When a polar bear experiences trauma – as when he is hunted down by a helicopter shooting tranquilizers at him – he shakes his body to release that trauma. This is instinctual and helps keep him healthy, resetting his nervous system to a calm, safe state again. You may see your dog do this too. […]
By Dr William Epperly. A common way of dealing with depression or anxiety is to use a medication such as an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) like Prozac or Lexapro or Zoloft on an everyday basis. And a popular Rx choice for immediate effect is Xanax or Klonopin. But research shows that using such […]
Some chronic illness symptoms caused by faulty brain signals Neuroplasticity is able to completely eliminate Limbic System false signals! Some absolutely amazing findings coming from recent neurobehavioral and psychology research are unraveling a fabric of mystery which is demonstrating that a number of symptoms of “mystery Illnesses” like chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivity […]
Tina’s Story Tina recently came to see me as a new patient in my clinic. Tina had always been a worrier and she had battled feeling anxious and having trouble sleeping through the night for years. These had been manageable problems for her. Then something happened that changed things for Tina in a big way. […]
Men, have you been affected mentally, physically, or emotionally by the COVID-10 epidemic? Many men do not realize the cumulative effects of chronic stress, though they can be damaging. From the Cleveland Clinic: “A new national survey by Cleveland Clinic reveals that the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting both the mental and physical health of men […]
By Dr. Connie Casebolt MD of Forum Health, Greenville Ladies, we all face dealing with hormonal imbalances, particularly during perimenopause and menopause. It is a normal part of life. Conventional synthetic hormone replacement treatment is often used to help women balance their hormones and improve their quality of life, but there is a better way! […]
by Dr. Shilpa Saxena, Forum Health Tampa A potentially life-saving study was plastered all over the internet recently: Job Stress May Raise Women’s Heart Attack Risk by Almost 90%! This study is at the “preliminary assessment” state as the results have notbeen fully analyzed, basically meaning that the medical community is not willing to stand behind […]
Dr. Petersen and Erica Lemke-Pembroke enjoyed speaking with ABC4 Utah – Good4Utah on Good Things Utah recently. Aging, childbirth, and hormone imbalances can all affect sexual health, but there are many treatment options available. To learn more about Forum Health schedule a free 15-minute patient consultation or call 855.906.3037.