Stress Can Increase Risk for Cold and Flu

Did you know that high-strung people are more at risk for colds and flu? Hi, I’m Doctor Keith Snead, a practitioner of functional medicine in Nashville. I would like to talk to you today about stress.

Stress wears down your immune system. It keeps it suppressed, so that if a harmful germ or virus enters the body, it does not have the strength to fight it off. Therefore, one is more prone to be sick.

There are many other diseases that attack people as a result of stress. No matter what condition you may be suffering with, I invite you to come see me at my office in Nashville for professional treatment. Click here for my full report on stress and to make an appointment:

A Merry Heart Does Good Like a Medicine

Stress is a killer, but laughter is good medicine. I’m Doctor Keith Snead, and today I would like to speak to my friends in Nashville about the importance of having a good laugh.

It has been said that laughter is like internal jogging. It gives your muscles and organs some good exercise. When you laugh, you are sending healthy signals throughout your body as opposed to the negative signals from stress that often cause disease.

If you suffer from disorders caused by stress, I invite you to visit my office here in Nashville, where we specialize in preventing and treating stress-related diseases. Click here to read my full report on stress and to make an appointment:


Garlic is so good for you! Greetings, Doctor Keith Snead here, and I would like to talk to residents of Nashville about why it is important to regularly incorporate garlic into your diet.

For almost every disease that a person can be diagnosed with, garlic is an excellent healing agent. It helps fights colds, strengthens the heart, balances out the hormones, helps to slow the aging process and more.

However, garlic may not be sufficient alone. Medical treatment may also be necessary in some cases. I encourage you to make an appointment to see me, Doctor Keith Snead, at my office here in Nashville. Click here to read my full report about choosing the right doctor for you and to get in touch with my office: