Why You Want To Make Sleep A Priority

If you have followed my work, then you likely know that I recommend three simple strategies to achieve optimal brain health. Develop brain envy (you have to really care about it) Engage in regular brain-healthy habits Avoid anything that hurts your brain But did you know that one of the fastest ways to hurt your…

Memory loss or toxic exposure

What is toxic exposure? How do you know if you have it? Toxic exposure can cover a variety of things, including self-inflicted toxins (such as drugs, and alcohol), medical treatments such as chemotherapy, and environmental exposures to carbon monoxide or mold.  It can be very difficult to know that you have one of these, unless you…

The Importance of Getting Good Sleep

Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you go to sleep easily but wake up repeatedly throughout the night? Do you find it hard to drag yourself out of bed in the morning? Do you or your significant other snore? Do you regularly get less than seven hours of sleep per night? If you answered…

Do you tend to be negative?

My professional experience and research shows me that negativity is the default position of the human psyche, part of the brain’s survival system, which is why it’s so hard to eradicate. Why would our brains make us so negative? The reality is that the brain is hardwired for negativity. Studies of brain development and observations…

Depression

Nearly 7 percent of, or approximately 15.7 million, American adults are affected by depression. Many of us are no longer shocked by that statistic as we may have loved ones who have struggled with depression or had encounters with it ourselves.   However, many of us would be shocked if we understood the extent to which depression…

4 Ways To Stop Anxiety/Panic Attack

Some anxiety is good.  It’s true! A little bit of anxiety helps to keep us safe and out of trouble (our brains are biologically wired to protect us) and keeps us engaged and performing at a higher level. Unfortunately, though, there are millions of people suffering with way too much anxiety. They can spend time…

Insomnia Causing Problems?

Tossing and turning night after night? Don’t automatically reach for the pill bottle. New guidelines say the first choice to treat chronic insomnia should be cognitive behavioral therapy — a way to condition your body to slumber again. It takes more time and effort than popping a pill, but the American College of Physicians said…

AccessPoint O2B – Access new oxygen bar

Access Oxygen Bar AccessPoint O2B – Our new oxygen bar will be opening in March 2016. It will be a relaxing environment where people can sit quietly, both after counseling sessions or anytime, to breathe over 80% pure oxygen from a nasal cannula (nose hose). The air we normally breathe contains about 21% oxygen the…