Rate Your Brain & Nervous System


Any symptom in the list below is important because it means that there is an environment in your body that now can open the door to disease.

Most people in America assume because they feel good and don’t have any major symptoms that they are healthy.  Few things can be further from the truth.  How do you know you don’t have cancer or aren’t about ready to drop dead from a heart attack?  The answer is NOT “I just had a checkup and the doctor said I am in great shape” because tests cannot pick up disease until it reaches a certain stage of development. For example a thyroid gland has to be over 40% out of function before it can be picked up on blood tests.  How many people just had a normal EKG and dropped dead of a heart attack that very day?  How many people look like the picture of health exercising daily, going to the health club and are dead in one year from metastasized cancer?  Even top medical sources state that 80% of disease can already be present before your first symptoms begin. So what is the answer?  Become proactive with your health and your life, because your total health of body, mind and spirit is your life so you must guard them carefully. If you have any of these symptoms it is not too late to prevent disease from manifesting. This is what we do at Total Health Institute. We treat the cause and not the effect (the symptom, condition or disease).

Proactive vs. Reactive

A proactive person chooses to make changes in his life because he knows in his heart that he is supposed to.  A reactive person makes changes in his life only if he has to.

A proactive person cherishes the gift of health and guards it with the proper action steps that God has put in his heart.  A proactive person thinks about his family, how he can impart to them the highest quality of life, and meets any challenge (health or otherwise) with the intent to overcome and grow better from the experience.  A reactive person is quite the opposite.  He thinks he is healthy and doesn’t have to do anything for his health unless his symptoms or conditions start to interfere with his lifestyle (‘if it isn’t broke don’t fix it’ mentality).  When health challenges come his way he sees them as work and questions “why did this happen to me?”  Fear and doubt make their home in his mind.

Is it easier to catch a ball when you first drop it and it is six inches from your hand or to wait until it six inches from the floor?  The choice is up to you, to choose health or eventual disease, to choose life or death, but remember, no choice is to choose eventual disease.

Cause – Effect 

Mow the dandelions and they look good but what have you really done?  Spread more dandelion seed all over your lawn.  To get rid of the dandelion you must pull it out by the root.  The root is the cause the flower is the effect.  What is the cause of cancer and all other diseases?  Spiritual, mental, emotional blockages and toxins, poor diet and lifestyle.  You cannot cut any of these out with a knife. The effect is the symptoms, conditions and diseases but the cause is imbalance in the Five Systems:

  1. 1.   Nervous System
  2. 2.   Immune System
  3. 3.   Hormonal System
  4. 4.   Digestive System
  5. 5.   Elimination/Detoxification System

Once you find (with the testing) remove the blockage(with treatment or products or both) in these five systems and balance the mental/emotional state you have made an environment where you can now begin to heal.

Rate your symptoms from 0-3





If you have mostly 1’s then products and the Seven Basic Steps to Total Health should be able to resolve most of the minor symptoms.

If you have more 2’s and 3’s then you will usually need our comprehensive examination and treatment along with products and the Seven Basic Steps to Total Health

Brain Symptoms

–      Has trouble keeping attention

–      Easily distracted

–      Restless

–      Impulsive

–      Dwells on negative thoughts

–      Worries

–      Compulsive

–      Addictive behaviors

–      Dislikes change

–      Needs to have things done a certain way or becomes very upset

–      Feels sad

–      Negative

–      Dissatisfied

–      Bored

–      Low energy

–      Hopeless

–      Helpless

–      Worthless

–      Guilt

–      Low self-esteem

–      Nervousness

–      Anxiety

–      Depression

–      Panic

–      Fearful

–      Has history of a head injury

–      Suicidal thoughts

–      Forgetful

–      Memory problems

–      Unstable moods

–      Sensitive to noise

–      Sensitive to touch or tags in clothing

–      Light sensitive

–      Bothered by bright light

–      Sensitive to the environment

Nervous System Symptoms:

–      Pain

–      Neck pain

–      Mid back pain

–      Lower back pain

–      Headaches

–      Numbness

–      Tingling

–      Burning

–      Weakness

–      Body seems to vibrate

–      Head feels heavy

–      Light headedness/fainting

–      Loss of balance

–      Dizziness

–      Ringing/buzzing in ears

–      Trembling hands

–      Loss of feeling in hands and/or feet (toes)

–      Exhaustion on slightest effort

–      Limbs feel too heavy to hold up

–      Loss of grip strength

–      Convulsions

–      Incoordination

–      Nervousness

–      Accident prone

–      Loss of muscle tone

–      Need for 10-12 hours’ sleep

–      Have had shingles

–      Laterality of symptoms- are 75% or more of your symptoms on one side    your body

–      Have you ever had an injury or trauma to your head?

–      Do you have tender areas on your skull or face?

–      Do you have ringing or unusual noises in your ears?

–      Do you sometimes have visual disturbances, such as difficulty focusing?

–      Do you have headaches, head pain?

–      Do you have pain which seems to be in or behind your eye(s)?

–      Have you recently had any dental procedures done, or did your symptoms develop after dental procedures were done?

–      Does your jaw joint(s) pop or bother you?

–      Are you having any difficulty with your teeth?

–      Do you have any dental appliances (bridge, partial plate, full plates)?

–      Do you have difficulty chewing?

–      Have you had a whiplash-type injury?

–      Do your teeth meet evenly?

–      Do you have frequent cavities or periodontal problems?

–      History of orthodontics

–      Do you have areas of facial pain or numbness?

–      Do you have sinus problems?

–      Do you have any allergy complaints (hay fever, foods, etc)?

–      Do you feel you clench your teeth unconsciously?

–      Do you feel you can open your mouth to its full extent?

–      Has your jaw ever locked?

–      Have you ever dislocated your jaw?

–      Were you involved in any type of birth trauma (breech birth, forceps    delivery, etc.)?