Every year for Memorial Day, we are reminded of not only how thankful we are for the ultimate sacrifice given for our freedom, but also of how many of our Armed Forces members continue to suffer from PTSD. Fortunately, there is hope and light at the end of their dark tunnel.
If you're from Lafayette or have spent more than a few hours here, you know how harsh the weather can be on your body. Staying properly hydrated is vital for handling the South Louisiana climate. All critical bodily functions require water, making it an essential part of living a healthy life. It lubricates the joints and eyes, keeps skin healthy by eliminating toxins, and facilitates proper digestion.
Balance is the key to a healthy life, but it can be difficult to achieve. Hectic schedules, responsibilities, and a culture that doesn't allow us to slow down; something always seems to get in the way of obtaining optimum health.
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When: Saturday, February 9th from 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Cajun Harley Davidson in Scott, LA
This year at the Jeep Show and Shine Gumbo Cookoff , Neuromend's own Allen Green will be speaking on the success that their clinic has experienced treating patients with treatment-resistant depression and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) as well as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).
Not many people have heard of CRPS and RSD, but to those diagnosed with it, they know it and its symptoms all too well.
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Your habenula, sometimes referred to as the “Anti-reward System”, is a tiny area in the middle of your brain positioned between the thalamus and the stalk of the pineal gland.
The habenula regulates nearby reward areas and helps us to learn from actions made throughout our lives.
When facing a situation that few have done before, there are usually more questions than answers. Ketamine as a treatment for depression, especially TRD, is still in its infancy. Many trials and errors occur in order to produce the desired results. Here at NeuroMend, we have put in over a thousand hours into the research and development of how we use ketamine as an anti-depressant. While opening our own clinic, we have learned a lot. As always, when undertaking a task that few have attempted, expectation often differs from reality. Listed below are a few of our experiences we would like to share with you.