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Depression and Sleeping Disorders

Troubled sleep, insomnia, and oversleeping are classic symptoms of clinical depression. While not all depressed people have sleep disorders, many do. When evaluating patients for depression, doctors typically ask about sleep patterns as part of the diagnosis.

Magnesium treats depression better than antidepressants drugs

Currently, in the world, there are an astounding 350 million people who are suffering from some form of depression. That’s 5% of the world population. As this condition becomes a more popular diagnosis, there need to be alternatives to the common antidepressant prescription.

This is how your stress turns into illness

Certain types of stress interact with immune cells and can regulate how these cells respond to allergens, ultimately causing physical symptoms and disease, a new study suggests...

A working mothers stress has now been measured

Here’s some validation for working mothers: university research has shown their sense of stress is measurable – they are 18 per cent more stressed than other people...  

Science proves Meridians exist

For centuries the ancient wisdom keepers and healers in several traditions had a keen understanding of the energetic body. The healing traditions from China...

How our emotions affect our health

In each moment of every day, a conversation is taking place inside us that’s one of the most vital we will ever find ourselves engaged in. It’s the silent, often subconscious...