I provide personalized, comprehensive primary care in an integrative, holistic way to families and individuals of all ages. I went into the field of medicine to help people. Medical school taught me how to diagnose illnesses with countless textbook examples and practice. Experience has taught me how to read peoples' maladies, and to restore patients back to being whole. By taking a deeper look at the root cause of disease and embracing the mind, body, and spirit, I work with patients in transforming them back to wellness.
While the signs and symptoms of autism vary widely from person to person, few core telltale signs are difficulty in interacting socially with others or peers of same age, weak verbal/non verbal communication skills, and stereotyped or repetitive behaviors. Seeking art, music or swim therapy may greatly help your child learn, grow, and thrive.
A migraine is a painful headache of varying intensity that is oft-preceded or accompanied by sensory warning signs such as numbness on one side of the body, flashes of light, blind spots, nausea and/or vomiting. Common triggers include red meat, alcohol, caffeine, strenuous physical exercise, to name a few. Seeking acupuncture, massage therapy may help.
Sleep deprivation causes insomnia, unhealthy food cravings, crankiness, etc. Stress-induced nightmares, unconscious sleep walks, breathlessness, and inexplicable daytime sleepiness are common sleep problems. Ensure your children receive adequate sunshine, eat healthy, nap and exercise during the day, follow a fixed sleep schedule, and supplement with natural sleep inducers like Chamomile tea.
Exercise regularly to maintain a healthy weight. Soak your joints in a tub filled with warm water+2 c Epsom salt+a pinch of baking soda for 15 mins. Apply ice packs for 15-20 mins multiple times/day. Refrain from consuming added sugar, processed foods, red meat, white rice, bread. Take 300 mg of Mg powder before bedtime; ginger-turmeric tea to reduce inflammation.
It can be difficult to know how much sugar we are consuming, since added sugar is hidden in 74% of all processed foods, ranging from bread to salad dressing. The recommended amount is 1 tsp or 4 gms a day. It becomes hazardous to health when women exceed 6 tsp (25 gms), men exceed 9 tsp (38 gms), and children exceed 3 tsp (12 gms) a day.
Addyi is expected to work by changing the balance of particular brain neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin. It claims to improve women's sexual experience but comes with various side effects like nausea and dizziness. Instead, change lifestyle habits like skipping workouts, sleep deprivation and heavy dinner to improve libido.