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Are you ready for a new way of thinking about health? The body is an ecosystem. Every cell has its own unique function and purpose. When one part of this system breaks down, it can affect every other part of the system. The key to optimal health is balance and harmony between all parts of your body’s ecosystem – from your gut to your immune system, from your brain to your heart.
The body is a complex system. All complex systems need to be able to efficiently and effectively communicate between each of the subsystems to assure its continued existence.

The communication core process involves the endocrine (hormone) system, nervous system and parts of the immune system. It continuously senses responds to the environment, sending messages between different areas of the body.

Hormones, neurotransmitters and inflammatory messengers attach themselves to the specific receptors on the surface of cells to communicate and influence the functions of the cells of that organ. In addition, there are also communication systems inside each cell that carry messages from outside the cell to the genetic material inside influencing its physiological function.

Any alterations in these communication mechanisms can cause changes to the normal functioning of the body leading to the signs and symptoms associated with a number of chronic conditions.

What it means

The primary area of focus for the biological process of communication involves the nervous system, endocrine (hormone) system and parts of the immune system.

Why it’s important

The communication core process is fundamental to maintaining the body’s balance (homeostasis). Alterations in cellular communication can lead to imbalances in the levels of hormones like insulin, oestrogen and testosterone.

Powerful Insight

The communications cor process is profoundly influenced by stress, environmental toxins, nutrition and physical activity. Negative influences in these factors can alter cellular communications generating inflammatory responses that contribute to almost all chronic conditions.

Hey there, I’m Leah

I’m a biomedical scientist, epidemiologist, public health practitioner, health improvement consultant and the founder of The Thrive Practice. Which is all just a formal way of saying: I’m a professional wellness detective. Driven by data and supported by science, I’m unerringly obsessed with exploring your unique biochemistry to methodically get to the root of your health issues. Because unlike conventional medicine, my focus isn’t on treating your body’s symptoms; it’s on treating your interconnected system so that, together, we can beat the odds and make miracles happen for your health and healing.