Monthly Archives: December 2015

Gut dysbiosis and sympathetic dominance

This weeks discovery: I have been picking up on some information about gut dysbiosis, and, as i was not getting well as fast as I thought I should be, I went off to have a full faecal aerobe/anaerobe test. The … Continue reading

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Sensory Mismatch and the persistence of symptoms in upper neck problems

The following information is likely to be relevant to all individuals with a chronic neck pain problem or with any history of ADHD, or a number of other chronic problems such as migraine or fibromyalgia. It will not provide a … Continue reading

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Creativity and Brain Networks in ADHD

One characteristic of ADHD that can be annoying and frustrating is “having a head full of thoughts”. This phenomenological description though, is correlated with clear patterns of neural network activity.   It is common for ADHD individuals to have much … Continue reading

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Atlas subluxation and accelerated brain ageing

As proposed by the chiropractor Dr Michale Flanagan in his book “The Downside of Upright Posture”: See: http://www.upright-health.com/ccsvi.html It would appear that in the presence of an atlas malalignment, drainage of CSF and venous blood from the brain may be … Continue reading

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