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Treating Depression Without Medications

24th August 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Embracing DepressionDepression is a disorder that disrupts the lives of its victims and renders them incapable of enjoying life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in ten American adults say that they feel ... Read >
Author: Ellen Dyson

Calisthenic Workouts Ideal 3 Day Workout Routines

30th June 2011
Today I want to share with you a few benefits of the calisthenic workouts - the ideal 3 day workout routines. I realize the words workout or exercise may not induce a happy reaction in you, but allow me to tell you about some really great benefits that s... Read >
Author: Edward Platz

T3 Thyroid Hormones For The Cure Of Depression Symptoms

16th June 2011
If you're worn-out most of the time, your physician is probably going to request blood tests on the two thyroid hormones referred to as T3 thyroid and thyroxinine and even the brain hormones called TSH and prolactin. If your TSH happens to be higher and t... Read >
Author: Margarito Wagner

The Anti-Anxiety Diet

26th October 2010
The old saying, "You are what you eat", really does ring true. If you think of our bodies as a machine and the food we intake as fuel, it makes sense to consume good fuel. This is critically important for those of us suffering from anxiety or panic disord... Read >
Author: jay530

ADHD Austin Solutions - L-Theanine 23

01st September 2010
ADHD Austin/Brain BalanceNow that the public is much more conscious of the significant side consequences of Ritalin and other prescription medicines for ADHD, numerous normal alternatives to stimulant drugs are offered to ADHD sufferers. 1 of the most bro... Read >
Author: Elwood Grimes

Why you may have trouble sleeping after exercise

31st August 2010
Despite doing lots of strenuous exercise, you may find that you actually have trouble sleeping. There are good reasons for this. Exercise triggers the release of lots of hormones which fight fatigue. If you do a lot of exercise, you will automatically tri... Read >
Author: Siobhan Hargreaves

Mind Tripping: Common Psychoactive Medications Used in the Treatment of Psychological Disorders

22nd August 2010
Among the sub-disciplines under the fields of medicine and science, the most dynamic areas include the studies on "diseases of the mind." This is not so much caused by neglect, but by a lack of true understanding of the basic goings-on of the brain and th... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

Tinnitus Drug Treatment Targets the Neurotransmitter of the Body

19th August 2010
Tinnitus happens once excitatory neurotransmitters, especially glutamate, outweighs gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) inhibitory neurotransmitters. The tinnitus drug treatment is composed of drugs that activate GABA inhibitory transmitters and that minimize... Read >
Author: BarbaraThomson1959

Anxiety and Sleep Eight Steps to Overcoming Night Time Anxiety and Better Sleep

12th May 2010
Anxiety and sleep challenges are two of the most common conditions that impact our everyday lives. It is not unusual to see these two common disorder existing simultaneously, in fact it is quite common. In other words the more anxiety you are feeling the ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Foods To Eat When Pregnant That Will Help To Boost Your Energy.

05th March 2010
Do you often feel exhausted now that you are pregnant? Fatigue, exhaustion and lack of energy are common during pregnancy, specifically during your first and third trimester. During the first trimester, your body is still adjusting along with new hormones... Read >
Author: Roger Noonan

What are Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) and how can they help

03rd November 2009
Branched chain amino acids or BCAA are made up of leucine, iso leucine and valine, three types of amino acids. These amino acid molecules form a branched structure when they come together, which is why they are called branched chain amino acids. BCAAs for... Read >
Author: Jason Ferruggia

The Effect of Nicotine Addiction on the Body

13th May 2009
Among many other substances that are found in a single cigarette, the one many have become most familiar with is nicotine, an alkaloid found in tobacco. Though some may argue that a mere oral fixation is the cause of addiction to cigarette smoking, studie... Read >
Author: Vernon DeFlanders

Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast

13th April 2009
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. When these chemicals are ... Read >
Author: Valerie

How Frequencies of Isochronic Tones Work

30th December 2008
One of the most popular aspects of isochronic tones deals with how they sound. Isochronic tones are used as a means of helping to get brain patterns to synchronize with the sounds. This works through the frequencies of isochronic tones. These tones deal w... Read >
Author: onlineincoypq

Laser light therapy may combat anxiety

22nd September 2008
There could be some hope for those suffering from severe anxiety. A laser already approved by the FDA to treat physical pain could help ease the pain of anxiety. Patients barely feel the low level laser which is used similar to acupuncture. Research... Read >
Author: Shane
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