PTSD Increases Stroke Risk in Young People By: Danny Park, MD

PTSD Increases Stroke Risk in Young People by Danny Park, MD

Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD is unfortunately a very common mental health disorder. People can develop flashbacks, insomnia, anxiety, etc after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event. If these feelings last more than a few months, you may have post-traumatic stress disorder1 and it may be time to seek help.

RevIVe Health Chicago Benefits of Marijuana

RevIVe Health Chicago Benefits of Marijuana

Cannabis has such underreported benefits due to the stigma that unfortunately it was given back during the anti-drug campaign of the 1980’s. Due to the politicizing nature, health professionals were discouraged against studying the benefits and indications for certain medications, such as Cannabis.

Post Concussion Syndrome, PTSD, and Neuro Inflammation: Is there a Link?

Post Concussion Syndrome, PTSD, and Neuro Inflammation Is there a Link

Injuries to the head are very common, unfortunately.  From athletes of all ages, work place accidents, fender benders, and head butts from grandchildren while rough housing, I have seen all sorts of head injuries that resulted in a stereotypical constellation of symptoms in my neurology practice.