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  1. Reclaiming Your Life From Anxiety Symptoms By Charles Linden
    Only somebody who has lived with anxiety – as either a sufferer or a carer – knows how devastating it can be. The affect can be seen and felt across every aspect of your life for years and years.So how does anxiety make you withdraw from life?Basically, people with anxiety live their lives defensively, at a level where they are merely ‘coping’ instead of ‘embracing’. They are life’s ‘passengers’, passive in their emotional and physical relationship with the world around them - rather than ‘act…


  2. Depression: 14 Universal Laws for Recovery By Jeff Herring
    The Law of BlueJust sort of feeling blue, kinda out of it, gets confused with being depressed. We all get the blues from time to time, and they pass.The Law of SadFeeling sad, while not pleasant, makes sense in the context of the situation.The Law of ClinicalTrue clinical depression is not just feeling blue or sad. It’s both a biological and psychological struggle that’s often best treated with a combination of medication and counseling.The Law of Boot StrapsWhen you are depressed, some well-m…


  3. Seasonal Affective Disorder and Tanning Salons By Mimi Richardson
    With the arrival of the cold season, besides cold-driven nuisance, some persons experience drawbacks regarding the general state, lack of energy and depression of unknown origin. It was scientifically ascertained that the lack of light favors the production of melatonin by the pineal gland, a hormone inducing sleep. That is why, during the cold seasons when days are shorter and the sunlight is scarce, we often feel sleepy or drowsy. Also, even during spring and summer, if the tendency is to ke…


  4. Depression is a Choice By Nick Arrizza, M.D.
    There is one very simple reason for all emotional depression.In a recent article entitled "Intelligent Emotions" I discussed how the feelings of "happiness" and "saddness" emerge spontaneously from within one's Self with every decision one makes for themselves in their lives.When the feeling of happiness emerges it does so in recognition of the fact that the particular decision made is beneficial to the individual. Conversely, when the feeling of saddness emerges it does so in recognition that…


  5. Depression Series (Part 2): My Antidepressant Doesn’t Work - What Can My Psychiatrist Do? By Michael Rayel
    Maria has been increasingly depressed for the past few years. She has tried at least four newer antidepressants but so far, she doesn’t seem to respond. Unable to work, she’s now feeling helpless and hopeless. Likewise, her family is discouraged. Frustrated and baffled by Maria’s lack of progress, the family doctor refers her to a psychiatrist.What can the psychiatrist do to help Maria?The psychiatrist has several options in dealing with a treatment-resistant or refractory depression. First, M…


  6. 5 Surefire Tips to Beat Depression Now By Craig Mansfield
    Being lonely is a normal part of our everyday lives... We get sad when we fail in our exams, when we're rejected by the person we love, or when someone very close to us passes away.Depression, however, could be more fatal than just plain loneliness and sadness, it could render life-long consequences that could ruin your self-esteem, health and well-being.Here are some superb tips to conquer the melancholy mood and get the most bliss out of your daily activities.(1) Get Enough Light and Sunshin…


  7. FDA Nears Completion of Review of Vagus Nerve Stimulation For Chronic Depression By Charles Donovan
    On June 2 at 8:00 pm ET, Reuters news service issued a press release announcing that the FDA have nearly completed final review of the conditions outlined in the February "deemed approvable" letter for VNS Therapy as a treatment for chronic depression. Cyberonics Inc. said that the FDA had nearly completed final review of conditions outlined in the February approval of its implanted device for treatment of chronic depression.The FDA approved the VNS Therapy System pending final labeling, pro…


  8. Tips to Beat Depression By Mark McCoid
    We all have days when we are down, worn out and just not feeling all that happy.That's okay. You need to have days like this, otherwise how would you know when you are happy? You appreciate your good days even more when you have the occasional bad day for contrast. What is black without white?Even though sadness is a part of life, let's try to make it a small part of life.With that said, here are a few tips to help you feel better when you are feeling down in the dumps. They are easy to practi…


