Depression And Anxiety

Natural Supplements for Mental & Emotional Health

…change that will make you feel better and healthier in every aspect of your life. This includes caring for your mental and emotional health. Depression and anxiety are linked behaviorally and chemically to weight gain and chronic illness. While many weight loss programs ignore your mental and emotional…

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How to Lower Your Cortisol

…are extremely disruptive to the body and may result in numerous health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar, depression, anxiety and weight gain. If you have experienced any of these problems following a particularly difficult time, in your life or want to avoid them because…

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A Little-Known Natural Solution for Depression

There’s no doubt about it: Depression is a real problem. One in every ten adults reports being depressed. And according to some reports, 15 percent of the population will experience depression that it will require treatment at least once in their lifetime. Although depression is real, synthetic drugs aren’t…

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What is Ashwagandha?

…a list of the many medical uses for ashwagandha: * combats the effects of stress * improves learning, memory, and reaction time * reduces anxiety and depression without causing drowsiness * stabilizes blood sugar * lowers cholesterol * reduces brain-cell degeneration * contains anti-malarial properties…

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7 Hobbies That Help With Depression and Anxiety

…places, positive hobbies are vitally important for depressed and anxious people. Hobbies that help with depression and anxiety tend to have two things in common: 1) they are creative in one way or another, and 2) they are effective in redirecting depressive and anxious energy. The following hobbies are all…

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How To Stop Emotional Eating

…called ghrelin. Ghrelin sends messages to the brain, through the vagus nerve, telling it to release more dopamine, a substance that reduces depression and anxiety. Unfortunately, though, ghrelin also makes us hungrier. Given this, it's easy to see why that big bowl of ice cream tastes so good when you’re…

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Intestinal Disorders and Mental Health

…enough. If your ENS is constantly bombarding your brain with signals related to stress, disease, damage and toxicity, then you will experience depression, anxiety and other psychological issues. Keep in mind that the research shows that your gut and brain are constantly communicating. And even though you…

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