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In this post we will go over some of the more commonly reported side effects for the prescription drug sertraline. Keep in mind that this list of side...
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Unwanted change is part of life, and stressful. Although moderate stress can motivate, high stress may trigger or exacerbate symptoms of anxiety and d...
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In this post we will go over some of the more commonly reported side effects for the prescription drug fluoxetine. Keep in mind that this list of sid...
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Many people have never heard of SDMs, yet without adequate SDMs our mental health may suffer. SDMs, or self-defining memories, are vivd and emotionall...
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To be diagnosed with OCD, people must have specific obsessive-compulsive symptoms that persist over time. There are also subtypes of OCD related to th...
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We sometimes call our brain a mental muscle. Now, scientists are attempting to relieve depression by treating the brain as if it is a damaged muscle....
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If it were offered, would you consent to having a chip implanted in your brain to relieve symptoms of PTSD or depression? These chips, called smart i...
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A belly-wrenching fit of mirth, or laughter, is one if the most enjoyable and healing of human experiences. Thankfully, life’s ironies and incongruiti...
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Research on the health benefits of essential oils is scarce, but what exists suggests the oils may relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression. The onl...
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For good mind-body health we are wise to eat a variety of fresh, whole foods. Those experiencing intense stress and symptoms of anxiety may also want...
 
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