This Breathing Exercise Can Alleviate Depression or Anxiety Almost Immediately

This Breathing Exercise Can Alleviate Depression or Anxiety Almost Immediately

This Breathing Exercise Can Calm You Down in a Few Minutes “It’s totally private. Nobody knows you’re doing it.” Although venture capitalist and author Scott Amyx has given speeches before thousands of people at companies and organizations around the world, he’s often filled with anxiety before he goes onstage. To calm himself but also keep his mind clear, he regularly turns to a breathing practice he learned several years ago from a sports psychologist. By…

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Knitting Linked To Reducing Depression, Anxiety And Chronic Pain, Report Reveals

Knitting Linked To Reducing Depression, Anxiety And Chronic Pain, Report Reveals

The researchers suggest knitting could ‘save the NHS funds’ By Rachel Moss Knitting could save the NHS vital funds because it leads to a healthier population, reducing depression and anxiety, slowing the onset of dementia and distracting from chronic pain, a new report has found. The findings, published by initiative Knit for Peace, offers an extensive review of previous studies into the physical and mental health benefits of knitting. Knit for Peace, which has a network of…

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EFT Tapping for Anxiety, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Weight Loss, Insomnia

EFT Tapping for Anxiety, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Weight Loss, Insomnia

we’ve all heard of yoga, meditation, and massage to de-stress, but what about Tapping? It’s zero risk, zero cost, and highly effective. I first heard about Tapping on the Megyn Kelly TODAY show on January 16, 2018. Megyn was joined by Adrienne Cerulo, who said a healing technique known as Tapping freed her from four years of excruciating pain, and Nick Ortner from The Tapping Solution. Cerulo said she was still pain-free after two years,…

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7 Ways To Naturally Boost Serotonin Levels And Beat Depression and Anxiety

7 Ways To Naturally Boost Serotonin Levels And Beat Depression and Anxiety

Serotonin is a major regulator of mood and depression risk. Your disposition depicts exactly how you experience and infer the world around you. If your outlook is consistently dreadful, you are going to have a troublesome time. Yet, serotonin is much more than the “feel-good hormone.” It also sways sexual desire and helps us to remember. It is the precursor to melatonin, the neurotransmitter that allows us to sleep. Though we mainly consider serotonin as a neurotransmitter acting through…

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Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness

Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness

Lupus and Depression: It’s Not Just Sadness Those who struggle with lupus often experience overbearing symptoms of depression, which are usually tied to flares, and leave during remissions. Nevertheless, some of these symptoms can often remain even past the flare periods, and become a part of the patient’s daily life. In these cases, constant attention to these symptoms is vital when determining the possibility of depression due to the severity of lupus symptoms. Major depressive…

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5 Natural Remedies for Chronic Depression

5 Natural Remedies for Chronic Depression

Did you know that psychiatric disorders affect 26 percent of the adult population? That is more than 60 million Americans! One in 10 Americans takes an anti-depressant. In 2006 alone, expenditures on anti-depressants soared over $1.9 billion (source: Mark Hyman, MD, The UltraMind Solution, p. 11). I agree with Dr. Mark Hyman, as well as other functional medicine doctors, such as Dr. Kelly Brogan that there must be a better way. Not only do we…

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Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?

Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?

In the 1970s, a truth was accidentally discovered about depression – one that was quickly swept aside, because its implications were too inconvenient, and too explosive. American psychiatrists had produced a book that would lay out, in detail, all the symptoms of different mental illnesses, so they could be identified and treated in the same way across the United States. It was called the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. In the latest edition, they laid out…

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The Real Causes Of Depression Have Been Discovered, And They’re Not What You Think

The Real Causes Of Depression Have Been Discovered, And They’re Not What You Think

Johann Hari Guest Writer Across the Western world today, if you are depressed or anxious and you go to your doctor because you just can’t take it any more, you will likely be told a story. It happened to me when I was a teenager in the 1990s. You feel this way, my doctor said, because your brain isn’t working right. It isn’t producing the necessary chemicals. You need to take drugs, and they will…

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The First Drug For Postpartum Depression Could Be On Its Way

The First Drug For Postpartum Depression Could Be On Its Way

And researchers hope it could treat the condition in days. By Catherine Pearson It has taken decades for the medical establishment to recognize the vast scope of postpartum depression, or PPD. Conservative estimates say 11 percent of women become depressed at some point in their first year of motherhood; others put that figure at closer to 25 percent. And that’s just the women who seek help. Likely, the numbers are greatly undercounted — according to one study, fewer…

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17 Magnesium Filled Foods That Can Lower Your Risk of Anxiety, Depression, Heart Attacks And More

17 Magnesium Filled Foods That Can Lower Your Risk of Anxiety, Depression, Heart Attacks And More

Magnesium is an essential mineral for our overall health and proper biological function. It is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, where there are more than 3,750 magnesium-binding sites on human proteins. It determined the normal function of more than 300 enzymes, so it affects multiple biochemical processes, essential for the proper metabolic function, such as: Function of the muscles and nerves Relaxation of blood vessels Regulation of blood sugar and insulin sensitivity…

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