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Healing via Heart, Mind, Body and Spirit
Judy Tsafrir M.D.
Low Dose Naltrexone has been a game changer for many patients with auto-immune disorders and may be of benefit in the treatment of psychiatric conditions.
Mast cell activation syndrome can mimic psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, insomnia and brain fog.
Intractable chronic mysterious illnesses can cause despair when your medical providers, family, and friends think the disease is all in your head.
Could your depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, chronic pain, breathing problems, digestive and dermatological problems be the result of an environmentally acquired toxicity?
The MTHFR mutation does not mean that you need to take methyl folate. This common approach can contribute to worsening psychiatric symptoms as well as increase the risk of cancer.
Could copper overload be the cause of your depression, anxiety, ADHD, and poor immune function? Copper toxicity is a treatable condition, but you must identify it first.
Could your depression, anxiety, brain fog and insomnia be due to toxic mold? This is a very treatable condition, but first you must recognize that mold toxicity is the cause.
Judy Tsafrir, M.D., is holistic adult and child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst with a private practice in the Boston area devoted to healing through the integration of heart, mind, body and spirit.