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- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 2: Are There Foods I Can Eat to Help My Anxiety?
- Anxiety and Nutrition – Part 1: Can I Help My Anxiety by Avoiding Certain Foods?
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- ADHD and Diet: Nutritional Assessment for help with ADHD Symptoms
- ECT: ECT or Neurofeedback? Which is safer?
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Holiday Depression: A Case of the Holiday Blues What is Holiday Depression or the Holiday Blues? Hollywood, department stores, and the songs on the radio all tell us the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year. However, for some people, the holidays can be a source of profound sadness and depression. People may [...]
Wellness: What is Wellness? What is Wellness? Wellness Proposals defines Wellness as the process of actively becoming aware of and learning to make healthy choices that lead toward a longer and more successful existence. At some point in our life, we all find ourselves struggling with stress, sadness, or extreme frustration. This comes with the [...]
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: PTSD Treatments The Physiological Aspect of PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can take its toll on a person’s body. In addition to the emotional struggles of Depression, Anxiety, Rage, and Sleep Disorder associated with PTSD, many who suffer from this disorder also battle with a variety of physical issues over time: high blood [...]
Can Diet Affect Brain Function? Yes! Think of your brain as the engine that controls the human body. The food you eat is the fuel or energy this engine needs to run. When we eat and drink foods that are not healthy for us, it is equivalent to putting dirty fuel in the engine. [...]
Perfectionism is linked to Anxiety, Depression, and OCD Perfectionism is linked directly to Depression, Anxiety, and/or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). It can almost be labeled as Failure Anxiety Disorder. Perfectionists live with a very inflexible, rigid mind-set. Rather than enjoy life or activities, they are focused on the right and wrong of their choices. Life is viewed [...]
Brain Fuel: Carbohydrates and the Brain There is a direct link between carbohydrates and the brain. We need carbohydrates; they act as brain fuel! Glucose forms in the body with the breakdown of carbohydrates. The brain needs glucose to perform properly, as it is the only sugar that feeds it. To function effectively, your brain [...]
Blueberries Benefit the Brain! Simply google, “the benefits of blueberries,” and you will find that whether fresh or frozen, blueberries benefit the brain! It is the flavonoids in blueberries that activate an enzyme which increases the flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. These flavonoids are found in other berries, as well, including strawberries [...]
Self-Injury: Why do people hurt themselves? Self-injury is the act of deliberately causing harm to one’s own body. It is an unhealthy way of coping with emotional pain, intense anger or rage, or ongoing frustration. Self-injury is not a suicide attempt. Those who suffer from this disorder don’t want to die; they simply don’t want to [...]
AD/HD and Comorbidity Is it really AD/HD? OR … Is there something else going on with brain function that is presenting like AD/HD? AD/HD and comorbidity is rampant! There are a number of disorders related to over or under activity of the brain waves that mimic the symptoms of AD/HD. Regardless of what the primary [...]