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171 Brain Injury Recovery & Prevention – Lewis

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Brain injury recovery opportunities improve with fresh neurobiological insights regarding the cellular insights translated into street terms.

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  1. Anna on 06/03/2019 at 12:08 PM

    Thank you for a very interesting episode, I will definitively try CBD oil and omega3 for cognitive anxiety.
    But I am wondering about what you said about seratonin aggrivating cognitive anxiety, what is the standard treatment for it if it’s not seratonin? And how is it treated when one is already taking stimulants that made the cognitive anxiety and OCD worse?
    I have also watched all your videos and read your book which has been a great help but I would like to learn more about cognitive anxiety and for example the difference between that and OCD?

    Many thanks for all your work

    • Dr Charles Parker on 06/11/2019 at 5:23 AM

      Thanks, Anna – the question is too deep for a brief comment and I really should do a separate video on that important topic – life changing for me when I figured it out in ’96, but still not on the national diagnostic radar in ’19. Bottom line: OCD is more often than not a combo of dopamine [cognitive] and serotonin [affective] anxiety – and the mix of meds is accomplished based upon careful target recognition: feelings or thinking. The magic is in that mixing process and diagnosing comorbid contributory factors such as methylation imbalances that prevent predictable outcomes.

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