Stress: The Silent Killer
Milton F. Bastidas, DC
STRESS: THE SILENT KILLER
Stress affects our physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral health. And let's face it, "Stress" is everywhere. If we are not experiencing it in the moment, we are talking about. Take a look at your Facebook feed or your favorite blogs and you will find numerous suggestions on how to deal with stress. According to WebMD, 75%-90% of all doctor's office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
In November, Dr. Milton Bastidas helped us recognize what stress is (the good and the bad) and how the effects of stress can be measured with non-invasive technology using HRV (Heart Rate Variability). The Medical Director of True Lifelong Wellness Center explained the dynamic role cortisol plays and, best of all, how we can turn off the stress response and stress hormones and turn on the healing hormones and repair mechanism.
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About the Speaker
Milton F. Bastidas, DC, was born in Colombia and is a graduate of Texas Chiropractic College with additional certification from Functional Medicine University. He is Founder of True Lifelong Wellness Center and has been in practice since 1998 for the treatment of skeletal conditions, sports injuries, and systemic disorders. Dr. Bastidas has also recently been named "International Ambassador" for the College of Integrative Medicine (CIM). Dr. Bastidas has a passion for soccer which put him through college at Texas Lutheran University and is very sought after in the soccer community for rehabilitation and nutritional counseling. Dr. Bastidas' mission is to help his patients achieve and maintain optimal health through a holistic and integrative approach: "I strive to help my patients regain their health by educating them on how to obtain true lifelong wellness through natural means with the aid of nutrition, enzymes, and lifestyle modifications."
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