Tag: depression

Antidepressants spike head injuries in Alzheimer’s patients

Alzheimer's disease can leave you down in the dumps. But don't rush to pop an antidepressant -- because according to a new study, these pills can increase your risk of injuring your brain from a fall.

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Tai Chi eases insomnia in breast cancer survivors

Nearly a third of breast cancer survivors struggle with chronic insomnia, but there's new hope for resting easier naturally -- because the latest research shows that the ancient Chinese art of [...]

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Light exercise eases depression

When you're having feelings of depression, it's tempting to spend the day on the couch. But according to a new study, you shouldn't give in to being a couch potato - because those who are the [...]

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Yoga helps ease major depression

Major depression is tough to shake. But you don't have to live in despair or risk the side effects of taking antidepressants, because a new study shows that practicing yoga can lift you out of [...]

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Preserve your memory with B vitamins

Korean scientists wanted to find out specifically whether an influx of B vitamins could ease the symptoms of mental decline and memory loss by decreasing a potentially harmful amino acid in the [...]

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Turn to Mother Nature for mood disorders

It turns out that there’s an arctic flower that can help you manage the mood disorders! Whether you’re experiencing stress, anxiety, or depression, here are three natural weapons to add to your [...]

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Walking reduces inflammation

Want to reduce inflammation? Take a short walk! All it takes is 20 minutes, according to a new study.

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Probiotics help manage anxiety and more

Taking probiotics when you’re feeling anxious or stressed-out can help you feel better – because when your belly bugs are happy, so are you! Here’s why taking this simple step is better than [...]

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Beat depression naturally

The number of adults on psychiatric medications for depression is ballooning, especially in seniors. Here are some ways of combating life’s ups and downs without getting that prescription filled.

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High heart rate linked to mental illness

Most people don’t think much about their heart rate or blood pressure… until there’s a problem. Unfortunately, it may not feel like anything is wrong until something more serious is already [...]

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