Tag: treatment for depression

4 Serotonin Supplements to Treat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia Yourself

4 Serotonin Supplements to Treat Depression, Anxiety, and Insomnia Yourself

Research shows that when you’re consistently sad, pessimistic, or moody you may have a serotonin deficiency that you can treat yourself by using serotonin supplements. The 4 natural supplements presented here have all been shown to help treat serotonin deficiency symptoms such as depression, insomnia, and more by increasing serotonin

Little-Known Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease

After reviewing hundreds of studies, a panel of experts recently recommended to the American Heart Association that depression be added to the list of risk factors linked to heart disease. This list includes high blood pressure, high cholesterol and high blood sugar levels, obesity, diabetes, and smoking. The recommendation was

How to Overcome Depression

How to Overcome Depression

Medications are most often used to treat depression and are thought to improve mood by adjusting levels of the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that contribute to depression symptoms.
Although these drugs can be very effective at combating depression, they can have side effects. They may also interact in negative ways with other

How to Help Someone with Depression

How to Help Someone with Depression

Your intentions are good: You want to reach out to a friend or family member who’s showing serious signs of depression. But there isn’t always an easy answer for what to say, which actions to take, and, generally, on how to help someone with depression.
Your friend may not realize

Q&A: Cognitive Decline; Flu Season

Q. How can I help protect my brain against cognitive decline?
A. There are many ways you can help prevent brain aging and cognitive decline. We are only now learning from recent research that cognitive decline may in fact be a result of unhealthy lifestyle choices that can be avoided.  Some

The Benefits of Exercise on Depression

Studies of the effect of physical activity on depression tend to have design limitations and inconsistent findings. The subject is important, though, because physical activity is already known to reduce rates of mortality, stroke, and some cancers. If physical activity also could reduce depressive symptoms, it would be an even

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