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Five Important Things

  1. 1. Dr. Chase Hayden, DC, QN
  2. 2. About Dr. Chasež Owner and Doctor at The Hayden Institute: For Health, Nutrition, and Rehabilitationž Board Certified Chiropractorž Only Certified Quantum Neurologist in Houstonž Specializes in chronic conditions and hormone imbalance
  3. 3. ALL Chronic Health conditions have some common threadsThyroid Conditions Oxygen DeficitInsulin Resistance (Metabolic Syndrome) Metabolic Imbalances:FibromyalgiaMenopause/Female Hormone Imbalance 1. AnemiaVertigo 2. Protein/Fatty Acid MetabolismSciatica 3. Blood Sugar ImbalancesChronic Fatigue Syndrome 4. Hormone ImbalancesPeripheral Neuropathy Cortisol (Adrenal)Rheumatoid Arthritis ThyroidChronic Neck/Back Pain 5. Immune ImbalanceStenosis Bacterial, Viral, ParasiticInsomnia Auto-immune ActivityCrohn s DiseaseCeliac Disease Food SensitivitiesPCOS/ Infertility Nervous System ImbalancesMigraine/Chronic Headaches 1. Chemical/Metal ToxicityADD/ADHD/ Spectrum Disorders 2. Neurological WeaknessEtc.
  4. 4. Oxygen and Cellular Energy ž Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), chemical energy of the cell ž 90% of the oxygen we consume is used in the mitochondria ž Aerobic vs. Anaerobic
  5. 5. Oxygen and Cellular Energyž M. Celeste Simon, University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine, states, "Understanding how oxygen levels are sensed and adapted to is fundamentally important to dealing with pretty much all of the major diseases that we encounter atherosclerosis, autoimmune disease, stroke, and cancer."ž "The role of mitochondria in the cell is grossly underestimated, as is their role in human disease."
  6. 6. Oxygen and Cellular Energyž Glucose: ž Fatty Acids: — Aerobic (Possible) = — Aerobic = 106-148 38 ATP (Depending on — Aerobic (Actual) = number of carbons in 29-30 ATP the fatty acid) — Anaerobic = 2 ATP — Anaerobic = 0 (Cannot but fats without oxygen!)
  7. 7. Exercise Aerobicallyž MAF Method developed by Dr. Phil Maffetonež 180 Your Age = High End of Target HR — If you do no working out subtract another 10 beats — If you workout 1-2 times a week subtr act 5 beats — If you workout 3-4 times a week leave the number as it is. — If you workout 5 or more times as week and have done so for a year or more, then add an additional 5 beats to that number.ž Weight Training = Anaerobic Activity
  8. 8. Metabolic Imbalancesž Identified through laboratory analysis — Blood Tests — Saliva Tests — Stool Samples — Urine Analysis — Other Diagnostic Procedures
  9. 9. This is why your lab tests are normal but you still feel sick:Abnormal Low Functional Lab Abnormal High Values Ranges ValuesIn these areasyou will find labfindings that aDoctor will sayare normalbut they arenot!
  10. 10. Were all your tests normal? Test Laboratory Functional Test Result Ranges Ranges & Interpretation Glucose 65-110 85-100 73 - Hypoglycemia TSH 0.3-5.7 1.8-3.0 4.2 - HypothyroidCholesterol <200 150-200 148 Hormone Stress Calcium 8.7-10.2 9.5-10.1 9.3 Low Vitamin D WBC 4.0-10.5 5.0-6.0 9.8 - Acute InfectionEosinophils 0.0-7.0 <3 6 - ParasitesHemogloblin 12-16 13-15 13 - Anemia
  11. 11. Metabolic Imbalancež Basic Blood Tests Screen for: — Anemia (lack of oxygen in the blood) — Protein/Fatty Acid Metabolism (ATP problem) — Blood Sugar Imbalance (ATP/Hormone stress) — Hormone Imbalance (Communication problem) — Infection Patterns (Bacteria, viral, parasite, etc)ž Basic blood tests determine the need for additional testing, and support
  12. 12. Food Sensitivities (Intolerance)ž Allergy An immune system (IgE) reaction that occurs soon after eating a certain food.ž Sensitivity (Intolerance) - A negative reaction, often delayed, that produces symptoms in one or more body organs and systems, but it is not a true immune (IgE) response.
