Solving the complexities of childhood development one brain at a time!
Why is this happening to my kid and what can I do about it? If you’re the parent of a developmentally delayed child, you’ve probably asked this question more than once. That’s where I come in!
I’m Dr. Laura Hanson and I specialize in identifying the “why” and telling you the “what.” Join me every Thursday for a deeper look at how our brains are wired and how to get the most out of your mind.
Are you looking to break negative patterns, overcome mood disorders, or optimize your potential? Maybe your child struggles with ADHD, OCD or other learning difficulties.
Tune in to Connect My Brain, where I explain concepts like biofeedback and neurofeedback, brainwave frequencies, and much more. Let me help you change your life by changing your mind!
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Hey Mom, I Am Overwhelmed!
There are many children that have very heightened emotional reactions, but how do we navigate this? Children don’t have a point of reference to tell us if something is wrong, so if you are concerned it’s always a good idea to get an evaluation.
The effects of chronic stress in the elderly
Chronic stress has a huge impact on every part of our bodies and it’s really important to get it under control before you reach “old age”. Once your body begins to drastically slow down, it is so much harder to make these changes.
Chronic stress in adults and how it changes our brains
How many times have you said the words, “I’m stressed.”? When you say things like this, your brain is paying attention and eventually will start to act accordingly. As adults, it’s easy for us to focus on the things we think we’re doing wrong in our lives, forgetting to celebrate our successes.
The far-reaching effects of pediatric stress
I discuss how early childhood stress and experiences can lead to issues in self regulation, endurance, auditory processing, vision, reflex integration, communication, dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, social and behavior issues, and learning outcomes.
Your body’s response to normal stress vs. chronic stress
Stress is not just a six-letter word! We throw the word around lightly, but if we actually took a good look, we would see that there are many people who are experiencing chronic stress.
Chronic stress and how it drastically impacts your reflexes, gut, nutrition, and brain
Every part of your body – your reflexes, gut, nutrition, brain – is impacted when you’re in a state of stress. If we want to really understand stress then we need to look at the whole body.
Nutrition 101: The truth about cholesterol
Unfortunately, cholesterol has gotten a bad rap over the years and many people just assume that cholesterol is something to be avoided. But did you know that your body makes 80% of its own cholesterol? Our bodies actually need cholesterol in order to function properly. Too much cholesterol or too little cholesterol can caused problems.
Nutrition 101: Emotional dysregulation, picky eaters, and a limited diet in children is a red flag for poor gut health
For children, poor gut health can lead to emotional dysregulation, brain fog, low energy, eczema, and even poor school performance. Today, I look at how what we eat affects our microbiomes and the connection between belly and brain.
Nutrition 101: Impact of the Pfizer documents with Amy Kelly, COO of Daily Clout
The potential adverse effects of the vaccine are numerous and have been largely hid from the general public. But that information is slowly becoming more available and we need to educate ourselves.
Nutrition 101: Energy and nutrition on the cellular level
Today we are focusing on the mechanical aspects of nutrition, or how the brain and body get wired up together to produce energy from the foods you eat. I look at the Energy Pathway and the Citric Acid Cycle in order to understand how your body produces energy from the foods we eat.
Nutrition 101: Why should I focus on Nutrition?
Food is probably the biggest struggle for people, especially parents with children that have struggles, and nutrition can become incredibly complicated and overwhelming.
Nutrition 101: Out of the WHO and in with the NEW with James Roguski
We discuss the concerning effects these changes can have on our governments, personal freedoms, and our own personal health decisions. We uncover the global decisions that affect our personal health care and talk about how to take action to make your voice heard.