Mental Health Articles Page 76

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Typically, cortisol supplements are used in instances when the adrenal glands in a person’s body are not producing enough of the hormone. Ideally the...
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Serotonin is a hormone that is found in the human brain, digestive tract and platelets of humans and animals, and there are foods that increase seroto...
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There is often a link between PTSD and depression. Depression is a mental condition in which a person feels sad, down or unhappy for an extended perio...
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Most people diagnosed with schizophrenia and schizophrenia-related disorders are prescribed antipsychotic medications and may have to deal with side e...
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This article looks at natural ways to increase serotonin. Serotonin is the neurotransmitter responsible for mood stabilization. It also helps with sl...
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The cognitive model of depression is the model with the most empirical evidence in treating depression. This model states that one’s cognitions, thou...
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For many Christians seeking counsel for depression they may turn to sources close to their faith, for Christian depression help. Certainly a reliable...
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It may seem that one could effectively use marijuana to treat depression, but in fact, a recent study out of the Netherlands tells the opposite story....
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It’s been said there is a 12 step program for everything and yes, there is a 12 step program for depression. As most people know, the 12 step program...
by Kelly Connell Paxipam also known as Halazepam is a benzodiazepine that anxiety, anxiety disorders and nervousness. It is no longer commercially av...

 
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