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ADHD and Rosacea
August 5, 2011
2:41 am
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Rosacea is a
skin condition that can sometimes be difficult to diagnose. Visitors to Rosacea blog regularly write in asking for
help and advice about different aspects of their Rosacea.

 

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January 31, 2011
4:53 pm
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With regard to specific health conditions, we cannot give medical advice.  We recommend that you consult with an integrative physician, who can help determine underlying causes of the conditions you are dealing with.

The gut brain connection is currently being studied, in which research is showing that digestive health plays a role in the health of the brain.  There are many factors involved.  Diet is a main factor. Food sensitivities, espcially to gluten and diary proteins, can be a contributing factor.  A healthy, balanced digestive system is the foundation upon which the health of the rest of the body is built.  Supporting healthy digestion by balancing the gut with probiotics is one of the first steps.  Skin conditions can also be affected by gut health. 

For more information on the gut connection to conditions around the body, check out Brenda Watson's PBS special The Road to Perfect Health, airing in February and March. 

January 30, 2011
3:11 pm
Teresa
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My son who is 16 was diagnosed with ADHD.  He has problems focusing on school work and things that bore him, mainly.  I am wondering if there are specific probiotics that can help ADHD symptoms.  His father and I are reluctant to give him any ADHD meds…feeling they are toxic and can lead to other imbalances.

I have a skin issue: Rosacea.  Can probiotics help clear that?

 

Thanks!

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