"Leaky Brain" affects many Americans. What is "leaky brain?" Do I have "leaky brain?" Can I prevent or treat "leaky brain?" These questions affect us all. First because according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, approximately 1 in 5 adults in the US experiences mental illness in a given year. Secondly, approximately 1 in 25 adults in the US experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities. Finally, The Alzheimer's Association reports that 1 in 10 people age 65 and older has Alzheimer's Dementia, almost two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's Disease are women. These statistics do not take into account people with brain injury, or who are fighting brain cancer or other disease. Additionally, these numbers do not represent people on the Autism Spectrum or with ADD/ADHD. Finally, these statistics do not include the care partners…Read More
Dr. Cushing researched and developed his own noninvasive AllerCease™ technique for allergy elimination.
Over a 98% success rate.
Dr. A. I. Cushing D.C.,D.Ch.,C.N.C.,F.S.A.C.
Syndromes we specialize in using holistic medicine:
- Allergies & Hypersensitivities.
- Chronic Fatigue.
- ADD & ADHD.
- Weight loss
- Chronic Pain
- Female Hormone Imbalances
- Emotional Freedom Technique
From the Holistic Medicine Doctor’s Blog:
Adrenal Fatigue and Our Daily Lives With the invention of the "smartphone" and social media. The twenty-four hour news cycle. Technological changes, such as the blue light emitted from the constant use of computer and other screens that affects our circadian rhythms. We are living in ways that our great-grandparents could not have even imagined. It is common today to be connected to our friends, family and our employers all day, every day. As a result, many people deal with chronic stress, anxiety and burnout due to this information overload, and increased workloads. What is Adrenal Fatigue? Adrenal fatigue starts in the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands sit above our kidneys and are responsible for hormone production, blood pressure and electrolyte regulation, cortisol production and adrenaline which is responsible for our fight or flight response. This fight or flight response is an extremely important aspect for survival in dangerous conditions. …Read More