CATEGORY: Anxiety


Neuroimaging and the news it brings for the treatment of depression

There are many different ways to treat depression including talk therapy and antidepressant drugs. Depression, especially what is called clinical depression is one of the most difficult illnesses to have. Many people who are clinically depressed find that their support[...]
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Brain Drain – New Research Shows How Your Brain Stays Healthy

How toxic protein waste is removed from your brain every day, and how regular sleep helps this process. An article in Scientific American, from March of 2016 provides amazing new research about how the brain works to keep itself healthy[...]
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Can You Get Over an Addiction?

Addiction may often be an attempt at self -regulation through self medication. It could be legal or illegal based on what society thinks is OK to crave or seek these substances. Remember addiction is a medical issue not a legal[...]
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Medical Treatments for Insomnia

Humans spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping. This eight hours of every day has a function and is necessary for healthy mind body and emotions. The work that is done in your sleep includes repair of cells that are damaged,[...]
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Characteristics of People with Blood Type B

Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss the health implications and exercise considerations for individuals with the blood type B. We know that individuals with Type B blood do not handle viruses as well as those with other blood types.[...]
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Sex, Orgasm, and Intimacy

Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss recent research on sex, orgasm, and intimacy. They discuss the benefits of testosterone supplements for patients that are suffering from difficulties in their sexual experience. One of the interesting facts about sex is[...]
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Mood, Memory, and Menopause

Dr. Kathy Maupin and Brett Newcomb discuss the developing shift in medical and research thinking in which female patients are beginning to receive separate consideration than male patients. They also discuss how this shift in research affects the post-menopausal female[...]
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Preventing Cognitive Decline

We continue our conversation about cognitive decline, outlining effective prevention measures that prove to be helpful in maintaining a long, healthy, and productive life. To Think or Not to Think... That is the Question. In this podcast, we continue our [...]
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Causes of Cognitive Decline

We discuss the recent advances by Dr. Kenneth Janson regarding senility, how to prevent Alzheimer's and causes of cognitive decline Is Becoming Addled Inevitable? Cognitive Decline (inability to think) is something that all of us fear and most of us[...]
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Anxiety and Hormonal Imbalance

We answer a viewer's question about how her doctor should treat her anxiety and hormonal imbalance This week we are continuing to present questions and comments submitted by our listeners. If you have comments to make or questions to ask[...]
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