depression Tag

Most individuals understand the relation between nutrition and physical illnesses.  It is much less common, however, for the connection to be made between emotionally rooted illnesses (depression, anxiety, etc.) and nutrition.  Fortunately, nutritional neuroscience is emerging and establishing scientifically that nutrition factors are intertwined with...

Stress Strikes! Part III – Aromatherapy One in five adults feel they do not do enough to manage their stress[ in spite of knowing it is detrimental to both mental health and physical health.  Wreaking havoc on your wellness, stress: impacts your ability to do your jobinterferes...

Stress Strikes! Part III – Meditation Each year, the Gallup-Sharecare well-being metric interviews individuals across the United States.  The well-being index is calculated on a scale of 0 to 100 (0 represents the lowest and 100 represents the highest possible well-being).  Questions revolve around health, work, satisfaction, worry, etc., with...

Stress Strikes! Part II – Strike Back With Breathing A few years ago, two young men from Columbus, Ohio released a song entitled “Stressed Out.”  Some are calling it the millennial anthem, while the writer, Tyler Joseph, disagrees saying any generation can relate.  See for yourself. Wish I could turn back time, to...

Stress Strikes! The Overview – A Multi-Series Blog Post The world is more distressed than ever.  According to Gallup’s 2018 annual world poll, people report being more stressed than in any previous year since the poll’s inception.  What is stress, how is it affecting us, and...

With the dangers of ketamine in recreational use but the benefits with psychiatric treatment, what is the truth about Ketamine? Ketamine Effects Scientists at Stanford University recently held a randomized, double-blind, crossover trial to see if the anti-depressive effects of ketamine were generated by activation of...

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