Mental Health: Looking after the Muscle of the Mind
Modern medical psychiatry tries to understand the brain only in terms of gross damage (so nothing can be done) or single chemical imbalances. This is a simplistic and somewhat foolish approach considering the fact that any neurologist, behavioural scientist or biochemist will tell you the brain is anything but simple.
For the brain to work properly it’s an interaction between the structures, the chemistry, the electricity, and your lifestyle and social choices.
As you’re about to discover, preventing mental health issues is really very similar to preventing cancer, heart disease, obesity, and all the other chronic diseases of the West.
You’ll also discover there are more treatment options within our control.
These 5 videos are not intended to treat or diagnose any disorder.
I’m going to cover:
A surprising way to improve your memory
Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative conditions
Movement and Brain Balance
A Surprising Way to Improve Your Memory (almost immediately)
Alzheimer’s Prevention (and a novel treatment)
If you have any of the following symptoms you should consider following the advice in the next video
Problems with words
Problems with writing
Withdrawal from work and social activities
Changes in mood and behaviour
The nutritional regime form the study mentioned:
For 2 Years:
0.5 milligrams of vitamin B12 (equivalent to 500 micrograms)
20 milligrams of B6
0.8 milligrams of folic acid (equivalent to 800 micrograms)
Name of the test: homocysteine
Nutritional Psychiatry (and Leaky Brains)
In this video I describe how stress aggravates mental health, and share my favourite ways to switch stress of and save your brain and your health.
The resources I mention:
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Movement and Brain Balance
Balancing the brain is something NO DRUG CAN DO.
For instance, conditions such as ADHD and OCD can actually problems with the right side of the brain. Drugs work on BOTH sides, so you can never get a cure. Depression can be just a left sided problem.
Today I’ll reveal how to spot if you have a ‘brain hemisphericity’ and what you can do about it.
Americans are feeling anxious — a health risk, especially for older adults.
By: Janet Lee – Consumer Reports :: June 5, 2017
Whether acute or chronic, stress can affect you physically, changing your hormone levels and activating your body’s inflammatory response.
“There’s evidence that people under chronic stress are more susceptible to the common cold and flu, and are at greater risk of developing depression and coronary heart disease,” says Sheldon Cohen, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. “Under long-term stress, many of your body’s physical systems do not respond normally.”
And though older adults usually report less stress than younger ones—thanks to years of experience in developing coping strategies—age may make us more susceptible to the negative health effects of chronic stress.
This article shares 7 simple and highly effective ways to better manage stress levels including controlled breathing, practicing mindfulness, strong interpersonal relationships, connecting with nature, better sleep and taking more technology breaks.
If you’re reading this then I’m 100% certain that this article is of prime importance to either you, or someone very close to you.
There is a large body of evidence that suggests inflammation is the root cause of cancer, diabetes, thyroid disorders, arthritis, Alzheimer’s and many other chronic diseases.
It can even be behind the inability to lose weight.
Before watching my training video inspired by Dr Pompa, and originally part of www.Mi365.me, here’s a personal story as told by a colleague of mine in the USA:
And here’s my longer training (you may want to get cup of the anti-inflammatory coffee I recommend):
Inflammation of the cell membrane that affects the way the cell communicates, detoxes and will ultimately change gene expression, leading to a diseases of genetic weakness.
There are 3 main contributors that always need to be addressed in order to down-regulate inflammation.
Keeping tight control of your glucose intake is of paramount importance for any anti-inflammation program to be effective as it is a driving force that cannot be remedied by any supplementation or drug protocol. For example, diabetics do not die from diabetes, but from other degenerative conditions. Despite being on medication, 68% of all diabetics die from heart disease, and 50% of diabetics end up with dementia or Alzheimer’s as they age rapidly from the inside out.
This is directly due to the oxidation/inflammation from uncontrolled glucose and insulin.
By the way, grains, not sugar, are the #1 contributor to elevated glucose. Yes, even whole grains. Did you know that 2 pieces of whole grain toast or a bowl of oatmeal raises glucose the same as a can of Coke? This is why a Cellular Healing Diet eliminates ALL GRAINS from the diet UNTIL cellular inflammation is corrected.
Eliminate “bad fats”.
What are ‘bad fats’? Well it may surprise you to know that the worse culprit is probably omega 6 fats from all the processed vegetable oils we’ve been told to consume! All the sunflower and rape seed oils we buy in supermarkets to cook in, and that are added to all baked goods.
These oils are causing massive imbalance in the oily make up of our cell membranes and are a major cause of inflammation and artery damage.
You need no worry about eating sunflower seeds though – it’s just the processed oils.
Another inflammatory fat (no surprises) is that found in processed meats and beef from non-grass fed cows.
On the other hand, limited fats from grass fed cows are fine (and contain the beneficial omega 3 oils).
Lastly, toxins, in my opinion, are the biggest driving factor of inflammation today. We have discussed this in every ‘R’ of cellular healing, so I will not get into it here but I will say this: if you do not remove the hidden sources of toxins within your body, the chronic inflammation will NEVER be resolved.
For example, personal care products you use every morning contain, on average, 518 chemicals that are known “hormone disruptors”.
There are also the pollutants and toxins in the air we breath (which kills between 20,000 and 240,000 people in the UK every year), the tap water we drink (a known cause of male infertility) and all the pesticides and herbicides on our fruit and veg.
Most people wish they had more energy, what about you?
In this video, recorded around Christmas 2016, for www.Mi365.me again, I cover the basics of where energy is made and what you need to do:
When it comes to low cellular energy, it can be causing more than just fatigue.
You may not even have fatigue, but instead:
And /or inflammation (arthritis, aches, pains, bowel problems)
You rectify low cellular energy by
i) increasing the fuel available
ii) increasing the number of ‘power plants’ in your cell.
The power plants inside your cells are called mitochondria, and they make energy via molecule known as ATP.
Sick people and people with chronic inflammation have far fewer mitochondria than the average person and, therefore, far less cellular energy even for basic function. Once again this leads to many of their symptoms including sensitivities as well as why they do not respond to what would be effective treatments.
In my course ‘Anti-Ageing Health Lab- 7 Weeks to a Younger You’ I cover a lot more ways to improve energy . There are multiple strategies for improving ATP production and mitochondrial performance. There are also a further 5 ‘human batteries’ we can charge up apart from our mitochondria.