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Memory & Toxic Exposure: Many Ways to Regain Your Brain

What is toxic exposure? How do you know if you have it? Toxic exposure can cover a variety of things, including self-inflicted toxins (such as drugs, and alcohol), medical treatments such as chemotherapy, and environmental exposures to carbon monoxide or mold.  It can be very difficult to know that you have one of these, unless you […]

Sep 02, 2016   |   1 Comment »


Natural Ways to Help ADD

There are many treatments common to all people with ADD. But to many people’s surprise, there are actually 7 different types of ADD, each needing its own unique treatment. While these general treatments may be helpful, it important to pinpoint your specific type of ADD so that it can be treated properly and effectively. Here […]

Sep 01, 2016   |   No Comments »


5 Critical Steps To Parenting A Difficult Child

Parenting a child is one of the most important responsibilities any of us ever undertake. Yet, it does not require any special training or prior experience. It has been said that parents make most of their mistakes with their first child, overcompensate with the second child, and finally get it right with the third child. […]

Aug 23, 2016   |   No Comments »

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Who Controls Your Moods?

Who You Spend Time With Impacts Your Mood When you are with positive, supportive, and loving people, you feel happier and more content, and you live longer. This is not only intuitively true but research has demonstrated it again and again. For example, in a study at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio, 10,000 men were […]

Aug 18, 2016   |   4 Comments »


Exciting New Educational Guidelines For Those With ADD

ADD also called ADHD is a national health crisis that continues to grow. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 20% of boys and 11% of girls are being diagnosed with it. Even though it is now being diagnosed more frequently than ever, it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated […]

Aug 09, 2016   |   3 Comments »


The Many Faces of Autism

In 2013, Autistic Disorder, Asperger’s Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder, NOS (not otherwise specified) were rolled into one umbrella category: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASD is a chronic neurodevelopmental condition characterized by developmental delays, communication problems, abnormal social skills, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems – but the range and severity of the symptoms can vary […]

Aug 02, 2016   |   No Comments »

Reduce Risk of Losing Mind as you Age

7 Steps To Reduce Your Risk Of Losing Your Mind As You Age

Frightening new research suggests that Alzheimer’s disease actually starts in your brain decades before you have any symptoms. And Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple in the next thirty years with no cure on the horizon. Furthermore, it is estimated that 50% of people eighty-five years old and older will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease […]

Jul 19, 2016   |   6 Comments »


The ONE Secret That’s Ruining Your Relationships

According to recent research, approximately 25% of couples who receive marriage therapy report that their relationship is worse two years after ending therapy, and up to 38 percent of couples who receive marriage therapy get divorced within four years of completing therapy. Why is this? Watch this short video where I reveal the ONE secret […]

Jul 12, 2016   |   No Comments »

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How Do You Know Unless You Look?

Imagine this situation… You head to the orthopedic specialist’s office due to knee pain that you are experiencing. After asking you questions about the knee pain and bending your leg back and forth a few times, he tells you that you need knee surgery. Would you trust this guesswork diagnostic? Of course not! Unfortunately, this […]

Jun 28, 2016   |   11 Comments »


What You Don’t Know About Depression

Nearly 7 percent of, or approximately 15.7 million, American adults are affected by depression. Many of us are no longer shocked by that statistic as we may have loved ones who have struggled with depression or had encounters with it ourselves. However, many of us would be shocked if we understood the extent to which […]

Jun 16, 2016   |   13 Comments »


2 Myths About Adult ADD

There are many people who feel anxious, depressed, impulsive, or prone to anger, and they think the problem is “all in their head” or purely psychological. However, one of the clearest things we at Amen Clinics have found in our research is that these problems often do have a biological basis in the brain. We […]

Jun 16, 2016   |   13 Comments »

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