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Dana Laake and her special guest Todd Nelson will discuss overcoming fatigue, depression, and anxiety through balancing neurotransmitters – brain chemicals that regulate energy, mood, and sleep.
Todd Nelson is a Naturopathic Doctor serving the Denver/Boulder area for over 33 years. In his clinical practice he integrates comprehensive holistic modalities including clinical nutrition, medical-grade dietary supplements, detoxification, functional medicine, herbal supplements, lifestyle counseling, stress mastery and corporate wellness.
Dr. Nelson is the co-author of three books, Arthritis Survival, Asthma Survival, and Headache Survival, and a contributing author to Dr. Robert Ivker’s Sinus Survival. He also helped develop an online, self-help Sinus Survival Tutorial Series for patients to learn more about the root causes of their recurring sinus symptoms.
Millions suffer on a daily basis because of depression and anxiety. This brings on physical illnesses, financial hardships and other complications. The "Communit Marketplace" has been discussing this topic for the last three programs, with tremendous success. Many listeners have become aware of this topic and has benefited.
Join us in this program as we address this misunderstood illness. A panel of experts explore Spirtual, and natural remedies for this disease.
The Depression Sessions are just around the corner. Today, I share 14 of my favorite clips from our hand-picked panel of presenters, including...
* Dr. Datis Kharrazian on how blood sugar and isulin surges impair serotonin production.
* Dr. Ben Lynch explains why SSRIs don't work for everyone ... especially when you gave THIS genetic mutation.
* Dr. Jill Carnahan reveals a landmark rat study on the microbiome-mood connection.
* Nora Gedgaudas discussed how to rewire your brain with neurofeedback.
* Dr. Dan Kalish on why people who go on antidepressants are more likely to relapse long-term.
* Dr. Kelly Brogan uncovers what the science REALLY says about the efficacy of antidepressants.
And many more!
Sign up to attend The Depressions Sessions FREE at www.depressionsessions.com.
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Live a life of JOY! Overcome fear, anxiety and depression NOW! with your host: David Tri
Depression, suicide, relapse and the Third Step are the topics for God Box Mike and dougananda for their March 21, 2015 Blogtalk Radio broadcast. Depression, cross-addictions and suicides are the ugly ugly side of recovery. Depression hammers alcoholics and addicts who slip back into their addictions and even some who despair despite being in recovery. Suicide often looks like a way out.It is hard to "turn it over" to a higher power when you've been living for years in the negativity of addiction. Let's face it, being clean and sober requires a mammoth effort to find a transformation that will bring about serenity in the face of all the problems stacked up against recovering people.
Suicide is a hot topic these days. National Public Radio reports that suicide was the third largest cause of death for people between the ages of 10 and 19. Anyone with time in recovery has known at least a few people who took their own lives, either before or after a relapse. Mike and dougananda have known a few. They as for only one thing: Please don't do it.
WHAT IS THE MENTALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE OF DEPRESSION? CAN DEPRESSION BE TRANSFERRED LIKE A DISEASE? HOW IS IT PASSED FROM PERSOPN TO PERSON? WHERE DID THIS START? HOW CAN IT BE STOPPED IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Patrick J. McGrath, M.D. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Sarah Fader, Founder & CEO, Stigma Fighters
Despite years of progress, the stigma of having a mood disorder like depression, or an anxiety disorder like panic disorder is still considerable. People experience disbelief from family, co-workers, and friends that this is a medical problem rather than a matter of needing to exert willpower and fortitude. Sarah Fader and her organization, Stigma Fighters are working hard to address this issue for people with these disorders and will discuss her advocacy work in this regard. Even when a mood or anxiety disorder has been diagnosed and is being treated, unfortunately selection of the correct treatment is still a matter of trial and error, with the attendant delay and frustration. Dr. Patrick McGrath is engaged in a pioneering study, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, called EMBARC, which seeks to make the first steps toward a future where testing will help predict which treatment will be most effective. Ms. Fader and Dr. McGrath will discuss these efforts to assist those having these disorders."
Sarah Fader can be reached at www.stigmafighters.com
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Tonight I want to talk about prepper depression. Are you suffering? Have you suffered? More importantly what do you do to cope with it? There are moments in my own life when I get down into a hole because the future looks so bleak. I get afraid for my children and their children. I want recovery and success but I also understand that before that can really happen we have to have some growing pains. Its easy to pretend like nothing phases you and life is all coming up roses but if you are in the preparedness world and you make it your business to understand and mitigate threats than you better have a method to blow off steam. Otherwise you could wind up on the news as one of these crazy mass shooters who cracked under the pressure of life.
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If you were to look up the definition of the word "versatility" in a dictionary of performers, chances are you'd find the name BRIAN COPELAND somewhere near the top. The multitalented comedian, writer, television host, talk radio host and commentator has basked in the glow of both public and critical acclaim for nearly a decade. Brian's incisive, cutting-edge standup comedy cuts to the heart of some of our most serious social and political problems and has earned him spots as the opening act for such diverse artists as Ray Charles, Natalie Cole, Dionne Warwick, Donna Summer, Peabo Bryson, Steve Allen, Dana Carvey and Aretha Franklin among others.
In addition to his work in broadcasting and on the comedy stage, Brian is a serious writer with articles appearing in national newspapers and magazines. He’s here today today to talk about depression and his book Not A Genuine Black Man.”
A single father, Brian Copeland lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his children Adam, Carolyn and Casey.
By the age of 70, the average adult will have taken 600 million breaths, and for most individuals, breathing is taken for granted. But acute or chronic pain, anxiety, and even depression, can cause a disruption in the normal physiological process. When psychological factors dominate over physiological processes, breathing rate may increase (hyperventilation), and a disordered pattern of breathing can become the norm. When altered breathing patterns become habit they can contribute to health problems, including anxiety, fatigue, and chronic pain, setting up a vicious cycle of health concerns.
Christopher Gilbert, PhD, is a clinical psychologist currently associated with the Kaiser Permanente Chronic Pain Management Program, located in San Francisco, California. Dr. Gilbert has co-authored the book: Recognizing and Treating Breathing Disorders and published articles related to hyperventilation, anxiety and panic. He will discuss techniques which may be of benefit to patients, including: self-regulation of breathing and breathing re-training, and the use of bio-feedback.
Listen to the program live on your computer or tablet, or by phone, call: (347) 838-9137. If you have a question for the guest, call in on the toll free number (888) 787-5265 and press 1 on your phone keypad. You can also email your confidential question/s to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a tweet @voiceaerobics #anxiety #breathing
Public speaking, flying, a job interview, a first date, a major deadline or final exam...
For people with occasional anxiety, these situations can trigger instant and overwhelming feelings of nervousness, apprehension, irritability and insecurity. Some folks simply cannot function.
1 in 3 people are inflicted with depression, anxiety or panic attacks and what can a person do besides taking medical drugs. Yes What can we do Naturally. Tune in and fine out! Dr Jay coming to Kelowna BC and Calgary AB Sept 8th and Sept 9th Free? RSVP Email email@example.com Tel 250 547 2281
We all seem to know what depression is and what it does. Maybe even why we are depressed. That time that we are in depression is truly a very special time in so many ways. The rawness of depression and the results of depression set the pace for the next part of your life, yet why do we feel so so horrible during that process? What is going on in our heads and why the defeated feelings that make us feel like we are not able to get up, sleep, eat none at all or eat too much and feel like we have no plans, goals, things to look forward to and a life that has meaning? What happens after the depression? We tend to trench ourselves so deeply in depression that the way out is something we cannot see. Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Monday Morning at 5:30 AM, PST!