Tag Archives: psychiatry

Margot Kidder’s Alternative Approach to Bipolar

Margot Kidder was an important voice in advocating for alternative mental health. Continue reading

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Nutritional Therapies for Mental Wellness

I came across this wonderful scientific article that was published in Nutrition Journal and I found it very comprehensive and useful. It includes specific nutrients and dosages for treatment of OCD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression. Continue reading

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Antibiotics and Depression

Research has shown that just ONE course of antibiotics raises the risk of depression. I had a recent experience that reminded me of just how true this is. Continue reading

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4 Things Your Psychiatrist May Not Have Told You

Here are four things your psychiatrist may not have mentioned to you about psychiatric medications, but that are very important for you to know. Continue reading

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The Secret is Out

Here’s what I wish everyone who is suffering from mental illness knew right now: You can heal your depression and anxiety simply by taking a few nutrients that are right for your biochemistry. Continue reading

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Simple Genetic Test to Help Identify Root Causes of Depression

Instead of trying to guess what supplements will work for someone who is depressed, a simple saliva test will help practitioners identify treatment options quickly and effectively. This will save thousands of people from suffering through trying treatments that aren’t suitable for them. Continue reading

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