain health?  Are there effective alternatives and/or complements to stimulates, anti-depressants, and other traditional medicines?  These questions and more answered in this podcast!  

Podcast - Men and Women are like Waffles and Spaghetti

05/13/2015 - 2:09pm

Spaghetti vs. does this explain the difference between the male and female brain? Why do most men have trouble multitasking?  Why do most women have trouble focusing on one thing at a time? Men actually have a compartment of the brain that houses NOTHING...what?!  An understanding of this can save relationships! 

Podcast - How do the two sides of the brain create differences and conflict for men and women?

05/13/2015 - 1:53pm

Why are women better at word games? Why are women more sensitive to temperature, smell, and sound?  Why do men seem to have a flight or fight response when it comes to arguments?  Does size really matter? Connections between the two sides of the brain play a big role. An understanding of this can lead to better sleep, less self-doubt, more focus, and.. better relationships!  

Podcast - Patient Lori shares her story on overcoming Sjogran's Syndrome

05/13/2015 - 11:18am

Patient Lori shares her story ~ She led a healthy lifestyle but was still having trouble with ADD, brain fog, and other symptoms that cleared up through testing and balancing with Integrative Medicine.  

Podcast - Heavy Metal Toxins and Neurodegeneration

05/13/2015 - 11:07am

7 billion pounds of toxins are poured into our environment each year ~ what can we do about it? Heavy metal toxins are some of the main culprits in neurodegeneration. Most people know about acute lead poisoning but what about chronic exposure?  What causes it, how can we test for it and what can we do about it?  Arsenic is very common in Sarasota water ~ is this a problem?  Memory loss, balance problems, ringing in ears, pins and needles in the toes, tremors...these are some of the earlier symptoms.  

Podcast - 6 Important Nutrients for Brain Health!

05/13/2015 - 10:50am

Preventing inflammation is the key to brain health ~ how can we do this through nutrition?   Increased memory and focus, reduced brain toxicity, overcoming addiction, increased willpower, and a better sense of well-being are naturally within reach.  

Podcast - Patient Barbara gives her secret to staying young!

05/13/2015 - 10:36am

Barbara is 80 years old, but has the energy and interest of a 60 year old ~ what is she doing to feel this way?! She says she has overcome lupus and is able to live a fulfilled life thanks to Dr. Watts.  One of the keys to Integrative Medicine is to look beyond treating the symptoms in order to determine the cause. (8 minutes)

A New Way of Fighting Alzheimer's...Why did the rat get fat and what's that got to do about Alzheimer's?

04/24/2015 - 10:03am

A New Way of Fighting Alzheimer's...Why did the rat get fat and what's that got to do about Alzheimer's? In a recent breakthrough study, scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology showed that rats consuming a Westernized fast food diet increased the likelihood of their obesity. Now, that should not be news to anyone in America. Of course, everyone knows that if you eat copious amounts of French fries and ketchup as your only source of vegetables you will get fat. That may not seem like much of a breakthrough until we check out the rest of the story; what M. I. T. actually found caused...

The Difference Between The Male and Female Brain

09/30/2014 - 1:33pm

There is no secret that males and females are different – it’s obvious to the eye. Lesser known is that the difference between genders extends beyond what the eye can see. Accord­ing to author, John Grey, it is as if we were from different planets, “Men are from Mars – Women are from Venus.’ While the notion of brain dissimilarity between the sexes has been widely criticized by neuroscientists throughout the ages, recent brain imaging techniques, studied at The Uni­versity of Pennsylvania by Dr. Ragini Varma, confirm that the brains of men and women are indeed “hard-wired” differently....