PUBLISHED BY:

DR. TONI BARK

847.869.7740

Neurological

Why is that, as we get older, stress seems to invade our lives?

In our younger days we were able to concentrate, complete tasks, and cope with day-to-day living. On the other side of the coin we were able to rest, relax, and enjoy our days. Now it seems as if everything has suffered; achievements are less because of our inability to focus, stress follows because of lack of achievements, home life is affected, relationships suffer, and to complete the circle we can no longer escape the agitation of the whole situation because relaxation and rest are miles away.

Today’s multi-tasking life style and high paced society propels us into this situation. If you are experiencing any of the following there is an ANSWER!!

Do you experience?

Autism
Stress
Low Mood or mood swings
Anxious, irritability, agitation, tension, panic attacks
Difficulty concentrating, focusing or remembering
Sleep disturbances, sleep difficulties
Headaches
Fatigue, lack of energy
Fatigue, lack of energy

The ANSWER is that the body’s stress response system is dysfunctional. It is a physical problem interconnected with your emotional issues. The brain chemicals that help us to respond to stress appropriately can be in limited supply due to diet, stress, exposure to toxins, and/or genetics.

We test the level of your brain chemicals, called neurotransmitters, and then suggest all natural ways to restore your balance.

Isn’t time you stopped stress from invading your life? Take the first step today and schedule a consultation with The Center for Disease Prevention and Reversal.

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