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Childhood Anxiety and the Inflamed Brain

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Check out Dr Nat and Leigh on the 'A Quirky Journey' podcast and learn about anxiety, the brain and gut health.

Seeing your child suffer from anxiety is one of the most challenging, heartbreaking experiences a parent can have. If you have tried treatment without success, it is time to chat with Dr Nat about your child’s brain.

Dr. Natalie Challis is a neuro-psychotherapist and brain mapping expert who specialises in treating children with anxiety and other health concerns.

Together with neuro-nutritionist Leigh Shinde, they have successfully treated anxiety in so many children. They use cutting edge science with regard to brain and gut inflammation through brain imaging and biochemical testing.

Now, you can hear these two experts on popular podcast A Quirky Journey with Jo Whitton and Fouad Kassab. In episode 138, Childhood Anxiety and the Inflamed Brain, join Nat and Leigh for a chat as they delve more into the connections between a child’s brain, gut health, inflammation and anxiety.

Listen to the podcast here!

This podcast is a must-listen for any parent who has a child suffering from anxiety. You will hear how brain reactions are measured, how the brain and gut can cause a myriad of problems, and how children are treated for their anxiety.

If you are a parent who has tried other treatments without success, Nat and Leigh’s 10-week, online program is your next step.

The program starts in late March 2020. Book now and save $300!

‘Love Your Anxious Child’ is ideal for parents who can’t get to a clinic for treatment. The program is designed to give parents evidence-based knowledge and actionable steps to support and treat their anxious child.

Above all else, you will learn that your parenting is NOT the cause of your child’s anxiety!

Nat says “What drives me? Mothers. I want to be an advocate for mothers experiencing the same distress and frustration I felt.”

“We want to make a real change, to the disheartening rise in children who suffer from anxiety, and to despairing mothers everywhere.”

“When a child presents with symptoms of anxiety, we need to look at what’s happening in the brain, the body and the gut.

“Anxiety is a symptom of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is on the rise because of our lifestyle. We eat an excess of processed food, were less active, and were exposed to more toxins than ever before. This means we need a whole body approach to supporting your anxious child In the medical world, so much emphasis is placed on psychology, rather than looking at whats going on biologically.

”We can achieve real results when we reduce inflammation in the gut, body and brain. Children become calmer and happier because their whole body is balanced.”

The next Love Your Anxious Child Program starts in March 2020! Book now and get the early bird price of $697 and save $300!

For the next two weeks only, get a free phone consult with Dr Nat. Please email info@loveyourbeautifulbrain.com to book.

To learn more and to book your place, check out the website.

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