July 16th, 2019

Infant Suffocation (SIDS) - Your Brain Based Health Care!

One of the things more noticed in young parents is that there is a fear that their child will suffocate in their sleep and they won’t be able to get there in time. One important part of development is that your baby gets put down on their stomach, back, and both sides. With infants, the cranial vault is malleable so it is important that you don’t only lay a child on their back. To know more read here - https://connectmybrain.com/2019/02/02/infant-suffocation-sids/


Considering Gastric Sleeve Surgery?

The gastric sleeve process is proven to work by reducing the space for food in your stomach and the feeling of hunger between meals. The procedure removes a large portion of your stomach, reducing it to the size of a small banana or arm sleeve shape, to restrict the food you can consume in a meal. You will feel full after a much smaller meal than you may be accustomed. Know more here - https://westtexasbariatric.com/procedures/