Kelly Brogan, M.D. – The medical field is developing some new insights that just might help us understand depression better.
Dr. Mercola – Foods have an immense impact on your body and your brain.
Dr. Mercola – 1 in 6 Americans between the ages of 18 and 85 were on psychiatric drugs in 2013, most of them antidepressants.
Elias Marat – Scientists and psychiatrists are embracing psychedelic drugs as “game-changers” in the fight to treat depression.
Mandy Froelich – Psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” continues to show promise as a natural treatment for anxiety and depression.
Rosanne Lindsay – Panic attacks and anxiety episodes are rising in the population.
Dr. Joseph Mercola – Antidepressants may be prescribed far too often, but natural remedies exist to help individuals get back on their feet.
Tracy Kolenchuk – If you want to cure depression, it is necessary to go outside of conventional medicine.
Elias Marat – What value does human life have in such a twisted world?
Mandy Froelich – Another natural antidepressant.
Caroline Slack – Some people are turning to the brew hoping to kick psychiatric drugs.
Sayer Ji – Depression is one of the most widely diagnosed conditions of our time.
Mae Chan – The myth that depression is caused by genetics has been firmly debunked.
Makia Freeman – Is this the next frontier in consciousness and well-being?
Olivia Remes – Do you know anyone who is going through this?
Tracy Kolenchuk – Depression is only incurable according to the bureaucracies of conventional medicine.
Jacob Devaney – Understanding the cocktail of chemicals that fuel our consciousness.
Nicholas Kardaras – Can ancient greek philosophy help cure depression and anxiety?
Anna Hunt – Too much time on social media may leave you feeling a little depressed. You may even view your life as somewhat lacking.
Christina Sarich – A comprehensive look at the links between acupuncture and mental health.