Anxiety is a normal state of being for humans, and we all experience it to some degree now and then. It’s the body’s early warning system, designed to prepare us for danger. But sometimes this early warning system can go into overdrive, switching on when it’s not really necessary. Anxiety is a function of a… Continue reading The Subtle & Passive Signs Of Anxiety That People Should Be Aware Of
As the old saying goes, “You are what you eat!” Did you know that you have trillions of bacteria thriving in your body? Don’t let the word bacteria alarm you because we’re talking about good bacteria that can help keep your body and mind in balance. All of this “good bacteria” refers to your gut… Continue reading Brain Food: 5 Ways To Fuel Your Mind And Body
It’s 3 a.m., and you’re tossing and turning in bed again. This is the 3rd time this week that you’ve been up past midnight and you just can’t sleep. Soon, anxiety kicks in about your big meeting tomorrow and your alarm is set for 6 a.m. Now, you can feel your heart start to race… Continue reading Breaking A Vicious Cycle: Depression, Insomnia, and Anxiety
When you love someone, and they love you back, it’s a pretty amazing thing! Healthy relationships are built on open communication and trust which means you tell each other the good, bad, and everything in between. But, if you suffer from a mental health condition, it might not be so easy opening up. You might… Continue reading How to Talk To Your Partner About Your Mental Health & The Way You Feel
“We are seeing a worrying increase in harmful exposures to gabapentin and baclofen in U.S. adults over recent years,” an expert told Newsweek. Suicidal thoughts are among the potential side effects of both drugs, and chronic pain itself is linked to suicide attempts. This comes against a backdrop of suicide rates in the U.S. rising… Continue reading Drugs used to replace opioids linked with increase in suicide attempts across U.S.
Anxiety and Ketamine – How Ketamine Helps Treat Anxiety Are you currently suffering from anxiety? According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is presently being experienced by approximately 6.8 million adults across the United States. CNBC also reported on a 25% jump in anxiety-related book sales at Barnes &… Continue reading Anxiety and Ketamine – How Ketamine Helps Treat Anxiety
Neuropathic Pain as a shooting or burning pain. It might go away by itself but will often be chronic. It often is unrelenting and severe, and many times it comes and goes. It often happens to be the consequence of nerve damage or perhaps a malfunctioning nervous system. Neuropathic pain is sometimes nerve damage resulting… Continue reading What is Neuropathic Pain?
Abstract Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent psychiatric conditions. Despite many proven pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments available, high rates of partial response and low rates of long-term remission remain. Ketamine has been receiving increasing attention as an interventional treatment modality in psychiatry, especially among refractory conditions, including major depressive disorder. There is limited yet… Continue reading Efficacy and safety of ketamine in the management of anxiety and anxiety spectrum disorders: a review of the literature
Ketamine was originally approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an anesthetic, but is increasingly being used to treat mood disorders, such as treatment-resistant depression, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Several studies have also found it to be effective for treating suicidal ideation. “Ketamine can play an important role in the… Continue reading Ketamine: A Promising Novel Therapy for Anxiety and PTSD
Everyone experiences occasional feelings of anxiety at some point in their lives. For example, you might feel anxious before taking a test, while making an important decision such as buying a new car or new home, or when you are faced with a particularly challenging project at work. However, for anyone with an anxiety disorder,… Continue reading An Effective Anxiety Treatment that You Haven’t Tried
One of the most crippling aspects of anxiety is how isolating it can be. The feelings of fear, worry, and panic, can attack even the most self-assured person and make them feel desperately alone. The irony is that despite these feelings of isolation, anxiety is the most common mental illness in America today. More than… Continue reading What To Do When Holistic Treatments Don’t Work For Your Anxiety
AS SEEN ON: MENTAL HEALTH CARE MADE FOR YOU PTSD, anxiety and more. It’s estimated that there are more than 24 million Americans currently suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This mental health condition is triggered when a person experiences or witnesses a traumatic event. Symptoms can develop years later, or they can begin within… Continue reading PTSD Treatment Program Works Fast To End Years Of Suffering