  13. 13. Food Sensitivities (Intolerance)ž Symptoms: ž Symptoms: — Skin Rashes — Cough — Hives — Mouth ulcers, — Swelling — Abdominal Cramping — Dermatitis — Nausea — Eczema — Acid Reflux/Gas/Etc — Nasal Congestion — Diarrhea / — Sinusitis Constipation — Asthma — Fatigue — Headaches — Anaphylaxis
  14. 14. Most Common Food Intolerancesž Gluten (Wheat, Barley, Rye) A, B, AB, Ož Caesin (Dairy Not Eggs) A, B, AB, Ož Corn A, B, AB, Ož Soy A, B, AB, Ož Tomato A, B, ABž Peanut B, Ož Chicken B, ABž Red Meat A, ABž Chocolate (With Milk) A, B, AB, O
  15. 15. Nervous System Imbalancež Fuel + Activation = Wellnessž The brain represents only 2% of the human body weight; it receives 15% of the cardiac output, 20% of total body oxygen consumption, and 25% of total body glucose utilization.ž Every cell in your body receives neurological influences.
  16. 16. Nervous System Imbalance Cerebellum Brain Stem
  17. 17. As long as thecerebellum is Normal Brain Functionreceiving theproper amount ofnerve input therewill be sufficientnerve input to thefrontal lobes ofthe brain Mid-Brain The brain lobes will be able to send Lower Brain sufficient nerve input Stem to the lower brain stem which will keep the mesencephalon from over-firing
  18. 18. If one side of thecerebellum is not Abnormal Brain Functionreceiving theproper amount ofnerve input itcannot send theproper amount of LEFT BRAINnerve input to thefrontal lobe of thebrain RIGHT CEREBELLUM the frontal Mid-Brain lobes then cannot send the proper amount of PONS Lower Brain ________ nerve input to Stem the lower MEDULLA brainstem which will not be able to keep the mesencephalon from over-firing
  19. 19. Nervous System Imbalancež Quantum Neurology — Neurological Rehabilitation of the brain and nerves — Incorporates traditional neurologic evaluation — Includes unique neurologic assessment — Rehabilitation includes: Low Level Light Therapy (cold laser) Therapeutic Exercise Joint Mobilization Motor, Sensory, and Visceral Rehabilitation
  20. 20. Personal Responsibilityž What are you doing about your own health?ž Pharmaceutical Research 2008: Cancer is a Preventable Disease that Requires Major Lifestyle Changesž Only 5 10% of all cancer cases can be attributed to genetic defects, whereas the remaining 90 95% have their roots in the environment and lifestyle.ž The evidence indicates that of all cancer-related deaths, almost 25 30% are due to tobacco, as many as 30 35% are linked to diet, about 15 20% are due to infections, and the remaining percentage are due to other factors like radiation, stress, physical activity, environmental pollutants etc.
  21. 21. Personal Responsibilityž Insurance is great for emergency and crisis care.ž Insurance does not cover health or wellness care.ž Insurance companies tell the doctors what they can and cannot do.
  22. 22. 1.) Use Oxygen more efficiently by exercising differently2.) Assess and support me tabolic imbalances You don t know if you don t test3.) Avoid food sensitivities which contribute to the symptoms you experience4.) Rehabilitate the neurological communica tion pathways5.) Take personal responsibility for your health, do not let others dictate your care.
  23. 23. Contact InformationDr. Chase Hayden11455 Fallbrook Dr. #301AHouston, TX 77065(832) 704-9554www.HaydenInstitute.com(Links to Facebook, Twitter, BlogTalkRadio and more at our webpage)
  24. 24. Special Offer$150 New Patient visit for attending this presentation$50 New Patient visit if you schedule your appointment today with Stephanie

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