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Heart Disease is the leading cause of death is the United States. The most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease (CAD), which affects the small vessels that supply blood to the heart itself, and is the major cause of heart attacks. There may be problems associated with other systems of the heart, including arrhythmias (which affect the electrical conduction system and cause the heart to beat irregularly), heart valve disease, cardiomegaly (increase in heart size that affects its ability to pump blood), and heart failure. While heart disease can be deadly, it is also preventable in most cases. For patients with a heart condition, adopting healthy habits can go a long way in preventing its progression.
Diabetes is a condition in which the body is unable to correctly utilize sugar. Nearly 10 million Americans live with it, although 1 in 4 are unaware of their condition. Despite the lack of a cure, physicians at Born Clinic help patients manage the condition by utilizing traditional medical treatments supplemented by dietary controls and chelation.
Pain is part of the body’s defense system against injury—it brings our attention to the need to protect ourselves. Chronic pain occurs when this system is working incorrectly, either by sending pain signals in the absence of damage or threat, or by exaggerating the signals it sends in the presence of an enduring or old injury. Pain takes many forms, including headaches or migraines, lower back, cancer, or arthritis pain, neurogenic pain (which results from nerve damage), or psychogenic pain (pain occurring without any visible sign of damage or past injury).
An immune response to allergens like food, inhalants, insects/animals, medications, and synthetics. Common symptoms come and go but include obesity, headaches, joint pain, skin rashes, sinus problems, depression, and fatigue. Treatment for chronic allergies usually begins with food sensitivity testing followed by the elimination of reactive foods for 60-90 days.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a debilitating disorder that is characterized by extreme fatigue that does not go away with rest. CFS impacts multiple systems of the body, making daily activities difficult and decreasing the quality of life of those affected.
As bodies age, many medical conditions become more common and/or more serious. Advanced aging affects bone, joint, muscle, and dental health, the cardiovascular and digestive systems, memory, eyesight, and hearing, as well as hormone levels and sexual function.
In the case of an autoimmune disease, the immune system does not distinguish between healthy tissue and antigens, causing the body to set off a reaction that attacks and destroys healthy body tissue by mistake.