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Is Exercise Better than Prozac? Great question but do you know the answer? YES of course EXERCISE is better than PROZAC.
Science has also shown that PROZAC is about as effective as a PLACEBO. So does PROZAC elevate your mood, not according to science.
GUESS WHAT, EXERCISE is definitely THE KING for getting you HAPPY and EXERCISE just may cure depression.
EXERCISE changes your...etc.
We were created to MOVE and...etc.
Unnatural life-style screws up...etc.
Increase in junk food...etc.
OBESITY on the rise...etc.
We hear about gun-control, control the violence in movies and video games because of the increase in violence across the country - but is that the solution?
We'll uncover some hard core facts that date back 10-15 years ago but was been swept under the rug until the lid flew off this past week.
The questions pondered in this show are:
Is there a natural and effective solution to antidepressants? What can we learn from fish about our children? Do fish have the answer to the increase in violence of all ages, race, and gender? Join us for an extremely thought-provoking show.
An adventure in discovering the simple truths and a step-by-step plan to achieve more from what you're already doing. When you take information and fashion it with truth, add a dose of humor, and a shot of oh yea, you have a recipe for success that is easy to follow.
It is more than taking care of your health, it is about living a healthy and passionate lifestyle that fills your desires.
twocanpete discusses the latest trend of 'shrimp on Prozac'. No this is not prescription drug abuse by crustaceans; it is the wholesale pollution of our waters with pharmaceutical drugs. You won’t believe how they got there! Tune in tonight at 10:00pm CST to find out more.
In light of the tragic death by suicide of worldwide comedic idol, Robin Williams, many of us have turned our attention to depression, mental illness, and how a growing number of people are suffering from both, with most of them going untreated. Suicide is far more common than we think.
Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the U.S.(more common than homicide).
Suicide is the third leading cause of death for ages 15 to 24 years.
22 U.S. soldiers a day take their own lives.
More than 90 percent of those who die by suicide had one or more mental disorders.
Let's learn how to recognize, understand, and prevent another suicide, particularly, if we are seeing symptoms of depression in ourselves or someone we care about. What is depression anyway?
Rolonda talks with Mental Health Activists Terrie WIlliams (Black Pain) and Psychiatrist Dr. Mary Bridges.
Also, Jake Clark, who founded “Save a Warrior” to help war-traumatized soldiers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorders.
And, Author of NATURE'S PROZAC, Judith Sachs, offers some natural remedies to help combat depression.
Plus, testimony from those suffering from depression tell the raw truth about the illness and how they and their families are dealing with the issue at home.
If you or someone you know needs help right now:
http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org or By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
In this show you’ll learn:
What sugar addiction and being sugar sensitive is all about.
Why your sugar addiction has more to do with your biochemistry than your willpower.
How food can be the healer when dealing with a sugar addiction.
Background and Guest Information:
You probably think your sugar addiction is about lack of willpower or discipline or motivation. It is not. It is about your biochemistry.
Sugar addiction is not a joke or a fad. It is a serious problem for your health and happiness.
Kathleen DesMaisons, Ph.D., is the bestselling author of Potatoes Not Prozac, The Sugar Addict’s Total Recovery Program, Your Last Diet, Little Sugar Addicts, and Your Body Speaks.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Dr. Kathleen DesMaisons as they discuss how being sugar sensitive means you have unstable blood sugar, and how it effects the way the rest of your body, especially your hormones, handles it.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health and strategies for planning your meals for you to live your life full of energy and vitality.
JOHN THOMPSON grew up in Rome where his fine body of work in the Italian film industry throughout the 1980s and 90s includes Franco Zeffirelli's Otello (two Oscar® nominations, Cannes Official Selection, American Critics Award); Claude D'Anna's Salome (Cannes Official Selection); Lina Wertmuller's Camorra (four Donatello Awards, Berlin Film Fest official entry); Liliana Cavani's Berlin Interior (Donatello Award, Berlin Film Festival official selection); Paul Schrader's The Comfort of Strangers (Cannes Official Selection) and Giuseppe Tornatore's Everybody's Fine (Cannes Official Selection). Thompson returned to Los Angeles to helm production for Millennium Films in 1998. Films he has produced or co-produced for Millennium include American Perfekt written and directed by Paul Chart (Cannes Official Selection); Susanna Styron's Shadrach (Venice Official Selection); Some Girl from Rory Kelly (Best Director Award, LA Independent Film Festival); Audrey Wells' Guinevere; George Hickenlooper's Big Brass Ring, as well as Prozac Nation, Nobody's Baby, The Replicant, Try Seventeen, Undisputed and other successful productions.
Continuing as Millennium Film’s Head of Production, Thompson has gone on to produce 16 Blocks, Wicker Man,The Mechanic, The Expendables Trilogy, Brooklyn's Finest, Righteous Kill, Rambo IV and box-office hit Olympus Has Fallen. Films slated for production are: the highly anticipated sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen, starring the original cast of Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Radha Mitchell and Finley Jacobsen; the equally lethal female expansion of The Expendables mercenaries, ExpendaBelles, Mechanic 2 starring Jason Statham; and My Owner’s Wedding, the romantic comedy starring Jessica Biel.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Put away the Prozac and zap the Zoloft! Jonathan Robinson has 50 sure-fire shortcuts to get you out of the doldrums and back to bliss in five minutes or less. Jonathan is the author of Find Happiness Now, and he'll be sharing how you can cultivate the happiness habit. And it won't take long. His fast-acting techniques will having you feeling great about yourself, improve your relationships, and inspire you to live your dreams. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Put away the Prozac® and zap the Zoloft®. If you want to be happier, Jonathan Robinson has 50 sure-fire shortcuts that will get you out of the doldrums and back into the joy zone within five minutes or less.
Want more reasons to read Find Happiness Now: 50 Shortcuts for Bringing More Love, Balance and Joy Into Your Life (Redwheel/Weiser/Conari, March 2014)? Because studies show that the #1 factor that leads to more money, health and love is happiness. Happy and highly fulfilled people make approximately $750,000 more over the course of their lives than unhappy people (in the same jobs!) They also live nine years longer and are more likely to find lasting love.
Indeed you can have it all, but you need to actively cultivate the happiness habit. Robinson has taught more than 100 million people simple ways to be happier through TV shows such as Oprah and CNN, and his nine bestselling books.
Robinson is a psychotherapist and a leading expert on how to be happy. Through his popular web site (www.FindingHappiness.com), seminars and media appearances, he gets his message across in powerful and unusual ways.
The following are the compiled results of various independent investigations into the United States Government’s Secret Programs of Human Experimentation. These human experiments were implemented and carried out by the United States Military and the Central Intelligence Agency against American citizens, without their knowledge or consent. There are many experimental programs being conducted in the present day and are currently classified.
The United States claims to be the world leader in medicine. But there's a dark side to western medicine that few want to acknowledge: The horrifying medical experiments performed on impoverished people and their children all in the name of scientific progress. Many of these medical experiments were conducted on people without their knowledge, and most were conducted as part of an effort to seek profits from newly approved drugs or medical technologies.
Today, the medical experiments continue on the U.S. population and its children. From the mass drugging of children diagnosed with fictitious behavioral disorders invented by psychiatry to the FDA's approval of mass-marketed drugs that have undergone no legitimate clinical trials, our population is right now being subjected to medical experiments on a staggering scale. Today, nearly 50% of Americans are on a least one prescription drug, and nearly 20% of schoolchildren are on mind-altering amphetamines like Ritalin or antidepressants like Prozac. This mass medication of our nation is, in every way, a grand medical experiment taking place right now.
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