The Hypothalamus

Are you suffering from  fatigue, hot flashes, ADD, ADHD, Fibromyalgia, PMS, Osteoporosis, weight gain, sexual dysfunction, anger, migraines … or whatever else you have not been able to understand why?

Are you tired of endless manipulations, massages, drugs and supplements that don’t seem to be very effective?

If you knew there was a simple approach that can help you understand these and many other conditions and to treat the root of the problem, would you be more interested?  Read on …

It’s time to look at the relationship between the hypothalamus and our body’s hormone producing glands. 

The hypothalamus is a gland inside our brain. It secretes many releasing hormones and is the neurologic interface between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve system.

The hypothalamus acts as our stress parachute which gets deployed every time we have stressors in our lives. Relationship problems, dietary stress, physical trauma, infections and other ailments are all stress that affects the hypothalamus.

Chronic stress of the hypothalamus can lead to infection and fatigue of this and other brain structures. Eventually the hypothalamus becomes incapable of directing the release of hormones in the most accurate and needful way.

Here at Brain Body Connect, we use a simple procedure called NIS, (Neurologic Integration System) to quickly, accurately and safely detect and correct this breakdown in communication which occurs between the hypothalamus and the glands that produce hormones; primarily the pituitary, which in turn directly affects the thyroid, pancreas, adrenals, ovaries, testes, thymus, liver and others.

This breakdown in communication between the hypothalamus and the hormone producing glands creates chaos in the body!

Further, many of the treatments applied, traditional and some non-traditional, only guess at what the problem is and at best leave you in an endless loop of frustrating symptom care. 

It’s time for a better way. NIS is a simple, accurate and extremely safe procedure that allows us to detect and correct the root of the problem.  Neurologic communication is restored and harmony, our body’s normal state, is experienced in the body.  

Click the link to learn more and to schedule a free telephone or video consultation.  

Published by brain-bodyconnect.com

Dr Russell Tagg, is a 1992 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Certified Masters level for Neurologic Integration System (NIS). Practicing in Kennewick, WA, USA

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