1 in 5 Canadians will suffer from a mental illness in their lifetime, with anxiety and depression being the most common of these. Medications for these conditions are among the most frequently prescribed in North America, and although they can be helpful, they don’t tend to address the underlying issues.
Integrative medicine can do this with it’s recognition that our mind and body are inter-connected, both affecting the other. How we care for ourselves impacts our mental health – diet, sleep, exercise, stress management and our daily habits all play a role in how we feel everyday.
Can we get the support and solutions we need without the side effects? Things like depression, anxiety, poor sleep, and stress can fade away with the right individualized and holistic root-cause approach; total wellness – mind, body, and spirit is possible.
Caring for the mind is as important and crucial as caring for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without the other.
The balance between freedom and security is a delicate one.
If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.
Beliefs are physical. A thought held long enough and repeated enough becomes a belief. The belief then becomes biology.