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Category: Mental Health

Five Physical Strategies For Stress Relief

Cultivate regularity in eating times, retiring, and waking. Melatonin, thyroid stimulating hormone, and the stress hormone cortisol run largely on a circadian (daily) rhythm. Normally in women, the menstrual cycle interacts with circadian processes to help control the expression of hormonal rhythms and sleep organization at different menstrual phases.

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Overcoming Anxiety: Try Natural Remedies

Get a Good Medical Evaluation

Physical problems like overactive thyroid activity, other hormonal imbalances, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart failure, heart valve prolapse, vitamin B12 deficiency, withdrawal of certain drugs, and other problems could be the source of anxiety and should be ruled out by a competent physician and appropriate testing.

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Is Your Diet Making You Depressed?

Depression is a devastating disorder, afflicting up to 10% of the adult population in the United States and representing one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Although effective treatments are available, approximately one third of all patients with depression fail to respond to conventional antidepressant therapies. Depression is often reoccurring and can become chronic. Your diet can either fuel depression or help you to recover from it!

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Are You Lonely Tonight?

Loneliness raises levels of circulating stress hormones and levels of blood pressure. It can gradually undermine regulation of the circulatory system so that the heart muscle works harder and the blood vessels are subject to damage by blood flow turbulence.

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