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Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour 

To be honest, most people would admit to having a habit they find difficult to break, or a ritual they go through when performing a certain task. However, these cannot and should not be placed in the category of obsessive compulsive behaviour. Neither should a passion for something verging on obsession or a compulsive drive be mistakenly regarded as an obsessive compulsive disorder.
This disorder is more serious than that, threatening to become destructive to the emotional or physical wellbeing of either the sufferer or someone they are connected to.

As is the case for all emotional/psychological conditions, obsessive compulsive behaviour is the result of neurotransmitter imbalance. 
All emotions are converted into chemicals in the brain, neurotransmitters - acetylcholine, noradrenalin, serotonin, dopamine, histamine etc, to name a few of the major ones - which travel along nerves and eventually reach all organs, glands and cells resulting in the expression of signs and symptoms.

Neurotransmitter balance may be affected by food allergy/intolerance, pathogenic organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungus/Candida and parasites), toxins such as metals (aluminium, lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium etc), chemicals (pesticides, herbicides, food additives and preservatives etc), radiation (mobiles and phone masts, DECT phones, background radiation, air travel etc) and medicinal drugs (paradoxically, drugs for depression and anxiety are thought to be the most likely causes of the disorder!). Medicinals for heart disease, blood pressure, ulcers, infections, arthritis, convulsions, Parkinson's disease and many others also have he potential to result in obsessive compulsive disorder
 
Treatment involves removal of the possible causes and ensuring an adequate supply of the major factors in healing and regeneration such as amino acids, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids of omega 3 and 6, the friendly bacteria, probiotics and soluble and insoluble fibre from whole grains, fruit and vegetables.
Last but certainly not least in the treatment of obsessive compulsive behaviour is to ensure a plentiful intake of water to avoid dehydration, as well as sunlight where possible and regular exercise. Sugar and caffeine are perhaps the two most deleterious factors in any condition which affects the mood and emotions as well as recreational drugs and must be avoided at all times.

        
An Integral Health DNA Hair Test not only can identify the epigenetic factors which possibly give rise to cause/causes of an imbalance in the body and the potential for signs and symptoms of disease; it is also able to highlight the nutrient and lifestyle recommendations specific for each unique individual, helping to ensure they are able to achieve optimum health - naturally.

Click here to download your Integral Health Hair Test form and attach three to four strands of your hair from anywhere on the body.  We must have the root on at least one of the hairs, that is the white or black bulb on the end of the hair.   Simply Cellotape the hairs in the space provided on the Integral Health Hair Test form and send it to us at: Integral Health, Suite 215, 14 Chertsey Road, Woking, GU21 5AH along with payment of £130 (retest £95) made out to 'Integral Health' or click Hair Test Payment for other methods of payment.  

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