A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted what some people (possibly more women than men) are experiencing after they recovered from the acute COVID-19 illness. The symptoms, which may be relapsing and remitting, are similar to dysautonomia, chronic fatigue syndrome–also called myologic encephalitis [ME], or chronic fatigue immune dysfunction [CFID]– (severe fatigue, brain fog, exercise intolerance, […]
Dear Patients, Colleagues, Friends,You have shared that the spiritual perspective on Covid has been most helpful to you. It is because of your feedback, I have invited a dear friend and outstanding Kabbalah teacher, Rabbi Avi Roitman, to give you a unique understanding of Kabbalah and Covid. How to… TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR THOUGHTS REACTIVATE […]
This is a video of Bob and his son Josh, who lives in W. Hollywood, discussing Josh’s Covid 19 experience.
My patients ask, “What should I do to prepare for the Corona Virus?” This is what I’ve shared with them, and now with you… To My Patients, The first issue is, how dangerous is this virus? In China, where the quality of health care is significantly lower than in the US, the mortality rate is […]
A new study finds that lifestyle changes can improve cognition This article published in The Wall Street Journal is a very important and welcome sign that the discussion around Alzheimer’s disease (AD) as well as many other neurodegenerative disorders is shifting. Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are not inevitable, and we do not have […]
Traumatic brain injury’s (TBI) after-effects can show up months and years after a long-forgotten head injury from a car accident, a fall, sport-related head injury, etc. Often overlooked in psychiatric evaluations of adults, traumatic brain injury can manifest in a host of mental and physical ways. It’s important to rule out TBI as a cause […]
In my years of practice I know one thing for certain: patients who have outside support heal faster, improve their interpersonal relationships, and are more productive in their lives. Sometimes that support comes from family, a spouse, or loved one. Sometimes from a psychotherapist or a coach. I want to give a shout out to a […]
One reason they fail has to do with about the role of some specific ingredients necessary for neuronal function. The first ingredient is L-tryptophan. A person who is taking an antidepressant medication has to have a healthy balanced diet. Key issue: He or she has to get enough protein in their diet. Most depressed people […]