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Stimulating alpha brain waves with a mild electric current might someday be a treatment for symptoms of depression or even schizophrenia. To discover...
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Stress can intensify the symptoms of psychiatric issues such as depression and anxiety. To combat the harmful effects of stress, we must do more than...
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Definition Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is characterized by perfectionism and inflexibility. A person with a Obsessive...
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Being rejected socially can be excruciatingly painful, especially for people who are depressed. The extreme sensitivity to rejection in depressed indi...
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There are research studies being done on the effectiveness of ayahuasca – a psychedelic – for treating depression. The studies are being d...
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Most of us do not need proof that listening to music can lift our mood. We simply accept what experience tells us. That does not stop researchers from...
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There are moments in our lives when terrible things happen. It might be the death of a loved one, a financial crisis or the end of a relationship. We...
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Roseroot, or rhodiola rosea, is a promising alternative treatment for major depressive disorder. Roseroot is a flowering perennial plant that grows we...
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A private biotech tech company is ready to test a once-daily pill designed to relieve depression symptoms within 24 hours. The company, called Naurex,...
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When women reach the end of their child-bearing years, their bodies go through menopause, as they stop producing the hormones needed to conceive and b...

 
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