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The herb gotu kola—which is not related to the kola nut and contains no caffeine—is known for its cooling and sedative effect on the human nervous sys...
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To have empathy is to understand a situation from another's point of view. It requires us to distinguish our own thoughts and feelings from those of t...
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There hasn’t been a new drug on the horizon for bipolar disorder in some time, but now there is. Researchers are working on a new form of lithium that...
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Although making another person feel happy is a rewarding experience, being a “people pleaser” is generally considered a negative habit. The phrase “p...
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Depression is usually a precursor to suicide, yet in many countries young adult men who seem to be doing well in life are taking their own lives. Res...
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If our body’s energies are depleted or blocked the body cannot function well, and eventually disease may arise. Color therapy, or chromotherapy, is a...
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Some mental health researchers no longer study the workings of individual neurotransmitters such as serotonin. Instead, they study neural networks, or...
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Changes such as retirement, the death of loved ones, and medical problems often occur as a person ages. These changes can understandably cause sadness...
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Those of us who suffer with anxiety are frequently reacting to fearful thoughts about a future situation. However, some fears we experience in respons...
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Many excellent symptom management tools for depression, anxiety, or other issues come from the Eastern traditions. One such tool is mantra meditation....

 
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