February 13, 2020
An interesting article was published this week in Psychology Today that talks about how inflammation in the body not only causes depression but also alters our mood and even decision making.
About 15 years ago I began to study this link. I even purchased the domain address inflamedbrain.com because I felt that one day this information would become mainstream.
And here we are!
The approach I take to treating patients often involves recommendations that lower inflammation in the body.
The fields of psychology and even sociology will likely evolve to incorporate this new information about how to help people lead more focused and clear lives.
December 27, 2018
Kick off the new year with new information on how to live your best life. It is scheduled for Thursday January 17th from 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Learn the secrets to peak brain function and naturally treat addiction, depression, anxiety and insomnia without the use of drugs.
Please RSVP to Cierra promptly at email@example.com or (949) 715-9321 x 2. Seats are limited.
Organic food and drink will be served.
June 3, 2018
Dr. Gina just spoke at the Advanced Applications in Medical Practice conference in Scottsdale, AZ on the Advanced Brain Therapy program that she offers at Forever Ageless in Newport Beach, CA. Here are a few video clips from the conference. Call or email the office today to schedule and receive these same cutting edge treatments for improving cognitive health and treating mood disorders.
We look forward to seeing you soon and helping you to live your best life ever, with clarity, focus and happiness.
May 18, 2018
Women’s International Pharmacy published an excellent article on the importance of understanding how hormones work with receptor sites and the signifiant impact this has on hormone treatments in women and in men. I often find myself discussing with my patients at Forever Ageless that it is not enough to look at blood test results and the amount and even the form of hormones being administered. We must look at factors such as symptom resolution, inflammation, medical history and more to help assess how beneficial a bio-identical hormone protocol is for you. This makes a lot of sense when you understand the role of hormone receptors and how they impact the results of being treated with bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. Bio-identical hormones can change lives for the better, when introduced safely and with great care and focus on treating you as an individual, with a unique set of receptors and cells that operate best when in a balanced state.
To your health,
April 19, 2018
Dr. Gina Nick, NMD will be speaking at the upcoming Advanced Applications in Medical Practice conference in Scottsdale, AZ June 1-3, 2018. She will be speaking on “Glutathione, Detoxification and Neuroinflammation” and “Brain Nutrients and New Medical Technologies for Optimizing Brain Function.” The topic of the conference is Advanced Approaches in Integrative Neurology. Hope to see you there!
March 13, 2018
The effect of nutrition and lifestyle on cognitive processes has long been studied. Dr. Gina will be covering newly described influences of key brain nutrients and lifestyle factors on cognitive function that provide neuronal protection and improve brain metabolism.
The presentation will be delivered live from 6:30 to 8:30 PM Pacific time tonight.
Click below for more information.
Hope to “see” you there!
June 10, 2015
A new study finds decreased social anxiety among young adults who eat fermented foods. Further evidence of the connection between the gut and mood disorders, and hope for a better alternative to addictive benzodiazepenes.
May 12, 2015
Sickness Syndrome is becoming more mainstream! I have been speaking, publishing and applying this knowledge with patients at HealthBridge Medical Center
for years with great success.
Read below as a Johns Hopkins expert discusses one of the key underlying causes of anxiety and depression. Excellent news for people challenged with these issues as it means real, long term treatment with less side effects and more focus on true healing of the body.
Anxiety and depression have been thought to contribute to gastro conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A Johns Hopkins expert explains how what’s going on in your gut could be affecting your brain. Click here to read more…