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APEX Brain Centers
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Helping people everywhere Build Better Brains, and Live Better Lives
Helping people everywhere Build Better Brains, and Live Better Lives

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The need to 'feed your brain' is just as important, if not more important, than the brain rehabilitation process itself. Metabolic and nutritional therapies are a cornerstone of our programs here at APEX Brain Centers. Call 828.708.5274 to learn more. http://ow.ly/MQP630kcoBO
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In case you missed it: Brain-Based Addiction Recovery talk from last night at APEX Brain Centers. Addictive and compulsive disorders are brain problems, and should be treated as such. Please share with providers and families alike. http://ow.ly/ovzI30jseIK
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Listen in to episode #339 of the Train Your Brain Podcast where I interview Cory Muscara, founder of the Long Island Center for Mindfulness, on The Transformative Power of Mindfulness. http://ow.ly/j2lp30i9uev #addiction #anxiety #braintraining #Avl #NC #Asheville #meditation #mindfulness #success #apexbraincenters #TBI #concussion #dementia
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We are truly grateful for the opportunity to have a positive impact on the lives of the youth in our community and beyond through mentoring at APEX. Way to go, Taylor! #Asheville #NC #BrainTraining #Success #Leadership #FunctionalNeurology #ChiropracticNeurology
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Success Story - Upon a recent follow-up evaluation, a young male writer from #NYC reported to us that he had watched a YouTube video for the first time in 2.5 years without feeling 'wasted' for several days as he normally would since his head injury. It is not uncommon for those with #concussion and #TBI to experience persistent eye movement and visual integration challenges; sometimes years after the initial injury. Inability to read, use computers, socialize, drive, and more are typical complaints from those affected. As a published author, the ability to use a computer once again has allowed him to begin the process of rebuilding his career and continue doing what he loves. In most cases, eye movement dysfunction, if properly assessed, can be rehabilitated for positive outcomes such as this. Call us at 828.708.5274 to learn more. #Asheville #NC #Avl #BrainTraining #FunctionalNeurology #ChiropracticNeurology #ApexBrainCenters #TBItherapy
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"In nature, rewards usually come only with time and effort. Addictive drugs and behaviors provide a shortcut, flooding the brain with dopamine and other neurotransmitters. Our brains do not have an easy way to withstand the onslaught..." This applies to any substance or activity that the brain deems pleasurable at first, which can often lead to loss of control over its use in a short period of time (e.g. the reason we are compelled to check our handheld devices 50-150 times per day!) http://ow.ly/Ye2c30hw9eD
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