Tag: mental health

Worldwide Studies Find Vitamin B “Significantly” Reduces Symptoms Of Mental Disorders

By Marco Torres We cannot escape the reality that in developed nations, people are often overfed and undernourished. A growing body of literature links dietary choices to brain health and the risk of psychiatric illness. B vitamins are required for proper functioning of the methylation cycle, monoamine production, DNA synthesis, and maintenance of phospholipids such…

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A Critique of an On Point Radio Show Featuring Two Academic Psychiatrists

By Gary G. Kohls, MD Duty to Warn – A Response to a Radio Interview With Two Academic Psychiatrists [Yesterday] morning I listened, with a lot of frustration, to the usually very informative and usually quite balanced morning radio interview program “On Point Radio with Tom Ashbrook”. The program “revealed” supposedly new information about the high…

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The Tragic Story of Dr Loren Mosher’s Soteria Project and the Plot to Kill It

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, special guest to Natural Blaze “Psychiatry has been almost completely bought out by the drug companies…We’re so busy with drugs that you can’t find a nickel being spent on [non-drug] research.” – Dr Loren Mosher Psychiatrist Loren Mosher (who earned medical degrees from both Harvard and Stanford) was the highly esteemed…

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The Drugs May be the Problem – Inconvenient Truths About Big Pharma and the Psychiatric Industry

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, special guest to Natural Blaze “We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it.” — Patrick Henry (1775) “It would be…

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6-Year-Old Gets Locked Up in Mental Institution for Throwing Temper Tantrum

By AnonWatcher 6-year-old Nicolas found himself escorted from his elementary school by police after he threw a temper tantrum. For the next 3 days, he was tormented and left in solitary confinement. In Jacksonville, Florida, a 6-year-old boy, Nicolas, was locked away in a psychiatric hospital for throwing a temper tantrum at school. Once reported, police took…

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New Study: Now 1 in 6 American Adults Takes Antidepressants or Other Psych Drugs

By Melissa Dykes The number used to be one in ten, but according to new data, one out of every six adult Americans is taking antidepressants or some other type of psychiatric drugs now. What that breaks down to is “Overall, 16.7 percent of 242 million U.S. adults reported filling one or more prescriptions for…

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Psychological And Spiritual Benefits Of Psilocybin

By Wes Annac, Editor, Culture of Awareness & Openhearted Rebel Psilocybin, the natural hallucinogenic compound found in various species of psilocybin mushrooms, has been found to treat depression, anxiety, and other serious mental illnesses. As we’ll learn, extensive research into its benefits was lost by the 70s due to its classification as an illegal drug….

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Your Rhythm of Breathing Controls Emotional Judgement and Fear

By Joe Battaglia Air is necessary for life and it aids in healing, but proper breathing can do so much more. Full, free breathing is one of the most powerful keys to enhancing physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered for the first time that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity…

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Avoiding Existential Crisis and Spiritual Struggle Linked to Poor Mental Health

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Trying to answer the “big questions” of life and grappling with spiritual matters are things everyone typically goes through at some point. An existential crisis deals with questions of our existence – Why am I here? What is my purpose in life? Are we alone? Is there a God? What happens when you die? Are…

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