First The Bad News: The Brain is Vulnerable to Trauma

Sadly, millions of people suffer from seemingly mysterious chronic conditions that doctors and scientists have not been able to completely explain or treat.

For many, unknowingly, they have suffered from a toxicant injury from chemicals, bacteria, viruses and/or psychological or emotional stress. This can result in brain trauma, resulting in over-activation of threat, survival and protective mechanisms within the deep limbic system circuits in the brain that can initiate a multiple system breakdown in the body.

The brain gets stuck in an unconscious state of chronic “emergency” that perpetuates illness and inflammation. This often involves the central nervous system, musculoskeletal system,  respiratory, immune, digestive, and endocrine systems. 

This “high alert” state can also result in altered sensory perception and related sensitivities (smell, taste, touch, hearing, sound), as well as pain perception. Energy that was formerly used in functions related to rest, digestion, detoxification, communication and regeneration are now redirected to one thing only - survival. 

Normally high functioning and healthy individuals become a shadow of their former self. This literally robs them of their ability to function in the world.  For some it can cause them to lose their jobs, homes and in extreme cases live a life of isolation and pain. This is often the case in conditions such as chemical sensitivities, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, electric hypersensitivity syndrome, gulf war syndrome, food sensitivities, and anxiety disorders.

The Good News: The Brain is Neuroplastic and Capable of Change

The brain is both adaptive and regenerative and we can use this principle to work in our favor. When we understand that the brain has maladapted to trauma, we can then learn how to normalize the over-activated threat mechanisms within the deep limbic brain circuits. This allows the systems of the body to return to normal function once again.

Transformation:  You Can Reclaim Your Life Through Neuroplasticity

The Dynamic Neural Retraining System represents a new paradigm in healthcare, as we understand how brain function influences optimal health. When you understand how the brain has been affected through trauma, and you learn how to rewire these circuits – you will experience that recovery is possible. 

5-Day Dynamic Neural Retraining System patient program series
in the
U.S. and Canada for 2013:

Santa Fe NM April 18 - 22

Campbell River BC May 22 - 26

Stony Point NY June 27 - July 1
Kelowna BC September 26 - 30
Austin TX November 7 - 11


Just Ask Your Doctor:  Rewiring the deep limbic system circuits of the brain can help you to Dr. Judy McCarverreclaim your life!  Just ask Dr. Judy McCarver who was suffering for 21 years from MCS and CFS prior to attending our program last year.  Watch Dr. Judy's amazing story of how she reclaimed her life.  Dr. McCarver will be a guest speaker at our upcoming Santa Fe program April 18 - 22.  To view her testimonial, Click here 

The Early Bird deadline for our Santa Fe program is coming up quickly.  Register by March 22 and save $300! 

If you have already purchased the DVD Series, you also qualify for an additional $100 discount.

On-site accommodations and meals can also be provided for those who are traveling from out of town.

 To start your registration process, or for more information, click here.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Yours in Good Health,

Annie Hopper
and the DNRS Team

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New for 2013 - DNRS 5 Day Neural Rehab Program. Our five-day program allows for complete neuroplasticity immersion within a small group, provides environmental friendly accommodations and all meals - all in one location.  This allows for maximum focus in a distraction-free environment along with direct and immediate access to a Certified DNRS Facilitator. 

Venues are selected for environmental awareness to provide comfort for those suffering.  The in-person seminar involves a complete immersion in the program and often patients will notice improvements within this time. The powerful group dynamic provides both inspiration and the motivation needed to kick start the recovery process. Having direct access to DNRS Facilitators allows for more individual instruction, allows the patient the opportunity to have their questions answered, and fosters the discipline that is required for best results.

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How does DNRS work?

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The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) is a limbic system neural rehabilitation program involve in recovery from:

• Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
• Fibromyalgia
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
• Gulf War Syndrome
• Electric Hypersensitivity Syndrome
• Food Sensitivities
• Anxiety Disorders

Many of these illnesses are characterized as Toxicant Induced Loss of Tolerance or TILT associated illnesses.

Trauma from chemical injury, bacteria, viruses, electromagnetic fields as well as emotional and psychological stress can shock the brain into disorganizing neural circuits resulting in over-activated threat, survival and protective mechanisms within the limbic system.

The techniques used in the DNRS are based on neuroplasticity therapy, which re-wires the brain to build more functional neural pathways.

The program recruits dormant or new pathways in the brain to restore normal function. This is similar to the rehab of a stroke patient who learns to recruit other parts of the brain to take over function for the injured area.

DNRS systematically demonstrates how to re-wire neural circuits in the limbic system that influence survival and stress mechanisms, sensory perception, detoxification, immune function and inflammatory responses.
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