Between 12-15% of pregnant and postpartum women experience depression. If you are pregnant or recently had a baby and are experiencing symptoms of depression or anxiety, consult a licensed healthcare professional. Dr. Beata Lewis and Moriya Jakobov, NP of Mind Body Seven in New York specialize in women’s health. Call (212 ) 621-7770 or book an appointment online today.
This is another blog in the Mind Body Seven series on couples counseling which we hope will help you to navigate the therapeutic options that exist for couples seeking support. Here we break down the specific of the Imago Dialogue step by step in order to give you a better sense of how and why it works.
Discontinuing psychotropic medication can be a difficult process, sometimes inducing what is called “discontinuation syndrome” wherein people experience headaches, nausea, dizziness, and other negative withdrawal effects. If you are considering tapering off of your medication, learn what to expect and work with a healthcare provider to ensure that you do everything you can to optimize the process.
If you are someone who suffers from PMS or PMDD, you likely already know how important it is to have effective treatment options that address often painful and disruptive symptoms. Read on to learn more about the causes PMS and PMDD and the ways that Chinese Medicine is providing relief for women through acupuncture.
Today we are exploring one of several therapeutic options available to couples looking for relationship support- Imago Therapy. The team at Mind Body Seven knows that mental healthcare is not ‘one size fits all,’ and we hope that this series on couples counseling will give you insight into some methods that may work for your relationship.
Could a high fat, low carb diet be an effective approach to dementia prevention and care? Rates of dementia are the highest they have ever been and scientists are still looking for a cure. In this article we explore how a ketogenic diet may be an effective integrative treatment for this debilitating disease.
At least 25% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D. Find out why vitamin D is important for your mental health and how to meet the recommended daily dose. While sunlight provides the most vitamin D naturally, too much sun exposure provides its own risks and so many people turn to vitamin D supplements.