  9. A Simple Cure For Anxiety And Depression By Saleem Rana
    Our innate desire is to be happy, and when we move away from it, we experience fear.This fear is actually millions of years old, for it arises from the biological programming of our species.While we may not have to contend with a sabre-toothed tiger on any given day, we still use those very reactions to deal with events looming ahead.We think, “Will I be fired for making that mistake at work?” or “Will I be able to meet the mortgage after I fix the car?” or “Will my health continue to decline?…


  10. Is it ADHD or is it Depression? By Douglas Cowan, Psy.D.
    During the assessment process it is of great importance for the physician or clinician to consider other possible causes of inattention, impulsivity, or hyperactivity in your child, or teen, or yourself. In fact, this is probably the most important element of a good assessment. There are several possible causes of these behaviors, especially in children, and the clinician must have great certainty that these other possible causes have been ruled out before giving the label of "Attention Defici…


  11. Depression: Based on a True Story By Jamie Herold
    “Ring, ring.” The crisis operator answers the phone to a woman pleading to let her daughter know that she loves her. The woman spent her day writing letters to friends and loved ones, expressing her thoughts and emotions. From the loaded gun on the table to the rope hanging from the attic, it was a well-thought out plan (Lewis, Pamela, 2003).Have you ever felt life was not worth living? Have you wished you were dead? Have you had any thoughts of taking your own life? It began October of …


  12. Ten Tips For Beating Depression By Marsha Jordan
    I heard about a woman who was suffering from depression, so her concerned husband took her to a psychiatrist. The doctor listened to the couple talk about their relationship, and then he said, "The treatment I prescribe is really quite simple." With that, he went over to the man's wife, gathered her up in his arms, and gave her a big kiss. He then stepped back and looked at the woman's glowing face and broad smile. Turning to the woman's husband, he said, "See! That's all she needs to put new …


  13. Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Depression Conference By Charles Donovan
    I attended the Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Depression Conference at the headuarters of the manufacturer of the vagus nerve stimulator in Houston. The meeting was attended by the leading psychiatric thought leaders in the United States.The scientists and researchers at the conference made the some comments that are important to you:20% of patients cannot tolerate antidepressants, 35% of patients will lose the efficacy of an antidepressant that previously worked for themPatients who suffer from…


  14. Read This Article if You Like the Sun By Lance Winslow
    Do you like the Sunny Days, aren’t they great? Did you know that in areas where it rains half the years or is mostly dark that people have severe depression? It is true, in fact there are more mental health problems in the Northern US States than in the sunny states. There are less suicides, depression and drug and alcohol abuse per capita. Did you know there are less stress related illnesses too? In fact it is so says a recent research study by a major University.Many ancient cultures worship…


  15. Depression is Underdiagnosed in College Students By Susan Fee
    Everyone feels down or blue once in awhile. Especially during difficult times, it’s normal to feel sad or discouraged. But when those feelings persist for two weeks or longer, it could be depression. It’s a common illness that affects an estimated 19 million Americans—that’s nearly one in ten! It’s also one of the most under-diagnosed illnesses on college campuses. The symptoms can come on so slowly that one day, a person realizes that he can’t remember the last time he felt good. Here are som…


  16. Being A Victim Is Always A Choice By Nick Arrizza, M.D.
    Do you blame your past, your family, your partner, your job, your circumstances or a host of other things for your unfortunate place in life. If so then, by definition, you are choosing to identify yourself as a victim.Now I know that being a victim feels awful but what I'm going to say next may help you reconsider making such a choice. Choice? Yes choice! That is beacuse that's exactly what your making. Let me explain.What is the purpose of believing yourself to be a victim? You might say tha…


  17. Ten Tips to Dealing with Burnout and Panic Attacks By Christopher Ruane
    Heightened anxiety, or better known as panic attack, is a normal occurrence. Normal in the sense that it is accepted as a part of our daily activities. It can go beyond normal though and anxiety is a form of depressive illnessAnxiety is not that bad though. It keeps us primed, as if it trains us to be always on our toes. It also keeps us psychologically alert. These exercises can be good but to a certain extent or limit only. Beyond the limit, things may start to get nasty.When we are engulfed…


