5 Ways To Recognize An Unhealthy Panic Disorder

Posted by Mellisa on July 1, 2014 in Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Research, Stress |

Panic disorder is one of several anxiety disorders that involve an intense, abrupt and oftentimes debilitating period of discomfort and fear. Panic disorders affect millions of men and women of all ages, and can be triggered by several situations or circumstances, real or imagined. Gerald Klerman of the World Psychiatric Association and author of the […]

From A to Z – 26 Easy ways to improve your health

If you are trying to get healthier, then you know how overwhelming all the information from all of the experts can be. Do this… Don’t do that. Blah Blah Blah.  What if it was as easy as A-B-C?  Like…. Avoid processed foods Breakfast Colorful Foods….. and so on. Here is the rest of the great […]

How to Conquer High Anxiety

Posted by Mellisa on March 13, 2014 in Anxiety, Brain Health, Mental Health, Research |

Some 40 million Americans regularly suffer from troubling levels of anxiety. Find out what triggers these episodes, how our bodies respond, and how you can remain calmer in the face of whatever life throws your way.   “Because we humans have prefrontal lobes, we can anticipate the future and make up a scenario that is […]

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Q-Tips: Meet the most powerful relaxation mineral available – Magnesium

Posted by Mellisa on May 10, 2013 in Anxiety, Nutrient Therapy, Nutrition |

As seen on Scoop.it – Health and Wealth News To Use Dr Mark Hyman goes into great detail as to the risks of magnesium deficiency and the benefits of a magnesium rich diet. According to Dr. Hyman: “A recent scientific review of magnesium concluded, “It is highly regrettable that the deficiency of such an inexpensive, […]

Q-Stories: When antidepressants and antipsychotics stopped working Nicole found a better answer

Nicole’s Story When she was younger, Nicole found herself exhibiting behaviors she knew were wrong and that didn’t represent her authentic self. She never seemed to be able to control them. She felt the behaviors had a force much stronger than she was. Nicole was finally diagnosed with several disorders, including postpartum psychosis, bipolar, borderline […]


Q – News: Studies confirm caffeine toxicity may be mistaken for Bipolar Disorder, ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety and even schizophrenia

  There is no doubt mental health issues have sky rocketed over the past couple of decades.  Doctors, bless their hearts are often baffled by the sudden and extreme onset of  “episodes” their patients come to see them about. So, they kindly refer them on to a Psychiatrist. This is where things start to unravel. […]

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How to naturally recover from depression

Many people struggle with symptoms of depression. Eventually they may even visit a Psychiatrist for more solutions. Unfortunately, the diagnostic tools used by psychiatrists are subjective and do not take into account the many biological imbalances that can and will affect brain function, mood, thoughts, attitudes, behaviors and more. This is a story that comes […]


True Stories: Study Shows How Eating Junk Food Causes Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression

Posted by Mellisa on January 3, 2013 in Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health, Research |

Researchers at the Montreal Diabetes Centre recently concluded a study of the effects of high fat foods / low fat foods on brain chemistry.  In a nutshell their findings say: Bad food causes changes in brain chemicals. Primarily it raises the levels of  a neurotransmitter called Dopamine. Dopamine enables the brain to rewards us with […]

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