I just saw this interesting study in the Journal of Small Animal Practice that found a link between compulsive tail-chasing in dogs and high cholesterol. Apparently there is a growing body of evidence (on humans) that high cholesterol may be a marker for behavioral problems such as panic attacks and obsessive compulsive disorder, which could be expressed by frequent tail-chasing falls in dogs. Interesting that this evidence is growing because I see it every week with our human clients. As we lower the stress of our clients through the right stress reduction programs: hypnotherapy, dietary coaching, exercise, meditation, lifestyle coaching and more, we see cholesterol lower naturally.
To read more about the tail-chasing cholesterol link: March issue of the Journal of Small Animal Practice.
Check out the article, “Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?” for more on the complete story of cholesterol.
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