Optimizing Your Brain

By Dr. Nadia Noori The brain is our most powerful and important organ, guiding every aspect of our lives. And when it’s not functioning optimally, we feel it. From day-to-day fogginess, the inability to focus, and learning troubles, to chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and...
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6 Ways to Practice Self-love for a Healthier Life

By Dr. Nadia Noori “Self-love means finding peace within ourselves — resting comfortably within the depths of our being.” — John Amodeo Self-love is critical for a truly healthy lifestyle. Studies have found that people who treat themselves compassionately have better health...
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Recall A Time Feeling Better Than You Do Now?

 Loss of optimal functioning may be experienced as a result of a variety of reasons. Hereditary conditions, head traumas, stroke, and of course, chronic stress, all give rise to a subset of symptoms such as brain fog, fatigue, depression, hyperactivity, lack of motivation, and...
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Get Back In The Game: Overcoming Sports Injuries

  By Dr. Nadia Noori There is nothing like making the most of sunshine by meeting friends to plan a day of sports activities. Why not exercise some powerful forehands and even more impressive backhands or run around and strive for a smooth nutmeg on the soccer field? Some degree...
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What Is Your Skin Really Saying?

By Dr. Nadia Noori It was estimated that in 2016, 1.35 million Americans had spent more than $500 in a span of 3 months on skin care products. Whoa! A lot of money, sure, but we all strive for radiant and flawless skin, right? Be it acne, enlarged pores or wrinkles, most of us...
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Approaching Fibromyalgia

By Dr. Nadia Noori Oh the Frustration! It isn’t uncommon to find that the most frustrating aspect for those who suffer of Fibromyalgia (FMS) is not always the clinical manifestations itself, but the unknowingness of the actual cause. The complex myriad of symptoms ranges from,...
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Brain Injury Tool Kit

Despite the presence of 8 cranial bones that serve to aid in the protection of the most stress-vulnerable organ in the body, the brain is no stranger to injury. Be it a mild bump on the head or a blunt trauma with or without loss of consciousness, one thing is for certain:...
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Oh, the Holidays…

By: Dr. Nadia Noori December, a month of jingle bells, gifts, and holiday parties, but also a time where stress and anxiety, too, linger in between glasses of eggnog and good cheer. As the New Year approaches, we find ourselves reminded of previous resolutions, ruminating over...
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