The Science of Brain Wellness through Genomics and Functional Medicine
- Thursday, April 23, 6:30-8:30pm
with Chas Gant, MD, PhD
Laboratory diagnostic technologies have now advanced to the point that the unconscious causes of fatigue and depression can be uncovered. Psychosocial stress is more visible and still important, but under the surface are hidden genetic, metabolic (eg blood sugar imbalances), nutritional, toxic (eg heavy metals), infectious (eg Lyme and candida), allergic (eg food allergies), energetic and other stressors that for most people dealing with burnout and depression are far more important. The amazing human brain with over 150 different neurotransmitters is well-suited to cope with a lot of stress, but when enough concealed stressors pile up, at some point they can overwhelm and confuse anyone. Come see how mostly insurance-covered, new diagnostic testing can reveal and demystify these cloaked causes of depression and fatigue which are unique to each individual, and how simple, safe, natural, targeted and effective treatments can address them.
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