This is the second in a series about inflammation and its effect on our health and, in particular, on our brain. Chronic inflammation is a leading cause of mood disorders and dementia. The good news? It’s quite treatable!
Inflammation is a ubiquitous and chronic malady that effects far too many of us. Arthritis, cancer, and cardiac disease have been shown to have an inflammatory component. In this video, I review the effect of inflammation on our capacity to regulate mood.
This was a delightful gift from Flint Sparks, PhD, a psychologist and Buddhist priest here in Austin. Enjoy.
This is the 1st installment of my new blog. In an attempt to be more informative and utilizing new technology, I am including an embedded video from a previous interview that I did on “pregnancy brain”. I hope you find it enjoyable. My hope is to include more videos of my own in the future.