Spectrum Of Health Podcast Episode #234

Navigating the Terrain of Brain Health with Dr. Christine Schaffner | Episode 234

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In this solo episode, I share a different perspective on brain health and explore the terrain of the brain. I discuss how we need to look beyond just neuropsychiatric conditions and mental health issues such as brain fog, and instead dive deeper to understand the root causes which could be stemming from mold or exposure to other toxicants.

Overall, the key message is that brain health is deeply connected to the entire body. By addressing underlying imbalances and stressors, we can empower the brain’s incredible capacity for repair and regeneration. There are many solutions available, from supporting lymphatic drainage to targeted detoxification protocols.

I hope this episode inspires you to take a deeper look at optimizing your brain health. Please reach out if you have any questions – I’m here to support you on your journey to healing.

Key Notes From This Episode:

  • New research shows that the brain has its own unique microbiome that plays a key role in brain health
  • Conditions like Alzheimer’s may be the brain’s response to underlying microbial imbalances or infections
  • The health of the sinuses, oral microbiome, tonsils, and lymphatic system can all impact brain function
  • Traumatic brain injuries can disrupt the brain’s terrain and lead to cognitive decline
  • There are many solutions available to optimize the terrain of the brain, from supporting lymphatic drainage to targeted detoxification protocols
  • And so much more!


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About Dr. Christine Schaffner

Dr. Christine Schaffner is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor who has helped thousands of people recover from chronic or complex illnesses. Through online summits, her Spectrum of Health podcast, the network of Immanence Health clinics, and renowned online programs, Dr. Schaffner goes beyond biological medicine, pulling from all systems of medicine and healing modalities–helping patients reclaim their wellness and reveal their brightest light.

Dr. Schaffner completed her undergraduate studies in Pre-medicine and Psychology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington.

With her diverse skill set, Dr. Schaffner seeks to improve access, outcomes, and recovery speed for patients struggling with chronic, complex, and mystery illnesses. Patients travel worldwide to reclaim their wellness using her Ecosystem & Terrain, Energy Analysis, Clear Blocks, and Optimize Flow (EECO) methodology.