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D-cycloserine, also called Seromycin, is being studied as a treatment aid for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). OCD is characterized by unwanted an...
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Though it's generally known that people suffering from mental health conditions are at greater risk for death by suicide, few people realize how high...
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Cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention, and antidepressants are the current standard treatments for OCD, or obsessive-compulsi...
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Recent research reveals the experience of anxiety is related to both specific areas of the brain functioning abnormally, and beneficial brain processe...
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Much of the research and many published articles about PTSD are related to our military veteran population, and deservedly so. However, the developmen...
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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur after someone has gone through or witnessed a frightening and shocking experience, or trauma. Although...
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One of the most practical and valuable skills to acquire is an ability to quiet the mind. Quieting the mind is particularly helpful for reducing stres...
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Running across health articles about the importance of our intestinal bacteria used to be rare, but is now commonplace. The reason for the gut-flora...
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One of the promising ways of managing the disturbing memories associated with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the practice of mindfulness. Ac...
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The therapeutic value of drumming for the relief of depression and anxiety has been reported by many drumming groups and individuals. Their experience...
 
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