Don't forget mental health...

February 2011, Xtend-Life Expert

Summary

People with health concerns that stem from or result in emotional or neurological behaviour issues often get left on the 'back-burner', as health professionals don't know how to help these types of conditions.

People with health concerns that stem from or result in emotional or neurological behaviour issues often get left on the 'back-burner', as health professionals don't know how to help these types of conditions. Given the high level of technology we have created in the modern world, psychological and behavioural problems still seem to allude us.

Conventionally, this problem is dealt with by providing drugs to suppress the patient. From the word go everyone knows that this approach isn't actually going to help cure the condition itself, and constant chemical intake could create further related or unrelated health problems in the future.

Issues such as ADD, ADHD, autism, and more are not greatly understood in terms of causes, and this is what makes them difficult to treat, especially conventionally.

It is possible to approach these issues naturally, and wholly, with all aspects of the person's life being taken into consideration and improved. For example we have a formula called Neuro-Natural Memory which, although isn't specifically for these types of conditions, and doesn't purport to 'cure' them, does contain many ingredients known to help naturally relieve – NOT suppress – many related symptoms, and this in turn may make the conditions potentially more manageable, along with other lifestyle improvements such as diet, fluid and exercise.

Total Balance and Omega 3/DHA could also have potential to help by balancing the body and neurological systems on a general health level.

Another important approach often left out due to cost or time involved is simple counseling. This can help in terms of both understanding what is happening, how it occurs (as much as we know), and how better to deal with the symptoms.

For an interesting article about this issue, please view "Mental health requires more ideas and more funding" (by The Gazette).

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