Every year, 2.9% of the U.S. population is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, with nearly 83% of all cases being classified as severe. The Integrative Center for Wellness offers patients one-on-one consultations, evaluations, diagnosis, treatment and management of bipolar disorder.
Depression is the most common mood disorder in the world, and it takes a significant daily toll on our societies. Between 10 and 20% of the U.S. population experiences depression at some point. Independent of country or culture, depression is twice as common in females as it is in males.
The core symptoms of anxiety disorders are nervousness, worry and fear persistent enough to cause some level of functional impairment. Anxiety produces feelings of shame and confusion that distort perception, which can interfere with learning by lowering concentration and reducing recall.
ADHD is estimated to affect anywhere between 2 to 20% of the population, with most studies settling on a figure around 7%. The attention-deficit disorder afflicts both children and adults but is much more prevalent in males than in females, with the most conservative ratio set at 2:1. Symptoms of ADHD are usually present by the age of 3, but often not diagnosed until the structured setting of school or even adulthood.
Stuttering is a developmental disorder with a strong neurological component. In most cases, it begins to present itself in childhood, is made worse by anxiety, and occurs in males more frequently than in females.
Nutrition for Ideal Wellness & Weight Loss
The Integrative Center for Wellness offers individualized programs that help patients reach their ideal wellness and weight loss goals in a healthy, holistic manner.
Tobacco dependence is the most common preventable cause of death in the world. About half of life-long smokers die of tobacco-related health issues. Cigarette smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals; hundreds are toxic and 70 are known to cause cancer.