Tag: antidepressants

The Untold Secret: How Oxidative Stress Affects Depression and Anxiety

Does your diet cause depression and anxiety? Surprisingly, many researchers and scientists are finding a strong connection between the foods we eat and depression. While it isn’t yet as straightforward, in terms of findings, there is concrete evidence that nutritional deficiencies from a poor diet…

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The Anxiety Epidemic, Antidepressants, and CBD Part III Cannabis: the Essential Relief of Being Connected

By Susan Boskey (This is the final of a three-part series: The Anxiety Epidemic.  Read Part I and Part II.) “We are not humans having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” ~Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Modern society is so far…

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Medicine Residue Is Everywhere in Our Rivers and Lakes – and Fish Are Behaving Strangely

By Daniel Ross / Independent Media Institute For all the well-documented sources of environmental pollution—think chemical manufacturers, energy plants, mining operations and agricultural processes—there’s another major source of contamination that continues to get short shrift by those charged with protecting the nation’s waterways and the public’s health: Pharmaceuticals…

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Amazonian psychedelic may ease severe depression, new study shows

By Luís Fernando Tófoli, Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Dráulio Barros de Araújo, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil), and Fernanda Palhano-Fontes, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil) “Leon” is a young Brazilian man who has long struggled with depression. He keeps…

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Ketamine is Good at Treating Depression and Here’s How We Think it Works

By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze As more and more evidence demonstrating that ketamine, a veterinary anesthetic used recreationally by many people, can actually produce benefits, scientists are increasingly looking at the possibility that ketamine can be used to treat disorders like depression. Many casual ketamine users have…

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The Making of a Sociopathic Killer: A List of Risk Factors for School Shooters

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze (And The FBI’s Deadly, Deceptive Blind Spot) “Our hopeless, futureless, jobless, parentless, abused, neglected, over-indulged, unloved, sleep-deprived, mal-nourished, over-vaccinated, over-drugged and bullied “loners” represent what can be considered America’s new normal.” Ho hum, there was another mass…

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