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eating disorder

When people think of eating disorders, they’ll usually think about anorexia or bulimia. Both are fairly well known in the public eye, and most people have a good idea of their general signs and symptoms. They’re also both very serious and life-threatening diseases. But neither is the most common eating disorder. According to the National […]

Kratom therapy to painkillers
09-13-16 Category: Addiction, Therapy, Treatment

Kratom is an herbal medicine that comes from a tropical tree indigenous to Southeast Asia, where it is widely known as “nature’s Vicodin.” In the United States, it has become increasingly available and used for its stimulant, analgesic and opioid-like effects for the self-treatment of opioid withdrawal symptoms and cravings, chronic pain, fatigue, depression, anxiety […]

emerging treatment for depression
09-08-16 Category: Depression rehab, Research, Treatment

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an emerging treatment for depression and other mental issues. The method works by placing an electromagnetic coil next to the scalp. The coil delivers a magnetic pulse, stimulating the nerve cells in the region of the brain involved with regulating emotions and mood. Recently, Fisher Wallace Laboratories introduced a wearable […]

Depression rehab

Depression’s easy to write off. The word sure gets tossed around a lot. Bad day at work? Depressing. Saw a sad movie? Depressing. Cloudy weather? Depressing! But depression is much more serious than a passing bad mood. The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) estimates nearly 15 million American are affected by major depressive disorder […]

Opioid treatments
08-26-16 Category: Research, Substance Abuse, Treatment

The opioid epidemic is a top killer in the United States, costing more people their lives than automobile accidents. The Unites States is the leading country in opioid addiction in the world. About 80 percent of the world’s opioid supply is consumed in the United States. It is difficult to read or watch the news […]

08-10-16 Category: Mindfulness, Treatment

Prostate cancer, while deadly, often grows very slowly. Some individuals who develop prostate cancer will never even experience symptoms from it, while others will encounter symptoms that are more uncomfortable than dangerous. Researchers estimate that many men who are being aggressively treated for prostate cancer would instead benefit from active surveillance, a treatment regimen that […]

psychology behind dangerous drivers
07-06-16 Category: Psychiatry, Research, Treatment

Driving is dangerous. In 2014, a total of 29,989 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. resulted in 32,675 deaths. Many of those who contributed to these fatal crashes were repeat offenders, or individuals who regularly drove while drunk, drove over the speed limit or otherwise engaged in other reckless behaviors while driving. “Surprisingly, these […]

Vietnam War veterans kicked their addiction

“That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history.” – Aldous Huxley The military and President Nixon’s White House had a problem in 1971. The contested U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War was coming to a close, and the administration wanted to […]

Magic mushrooms
06-30-16 Category: Depression rehab, Research, Treatment

They’re known popularly as “magic mushrooms,” but the name refers to the active ingredient found in certain fungi. Psilocybin is a psychedelic compound that has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years – as well as a party drug in more recent times. However, a new study may show a new role for […]

Exposure therapy for PTSD
06-27-16 Category: Treatment

A recent study has found that individuals with PTSD who have a larger hippocampus are more likely than other PTSD patients to benefit from exposure-based therapy, a common treatment method for the disorder. The results of this study were published in the journal Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. The study The research team was led by Mikael […]

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