Depression is Trapped in My Brain!

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depression-brainI was browsing some research completed by Harvard Medical School and found this wonderful information which confirms what those of us in the neuroscience field of Brain Integration already know.  Depression is a result of brain signals, not just chemical responses (neurogenesis and nerve cell communication within/between specific areas within the brain).  Science is finally documenting what we have been seeing in our practice for years.  Depression is not as simple to treat as many traditional health care providers will let you think.  While it does involve chemicals in your brain, it also involves the electromagnetic signals put out by areas within your brain.  What triggers those chemicals to be released in excess or be not released enough?  Recognizing where the problem is only part of the equation.

Here is the next part of the equation …..To resolve the issue, you need to resolve the issue —LITERALLY!  If you do not get to the heart of the original issue that caused the limbic system to react, then you do not do anything more than topically treat the symptoms.  Treating the symptoms does not remove or resolve the problem.  Depression sits in specific areas of your brain, locked into neuro-connections made from past memories and associations.

Through (BIT) Brain Integration Technique, I go into those specific areas of the brain by accessing the subconscious through muscle testing to see where the electromagnetic signal is being diverted,  disrupted, or blocked.  The subconscious mind is amazing.  It NEVER forgets and is NEVER wrong!  If you want to find out where the problem lies, why not ask the expert?………YOU

Please spread the word to help people understand that there is help available…without drugs. There is hope.

Call today 480-473-8773 or contact us to schedule your Brain Integration today!

We always HIGHLY recommend  clients follow up with a behavioral health care provider for emotional support and for help in learning new cognitive and behavioral strategies.  We all work together to support our clients and to get them the help that they need to live fuller, more enriched lives.

Here is the link to the Harvard article


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