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In Stress and Coping

Do you know anti-depressant herbs?

Sayer Ji is an extraordinary individual who has spent the past decade distilling the data from hundreds of thousands of natural medicine studies into a roadmap for treating the major health challenges of our time. Sayer Ji, the founder of GreenMedInfo along with the respected naturopath, Pamela Duff investigated herbs that are vital to your survival as a species. Here are some from their list of herbs with anti-depressant properties: B-complex, especially B12 and B9 improve the effects of antidepressants…

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In Stress and Coping

How to manage holidays when you have depression

Winter holidays are the busiest time of the year, when you are busy with choosing gifts for your closest people, preparing for travelling, partying, and so on. When you’re surrounded by all sorts of holiday cheer, it seems like everyone would be full of positive energy, right? Well, not exactly. The reality is that the holiday season can be a difficult time for people who live with emotional disturbances. There are so many pressures and expectations that come with the…

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In Stress and Coping

Tips for tackling the stress

If you feel tension in all your muscles and have wondering thoughts, it indicates a chronic level of physical and emotional tension you have at this time. Those who take time to relax and release inner tension do much better physically and emotionally than those who fail to engage in such behavior. Stressmasters have a higher quality of life than those who do not or will not “let go.” If you can find more time to relax, you will counteract…

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In Stress and Health

Tips to deal with depression or anxiety stemming from childhood trauma

I would like to share an interview with a specialist who works with women who have depression or anxiety stemming from childhood trauma. Jennifer Rollin speaks with Lisa Savage, LCSW. Jennifer: Tell me about yourself, your experience, and your practice. Lisa: I’m an LCSW practicing in the state of Delaware.  I have two private practices–one that specializes in seeing children and the other adults.  I’ve been in practice since 1998. In my adult practice, I specialize in working with women…

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