Integrative Mental Health for Health Practitioners at Compounding Lab
Date: Monday 8 May 2017 7:00pm-8:00pm
Topic: Integrative Mental Health
Organisation: Compounding Lab
Session: One Hour Case studies on mental health, sex hormones, methylation and adrenal stress
Venue: 1/45 Crosby Rd, Albion QLD 4010
Invitation from: Mary Lou Condon
Sponsored by: Compounding Lab
The Neurotransmission System influences nearly all aspects of physiology and behavior including the genes, mood, sleep, hormone secretion, adrenal function and metabolism.
The high prevalence of stress, anxiety, depression and behavioural disorders in the community are well published in the media. Stress has wide ranging effects on appetite, libido and inflammation that may result in metabolic derangements in underlying mental disorders.
Furthermore with aging, there is a rising incidence of cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment and dementia, including Alzheimers. Research increasingly indicates the benefits of appropriate and particularly early clinical, diagnostic and lifestyle interventions.
We will explore ground breaking fundamentals in neurochemistry focusing as you fins the lab variants when walking through the clinical door. You will unravel the clusters of symptoms as you reveal the underlying clinical triggers to optimal mental health be it adrenals, endocrine system, gut or genetic aberrations.
We will explore the relationship between stress, anxiety and depression with other organs systems in the context of an integrative medicine model with finite assessments and natural treatment options.
Vanita will introduce her newly published book, Alchemy of the mind and share tips and tricks to manage the mind naturally with:
• Mind body medicine techniques
• Investigating the clinical triggers
• Understanding the lab variants
• Tailoring best mental health outcomes naturally