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David discusses the terrible side-effects of the psychotropic drug that Adam Lanza was on.
Callers: A caller says Roy saved his life. Roy introduced spirituality to a man. A caller was able to rise up from addiction after the Meditation, and was able to help others. A man believes Roy is lightyears ahead of any psychiatry.
Click on the title to learn more about Roy Masters' book How Your Mind Can Make You Well.
Are you SUFFERING from drug side effects?
Are you taking MULTIPLE DRUGS?
Are drugs INEFFECTIVE for you?
Are you searching for ways to redue the dosage of your medications?
David Overton, PA-C of Natural Medicines & Family Practice in Olympia, Washington addresses all of these concerns and more. More specifically, he will address how to manage the side effects of drugs and how to reduce prescription drugs safely.
Visit the Parkinsons Recovery blog (www.blog.parkinsonsrecovery.com) to see the slide show he will be following as he talks about the issues associated with drug side effects. His slide show was posted on the Parkinsons Recovery blog on February 26, 2014. You are warmly invited to listen to his fascinating discussion and read the information on his slides. That way you get to hear it and see it at the same time. Hooray! .
Major depressive disorder affects approximately 14.8 million American adults, or about 6.7 percent of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year.
Most of us have either experienced depression ourselves or know someone who has.
In this powerful episode Gabriel looks at depression and how to address it with special guest Dr. Deborah Serani.
Dr. Deborah Serani is a go-to expert on psychological issues. Her interviews can be found in ABC News, the Associated Press, CNN, Newsday, Psychology Today, The Chicago Tribune, Women’s Health & Fitness and affiliate radio station programs at CBS and NPR, just to name a few. Dr. Serani is the author of the award winning book, “Living with Depression” and "Depression and Your Child: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers."
“I believe that every person can live a healthy, positive and productive life and it is my goal to inspire people to live big even if they suffer from this condition”
In this powerful episode you will discover:
What are the major symptom of depression
How can I know if I am depressed
What strategies can I use now to begin dealing with depression
We are excited about your “Ever Increasing Light”
End Depression Now Telesummit :: CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP Depression is one of the most serious, important and controversial topics in health today. Unfortunately, depression isn’t just one thing that can be solved by one little pill. If you or a loved one is struggling with depression sign up to hear The End Depression Now Expert Interview Series with over 40 doctors, researchers and depression experts to discuss and answer one the worlds most pressing health questions – how do
Steven Roose, MD and Bret Rutherford, MD will be speaking about the troubles that older adults can have with depression and memory, and the evaluation and tests that can be done to help them.
They will also discuss the treatment options that are available.
What is the best treatment for older people who have mild chronic depression?
2. Are there novel antidepressant medications that may work as well but with fewer side effects than current treatments?
3. Are there innovative treatments for patients who have been resistant to antidepressant medication?
In older patients with depression and memory problems, are there treatment strategies that can effectively address both types of symptoms and result in good long-term outcomes?
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Renowned Lyme Disease expert Brian Fallon, MD along with frequent collaborator and expert on suicidal thinking John Keilp, PhD, will lead this greatly-anticipated talk.
The show will educate listeners about different aspects of Lyme Disease, including its presentation -- at times -- as a psychiatric illness, and the uncertainty about diagnosis and treatment. They will also discuss the problem of depression and suicidal thoughts in medical illness and why this is an important topic to address in regards to Lyme Disease.
For more on Lyme Disease treatment and research, go to www.columbia-lyme.org
For more on Dr. Fallon's work, go to http://asp.cumc.columbia.edu/facdb/profile_list.asp?uni=baf1&DepAffil=Psychiatry
For more on Dr. Keilp's research, go to http://asp.cumc.columbia.edu/facdb/profile_list.asp?uni=jgk13&DepAffil=Psychiatry
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End Depression Now Telesummit | Depression180.com CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP ADD, ADHD, depression and anxiety are very real conditions not just for adults but for children as well. Moreover the symptoms of ADD, depression, and anxiety can be identical making it hard to form an accurate diagnosis. It’s confusing, frustrating, and discouraging whether you’re dealing with one or all of these conditions yourself or your child is. In this interview Dr. Daniel Amen, neuroscientist, best-se
Dr. Anseloni leads a whole interactive program on the Spiritist View on Depression. Combining both scientific and Spiritist findings, she shares solid solutions to prevent and treat depression. There is hope! Join us LIVE by asking your question at (858) 769-4705.
Modern life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Stress isn’t always bad. In small doses, it can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you’re constantly running in emergency mode, your mind and body pay the price. You can protect yourself by recognizing the signs and symptoms of stress and taking steps to reduce its harmful effects.
Stress is a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your balance in some way. When you sense danger—whether it’s real or imagined—the body's defenses kick into high gear in a rapid, automatic process known as the “fight-or-flight-or-freeze” reaction, or the stress response.
The normal ups and downs of life mean that everyone feels sad or has "the blues" from time to time. But if emptiness and despair have taken hold of your life and won't go away, you may have depression.
Depression makes it tough to function and enjoy life like you once did. Just getting through the day can be overwhelming. But no matter how hopeless you feel, you can get better. Understanding the signs, symptoms, causes, and treatment of depression is the first step to overcoming the problem.