Do I Have ADHD, Anxiety, or Depression?
If you are struggling with the symptoms of depression, there is hope. Literally millions of people around the world have similar troubles, so you are not alone! And not only that, but there is real, practical help right here on this page. Please continue to read and see what can actually be done to help you blast right through these challenges and into your best life.
Why Do I Feel Anxious, Unfocused, Depressed, and Have No Motivation?
Are you starting your day stressed and rushed to get what you need to get done? Do you get your kids up and grab a cup of coffee on the run, or do you drive through a fast food place so your family can eat something before heading off in all directions? If so, at the end of the day you are probably tired, the kids are fighting, and everyone is generally stressed out.
Even though doctors everywhere are starting to attribute stress as the root cause of most illnesses and many other health problems, sometimes it goes farther than physical symptoms. Often the buildup of stress and emotional problems can result in (or from) chemical imbalances in the brain, causing real problems beyond the physical that need to be addressed as soon as possible.
•Anxiety – If you feel stressed, have panic attacks, feelings of impending doom, an unending worry cycle, visualization of bad things happening, intrusive thoughts, perfectionism, fears and phobias, trouble sleeping or relaxing, and more, you are not alone.
•Depression – suicidal thoughts, low energy, sleeplessness or sleeping too much, sadness or blues, irritability, changes in appetite and weight, agitation, slowed movements and speech, fatigue, sense of worthlessness, guilt, ADHD type symptoms, you may be depressed. There is hope and help.
•Irritability – This can be a sign that your brain chemistry is out of whack. Some simple diet changes and regular spinal adjustments can have you feeling better.
•ADHD -The most common symptoms are inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity. ADHD is treatable and manageable, and it is difficult to diagnose. We have experts in ADHD and other brain disorders, and would love help you overcome the struggles associated with ADHD.
Your body is dependent on what you eat to repair its cells, tissue and DNA. If you are waking up every morning feeling tired, hurting and anxious not wanting to start your day there is a solution. Call a health professional today and find out why you are not feeling your best.
Don’t assume that if it’s “only mental” that it will go away and be inconsequential. Your brain is a very powerful organ, and controls literally everything about you, and should be cared for just like any other organ in your body.
Find out how eating organically and keeping the nerve flow to your organs and brain opened you can support your motivation centers in your brain. You can set up a healthy organic clean eating plan that will help heal your body, your brain chemistry, and your emotions.
If you feel that you are struggling with ADHD and it’s associated brain chemistry disorders, contact us today. There is hope and healing for you.