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If you're determined to avoid taking the medication route to get more sleep, you may want to consider some natural remedies for insomnia.
If you're really trying to get a handle on your anger, you may want to take a closer look at your diet.
A growing body of research supports mindfulness as an effective treatment approach for adults with PTSD
An abundance of research reveals that cognitive behavioral therapy can be very effective in treating adolescent depression.
New guidance from the American College of Physician suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy should be a "first-line" treatment for insomnia.
Sure, subjecting yourself to a grueling workout can help you shed those pesky pounds or build up your biceps - but can exercise actually stimulate physical changes in your brain?
For the millions of Americans who are battling mental health disorders, the choice between psychotherapy and psychiatric medications can be a challenging decision.
Conditions such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating are "bio-psychosocial disorders" - meaning that the root cause involves a complex array of genetic, behavioral, and social factors.
According to a variety of health statistics, approximately 10-15 percent of senior citizens experience some form of depression. Yet only two percent are diagnosed with major depression.
The symptoms of depression may be due to an underlying nutritional deficiency. For many, these deficiencies can be addressed through dietary changes or by taking supplements.
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