Depression, Anxiety, & Insomnia Treatment
The most common complaints we see in clinic are those of severe fatigue, depression or anxiety and insomnia. These symptoms are always signs of the underlying imbalances happening in the nervous system and systems of the body as a whole. Our depression anxiety insomnia treatment regimen will help reduce and eliminate the following list of symptoms.
How We Can Help
We know that lifestyle choices have a strong bearing upon the health and well being of the mental (neurological/brain function) aspects of the body. These include past psychological experiences (how someone sees the world), present and past situational stress, nutritional imbalances, genetic potential, chronic illness, long-term medication, misuse of alcohol and drugs, and physical trauma. Over time these often lead to the breakdown of communication and imbalance of neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are chemicals located and released in the brain to allow an impulse from one nerve cell to pass to another never cell. Every neurotransmitter can directly or indirectly influence neurons in a specific portion of the brain, thereby affecting feelings, behavior, and sleep patterns.
In depression, which afflicts about 3.5% of the population, there appears to be abnormal, excess, or inhibition of signals that control mood, thoughts, pain and other sensations. In mainstream medicine, depression is usually treated through antidepressants to help correct the abnormal neurotransmitter activity, but with a plethora of negative side-effects and even potential psychosis which has led to many unneeded deaths in this country.
There are many neurodegenerative processes in the body that led to the imbalance of neurotransmitters and many different needs of each individual situation. Through evaluation and testing, Infinite Wellness establishes each individual’s required lifestyle changes, and nutritional supplementation needed to safely and effectively restore the neurotransmitters naturally. All treatment plans are developed so that they safely compliment any prescribed medications that you may be taking.