Doctor offices should be in the business of caring

Doctor offices should be in the business of caring

An excerpt from Dr. Paul Corona’s upcoming book, Healing the Mind and Body: The Doctor and Patient Guide All aspects of the office are important, but the front doctor office is the key to ensure good customer service. It all starts at the front. The most important roles for the front office staff is greeting the patients in a warm fashion, answering the phones in a prompt and friendly manner, checking them out and making follow-up plans...

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Chronic Skin Symptoms Are Often Your First Alert

Chronic Skin Symptoms Are Often Your First Alert

By now, you’ve probably figured out on your own that the skin that wraps our bodies is serviced by the nervous system. Therefore, chemical imbalances related to mood disorders can cause reactions in the skin. Some chronic skin symptoms are itchy (such as eczema),  annoying (like acne), dangerous, or extremely painful. Many people are very much aware of the fact that when they have been under a great deal of stress or have been plagued by...

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Norepinephrine Imbalance

Norepinephrine Imbalance

The second neurochemical I will discuss is norepinephrine. If you haven’t read the last two blogs, I would advise reading those before this one: About Serotonin Neurochemical Imbalances Norepinephrine is an important chemical to recognize when it is imbalanced. There are certain symptoms and history that suggest the need to balance it. If there are somatic symptoms such as headaches, neck and back pain, jaw pain, joint pains,...

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Symptoms of Serotonin Imbalance

Symptoms of Serotonin Imbalance

In my last blog I explained how and why neurochemical imbalances happen, so read that first if you haven’t yet. Over the next several blogs I will discuss each neurochemical separately, and the typical symptoms that occur when each becomes imbalanced. I will also discuss the medications available that are designed to balance each one. The first I will discuss is Serotonin imbalance. This is the most basic one and the one that gets the...

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Neurochemical Imbalances

Neurochemical Imbalances

Let’s go back to basics to review what happens in the body when neurochemical imbalances occur. The nervous system is the fundamental control center of the body, like the “computer” of the body. Its center is the brain, which continues with the spinal cord, and then nerves branch off from there to all parts and pieces of the body. The nervous system is where emotions occur as well as all the physical sensations of the body....

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