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When new research comes out concerning PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), it is sometimes hard to tell whether the results makes things clearer or...
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People with OCD symptoms that are not relieved by therapy and medication may, in the not too distant future, get relief from ultrasound therapy target...
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There is no doubt that having social anxiety makes meeting new people and establishing friendships difficult, sometimes agonizing. Yet, evidence sugge...
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An inventive genius of the 20th century, Nikola Tesla, helped bring x-rays, radio, and the foundations of modern electrical engineering into our world...
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If you have symptoms of OCD, or other anxiety disorder, you have likely heard of the neurotransmitter (chemical messenger) called serotonin. Although...
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Temporary bouts of stress can be motivating, but chronic, persistent stress can trigger or exacerbate physical and mental disorders. We all need to kn...
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The Kundalini yoga tradition includes meditation techniques discovered to relieve symptoms of specific psychiatric disorders, including OCD (obsessive...
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Practitioners and researchers sometimes use the phrase “obsessive slowness” to describe the behavior of people with OCD, but the phrase can be mislead...
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The most common medications prescribed for OCD are SSRI antidepressants. If an antidepressant is not effective in relieving OCD symptoms other medicat...
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The multi-billion dollar self-help industry began in the 1970s, and among the many enterprises developed that promised to show the individual how they...
 
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