  18. Omega 3 EPA: Nature's Very Own Anti-depressant By Jane Stewart
    Since Dr Malcolm Peet, a consultant psychiatrist at Sheffield swallow court hospital released his findings about the effects of Ethyl Epa and its effects on people suffering from depression and low moods, many other studies have been performed using Ethyl Epa to help treat depression and related disorders. The vast majority of the studies that have been performed consistently confirmed that Ethyl Epa, a natural substance found in omega 3 fish oil, helps relieve depression and low moods.The ide…


  19. Depressed? Wise Woman Ways Offer a Helping Hand By Susun Weed
    Winter time is depression time for many women. Perhaps it is harder to look at the bright side when days are short, perhaps the holidays and family demands take their toll on us. Of course, depression can also be triggered by lack of thyroid hormone and by use of steroids, high blood pressure drugs, and ERT/HRT.But most often the cause of depression is the belief (valid or not) that nothing you do makes any difference. Victimization and poverty lock women into depression. More than one-third o…


  20. Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression By Chris Green
    Why are these illnesses on the rise? And why do some people become so ill through these illnesses, they can find it hard to function?Well they sure don’t happen overnight! You don’t suddenly wake up one morning and feel stressed or depressed. It’s not like flicking on a light switch! And by the same rule, if you’re suffering, you can’t just wake up one morning, flick off the switch and say “Great, I’m better now.”Many people who don’t suffer from these illnesses often say to sufferers:“Come on…


  21. Quick Tips to Resolving Depression with Hypnosis Cds By Steven Harold
    Depression is often a sign that something is wrong in our lives. This being the case it can also be a call to action, which for one reason or another you are unable or unwilling to take.Gaining perspective and reducing stress and anxiety can put you in a better and more resourceful state to resolve the problem(s) in your life that previously may have seemed overwhelming.Managing your life by utilising the following quick tips :-1) Talk to a friend, family member or other help body about how yo…


  22. What’s Causing My Depression and Fatigue? By Paul Shearstone
    Chronic Fatigue and Chronic Depression are absolutely systemic in our society today. Recent studies done by the AMA and CMA purport one in four people in North America are suffering from some form of chronic fatigue or depression and it’s expected eight out of ten of us will experience similar afflictions in our lifetime. But numbers like these don’t speak to the cause and only tell half the story.In June of this year, my new book entitled, “Until You’ve Walked the Path” hit the bookstores. In…


  23. New FDA Approved Therapy for Depression: Timeline from Prescription to Procedure By Charles Donovan
    On July 18, 2005, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA) approved vagus nerve stimulation as a treatment for chronic depression. On August 18th, I was a part of a conference call hosted by the manufacturer of the vagus nerve stimulator.According to Company officials, it is going to take a long time for reimbursement to reach universal coverage by third party payers at the overall policy level. The procedure was just approved by the FDA. Insurance companies are giant bureaucracies with many…


  24. Memories And Emotions Can Colour Our Awareness By George Lockett
    Memories of past events in our life can have associated with them deep emotional charge. This can cause these memories to keep repeating themselves over and over again throughout our life.Sometimes the pattern is triggered by our environment and sometimes by a person or situation. Once triggered, the memory of the event plays out, with all the deep emotional charge of the original event.The first step to solving this pattern of behaviour is to become aware of the process. If you find your m…


  25. Depression: More Than Being Down in the Dumps By David Westbrook
    How common is depression?So common that it is thought of as the common cold of mental illnesses. However, this is not to understate the severity of depression which is one of the leading indicators of suicide. By some estimates depression costs the country a staggering $43 billion dollars a year in costs resulting from medicine, hospitalization, lost work days and reduced productivity. One in six of us will experience a major depressive episode in our lives and 15 million Americans are suff…






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