HEALING OCD THE ECO-INTELLIGENT WAY!
"Healing is not the same as "curing", it's something infinitely better!"
This Ed. Tool Includes: My 4 P Pt. Book "Healing OCD the Eco-Intelligent Way"
(in PDF format) + 4 Pt. Audio Book format (Mom & Son Talk) + 3 Educational Infographics (OCD Awareness, Triggers, and Drugless Remdies).
"Did you know that OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) affects millions of people worldwide? Are you aware that far more people are affected by this condition than what is reported, and that there are many different types of OCD? Whether a person is 'paralyzed' by this condition, or they are simply 'affected' by it to one degree or another, OCD can be a challenging to overcome if one does not have a good idea about what might be causing it. -Candia Lea Cole
Is it Really Possible to "Heal" the Symptoms of OCD?
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition (recognized as a sub-set of Autism) that affects people of all ages and walks of life, and occurs when a person gets caught in a cycle of obsessions and compulsions. Prescription drugs and cognitive behavioral therapy are the most common treatment choice of doctors who specialize in the treatment of OCD. But what if OCD could be improved, and even healed, through healthy lifestyle changes, whole foods nutrition, vitamins, minerals, and traditional Earth-sourced herbal medicines?
OCD Calls for Understanding, Not Stigmatization
In my book, my son and I talk about his experience with OCD, which I believe was caused by his exposure to a prenatal medical treatment and a later infection that he suffered as a young boy. Together, we explore the importance of using whole foods nutrition and nutritional supplements to tame the brain and gut inflammation that is often present with this condition. Nutritious foods and supplements, you'll discover, can help to regulate brain neurotransmitters, correct hormone imbalances, and also correct blood sugar imbalances that can exacerbate the condition.
"Working to 'heal' a condition such as OCD, is ultimately much more rewarding than chasing a 'cure' for it (in the form of a drug), because healing involves understanding the underlying causes of your condition, and using your understanding create a healthier, more eco-intelligent experience of life. Addressing trauma and exploring your needs as a whole person, is part of the journey." --Candia Lea Cole