What Is The Gut-Brain Connection?
The gut-brain connection is the system within your body that facilitates a two way communication between the GI tract and the brain. The gut or GI tract has its own nervous system called the enteric nervous system (ENS) which means there is a complex signaling system from the gut to the other parts of the body.
Concussion and treatment for them continues in the news as the long term side effects have shown up in retired NFL players. Other sports such as soccer, ice hockey, rugby, boxing, wrestling, cheerleading, and volleyball also have high risk for concussions. While many of the concussion risks and prevalence coincides with childhood and adolescent sports,
The Autism epidemic in America continues to rise. The effects of it are far reaching through all communities. The data reports 1 in 59 children currently have autism which is a 15% increase from previous data sets from 2014. As the rates of Autism increase, the effects on families, schools, and communities is impacted. The medical community,
What Is IV Nutrition Therapy?
IV nutrition is the most effective and efficient way to give your cells, tissue, and blood exactly what they need to thrive. The use of intravenous vitamins follows the same universal truth of medicine that an IV will work faster and offer high concentrations of the medicine, solution,
Energy and nutrients from food are the raw materials for hormone production. Without enough raw materials your body will prioritize making “survival hormones” (a.k.a stress hormones) like cortisol which is a key factor in hormone imbalances. A practical example of this is cholesterol which is the precursor of almost every major hormone in the body.
IV Nutrition Therapy is something that we’ve been wanting to implement within LifeWorks Integrative Health for the last 10, 11 years. Now it’s become more of a demand, and necessity than it has ever before because of how inflamed and how toxic many of the patients coming in are. We say that because the GI tract is extremely inflamed to the point that the oral administration of nutrients and things that we’ve done in the past and had good success on,
A very common question is, “Do IVs hurt?” We can confidently tell you that IV Nutrition Therapy does not hurt. The most painful part of getting an IV is really just getting the needle stuck into the vein, which for any of you that have had a blood draw that’s essentially what it feels like.