Autism and Vaccinations

[fa icon="calendar'] 4/28/17 6:51 AM / by Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson posted in Mental Health

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In the seventies, in the USA, the statistics for autism in the USA were about one in 2,500. Today’s US research shows one in every 30 boys born will be autistic (slightly less for girls) if they had been vaccinated for measles, etc. as babies.

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Finding the Truth in the Blueprint of Life (Part 3)

[fa icon="calendar'] 3/19/17 8:35 PM / by Mark Mathews, MA, LADC posted in Mental Health

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Welcome to part 3, but, first a quick recap.

Part 1 
Lays the foundation for understanding vaccinations as the first step for inducing an aggressive immune response that burns out the brain, and triggers other autoimmune effects that bring us to … Part Two.

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Finding the Truth in the Blueprint of Life

[fa icon="calendar'] 2/12/17 8:25 PM / by Mark Mathews, MA, LADC posted in Mental Health

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It may seem incredulous that someone working in the alcohol/drug treatment business could make sense out of a complex behemoth like the healthcare industry, yet this is precisely the case. Many groups I present explore seemingly unrelated subjects that fit together like a puzzle. Once assembled, the puzzle reveals a truth about healthcare I’d like to impart in a series of papers I call …

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Winter, Hibernation, and the Pursuit of Wellbeing

[fa icon="calendar'] 1/9/17 7:10 PM / by Mark Mathews, MA, LADC posted in Treatment, Mental Health

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Okay, the parties are over. Goodbye Christmas, goodbye New Years and welcome January, my least favorite month, a common assessment among people who make Minnesota their home.

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A Closer Look at a High Histamine (Histadelic) Biochemistry

[fa icon="calendar'] 1/1/17 10:49 PM / by Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson posted in Mental Health

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High Histamine (Histadelia): A Formula for Success or Tragedy

High histamine traits run in families, and can well account for successful “dynasties”, as such families are endowed with the kind of energy and drive that most of us only dream about. They are aggressive, productive, Type A people who drive themselves obsessively toward attaining success. The large histamine pools they possess, cause their brain neurotransmitters to over fuel and fire excessively.

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A Closer Look at a Low Histamine (Histapenia) Biochemistry

[fa icon="calendar'] 12/26/16 10:17 AM / by Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson posted in Mental Health

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Description of a Low Histamine (Histapenic) Child

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The Ups and Downs of Abnormal Brain Histamine

[fa icon="calendar'] 12/12/16 10:20 PM / by Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson posted in Mental Health

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When Your Roller Coaster Won’t Slow Down and You Know You Can’t Trust Anyone Anymore

Of the many biochemical imbalances seen at Health Recovery Center, abnormally high histamine levels (histadelia) is certainly one of the more frustrating. Typically histadelic clients sweep into my office in high arousal about life in general, showing compulsive/ obsessive tendencies, and expecting an instant fix.

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Understanding Depression 101

[fa icon="calendar'] 11/16/16 9:57 PM / by Dr. Joan Mathews-Larson posted in Mental Health

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Past generations believed the biochemistry and our emotions were separate. Today we see all of our human emotions have a biochemical basis. Body and mind are totally intertwined.

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Treating Depression Without Medication

[fa icon="calendar'] 8/10/16 2:18 PM / by Mark Mathews, MA, LADC posted in Mental Health

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Depression is a pervasive problem in the modern world, and there are vast reasons for it. Certainly, situational experiences may bring on depression: the loss of a loved one, or a job, or any one of a thousand little let-downs life hands you. But that’s life, you get over it, and the good times roll again.

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Drugs, Alcohol and Violence

[fa icon="calendar'] 7/26/16 12:09 PM / by Mark Mathews, MA, LADC posted in Addiction, Mental Health

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Understanding why people turn to alcohol and drugs provides insight into the phenomenon of escalating violence we are seeing today. We are, first and foremost, chemical beings. Our biochemistry is a temple of substances that guide life and orchestrate our behavior. It is time to acknowledge that the violence expressed by our increasingly polluted population is the product of chemically altered brains.

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