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Detoxing And Weaning Off Ssris Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
Hayley Rautenbach

Millions of people worldwide suffer from depression, anxiety, and other mental conditions. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) can improve a wide variety of these conditions and, as a result, are commonly prescribed. SSRIs work by blocking a receptor in brain cells that reabsorb the chemical serotonin, thereby more of this chemical available to "amplify" its ability to send messages between nerve cells. Brain circuits that "run" on serotonin messaging are known to influence mood, but the exact way SSRIs improve depression isn't clear.


 
Ginkgo Biloba For Memory And Concentration
Jill R. Davies

Many people these days struggle with mental alertness, concentration and even memory retention. This article zooms in on the multiple ways that Ginkgo biloba may support brain function and prevent age-related memory loss.


 
How To Reset Your Nervous System In 60 Seconds
Sarah-Jane Farrell

Do you know your ACE score or that early adverse childhood experiences are where later chronic disease comes from. In the science of epigenetic, unpredictable chronic stress from early childhood makes you more likely to suffer from acute pain and chronic disease later in life. The good news is that through the mindfulness change process and integrative, functional medicine, you can reset your nervous system, heal your brain and no longer have your childhood biology become your biography.


 
Hypnotherapy For Children - A Wonderful Healing Tool
Leanne Pillay

Children are our most precious beings. Hypnotherapy is a natural and enjoyable process and is very effective for children in treating Many issue.


 
Meditation
Diana Smith

Just 15 minutes per day over a period of time will change your perception of your outer world. The anxiety and fear of living in this 3 dimensional world will dissipate as your vibration rises and the mundane things that got you down in the past will not impact you nearly as severely as they did prior to starting a daily meditation practice.


 
Red Pill Or Bue Pill?
Sarah-jane Farrell

In our instant gratification culture, there is an urban myth circling our news-feeds, e-mails and self-help articles. This myth takes form through the web usually called “5 life hacks to happiness’ or ‘Quick fix for depression” or “7 ways to ……”.

I would LOVE to tell you that there is a tablet you could take which solve all your problems, eliminate issues, dissolve the tough feelings, thoughts and emotions;
OR that in one easy step you could wash away the pain;
OR  a magic potion which will make the chaos creators in your life disappear…