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Get Your Head Right: Handling Anxiety & Depression Seminar 
Attend Our Live Workshop With Nadine Miles, PA-C
What You Will Learn By Attending This FREE Seminar:
 Living with anxiety and depression 
How anxiety and depression effects overall health 
lifestyle changes to live free again
Experiencing occasional moments of anxiety and depression is a normal part of life. But for one in five Americans, anxiety and or depression is persistent, overwhelming, and seemingly uncontrollable. Understanding the root cause of these disorders will help guide you through the process of making lifestyle changes that will help to alleviate the symptoms.

                    Join Nadine Miles, PA-C for a discussion on understanding anxiety and depression, how the gut-brain connection plays a major role in these conditions and learn what you can do to counteract these issues.

Living with anxiety and depression 

 -There are a 40 million U.S. adults suffering from anxiety, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Yet since there still tends to be a stigma associated with the condition, despite the huge number of people with anxiety, it can be harrowing to admit that you’re a sufferer.

-Anxiety is a mental health disorder, it’s not just something that just affects your mind. Anxious feelings can manifest physically. After all a healthy mind is a healthy body. 

-Many people who suffer from anxiety are also likely to suffer from depression.  That means that people currently living with anxiety may also have undiagnosed depression as well.

How anxiety and depression effect overall health 

-Anxiety and depression may affect a person's mobility and independence. Both chronic illnesses can change the way a person sees her or himself as well as the way the person relates to the outside world.

-Other effects may include you feeling  tired all the time or have trouble sleeping at night. 

-Depression can cause headaches, chronic body aches, and pain that may not respond to medication.

A healthy life doesn’t live itself. Be proactive about your health. This can be your first step.

ABOUT Nadine Miles, PA-C

Nadine completed her Bachelor of Science at Rutgers University in Exercise Physiology and practiced as a personal trainer, certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association before she went on to complete her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Ms. Miles is board certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and has 7 years of experience practicing Emergency Medicine.

Ms. Miles has been a long-time believer that overall health and wellness is derived through a combination of physiological and spiritual awareness, removing and avoiding toxins, and, above all, a healthy, whole-food diet. She is passionate about the patient-provider relationship and recognizes the importance of the patient’s input when attempting to optimize health.

Ms. Miles offers comprehensive patient assessments to help you understand the underlying imbalances that may be contributing to your illness. She works with her patients to create an individualized plan that supports healing through dietary, and nutritional techniques and utilizes various testing modalities that will help determine the root cause of dysfunction.

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