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Sensory Mismatch and Vestibular Dysfunction

This post follows on my ” Sensory Mismatch and persistence of symptoms” post. Interestingly the authors here are looking at more dramatic symptoms that can be caused by sensory mismatch and vestibular dysfunction: http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnint.2013.00091/full Most significantly the post mentions distorted … Continue reading

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Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health, some evidence.

EMF and Blood Brain Barrier, and their relevance to atlas subluxations There have been concerns about electromagnetic radiation for some time. While studies looking at exposure and cancer have been inconclusive this is not the best way to look at … Continue reading

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ADHD and Suffering, the International Consensus Statement

Despite the ADHD denialaists and other fringe thinkers, ADHD is real , and it can be very troublesome: For most of us who are classifiable as ADHD, life can be pretty hard. The many disadvantages and harms associated with ADHD … Continue reading

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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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