What Causes Depression and How It Can Be Cured?

All of us feel low and sad once in a while, but we often confuse depression with sadness. It is very important to understand the difference between the general sadness and long-lasting depression. If you discover that your sadness is lasting for more than two weeks, particularly without a reason, in that case, prospects are high that you are suffering from depression. It is a serious problem which affects you in both ways, physically and mentally. Feeling irritated, anxious, persistent sadness, fatigue, lack of interest in hobbies and other day-to-day activities are some of the signs of depression.There are...

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The Vital Importance of Oxygen

The Vital Importance of Oxygen for Optimum Health The renowned biochemist scientist Dr. Otto Warburg may have discovered an underlying cause of all cancers over 50 years ago. He actually won two Nobel Prizes for discovering the clues as to why cancer develops. In 1931 Dr. Warburg won his first Nobel Prize for his work in proving cancer is caused by a lack of oxygen respiration in cells. He has shown that cancer cells cannot grow in a highly oxygenated environment. All normal body cells meet their energy needs by respiration of oxygen, whereas cancer cells...

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Celedrin – The Natural way to be Free from Pain

When most people think of Celadrin, what comes to mind is usually basic information that's not particularly interesting or beneficial. But there's a lot more to Celadrin than just the basics. Celadrin ? or cetyl myristoleate - is one of a number of supplements taken by arthritis sufferers, but it really came into its own recently when the government withdrew popular painkillers like Vioxx from the market due to health concerns. This left many arthritis suffers with no option but to consider an operation to relieve their pain. An operation ? or a supplement like Celadrin? Many decided to...

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The Truth About Omega 3 Benefits

Omega 3 fish oils have received some negative publicity recently. There were scares over potential contamination in fresh oily fish by mercury, though this has been refuted as an overly exaggerated issue. And more recently, a meta study, which is a 'study of studies', was published online that seemed to suggest that omega 3 benefits for heart health and cancer were not true. But Dr Ray Rice, a food scientist, dismissed the results. He said that despite the claim that 48 studies were reviewed, only 12 actually were, and of that 12, 3 or 4 should not have been included....

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Cancer: Are You a Believer?

First, we must settle one of two issues before you continue reading this article. The first issue is straight forward, a "direct-punch-to-the-nose" kind of a question: Do you believe cancer is "beatable?" I don't mean, "Sometime in the future..." I think everyone believes "some day", "somewhere", "someone" will discover the cure. Nor do I mean anything like, "Is cancer treatable where people temporarily overcome the disease through the burning of radiation, the surgeon's knife or the necessarily toxic effects of chemotherapy?" That we all know is possible.... No, my question is far more specific: In your opinion, is Cancer... Curable...Stoppable ...Conquerable... Whatever...

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Buying Discount Vitamins

There are a number of ways that you can find discount vitamins. The most common is to wait until your favorite vitamin store has a sale but this can be a rather difficult way to get a discount vitamin. The problem is mainly due to the discount time. Most discount vitamin offers only have a limited amount of stock available and it is a case of first-come, first-served. The other issue with trying to get these discount vitamin offers is that they are strictly time limited and again, you may miss out unless you find...

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The Truth About B Complex Vitamins

The B group of vitamins may be one of the most commonly misunderstood of the vitamins, simply because these are several distinct vitamins lumped together. The fact that the vitamins in this group are known by both letter and number becomes confusing to many people. It?s just often more difficult to remember numbers, meaning you may remember that it?s one of the ?B vitamins,? but not remember which number is associated with that particular one. It may help to find out that each of the B vitamins also has a name. ? B1 is also thiamin ? B2 is also riboflavin ? B3 is also...

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The Purpose of ‘Unhealthy’ Emotions

Anger, sadness, jealousy, hurt. Four unhealthy, unproductive, unpalatable emotions. But also, catalysts for transformation.Negative emotions are inevitable. No matter our temperament, we're all faced with emotions we would prefer not to have.They cause guilt and shame and compromise and pain and fear to emerge from within us. They bring unhappiness and anxiety into would-be happy, peace-lit lives.What and where is their purpose?Encouragement in Emotional PainFirst, pain is an encouragement, for God is in the pain. He is there with us as we experience it - His Presence beckons us to something better.Pain is stimulus for reflection, which is a...

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Importance of Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-occurring disorders or dual diagnosis refers to a condition where a person is suffering from two problems - usually a mental health problem and a substance abuse issue - existing side by side. A coexisting condition can appear in many different combinations, such as an eating disorder alongside a substance abuse problem. An individual suffering from depression could also be struggling with an addiction to drugs like heroin, cocaine, marijuana and so on.Nevertheless, while addressing a dual diagnosis case, sometimes doctors might attempt to treat one problem at a time. However, studies have shown that they have not been...

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The Positive Effects of Crying

Each one of us has every reason to cry. It could be due to an end of a friendship or a close relationship, frustration at work, or even when we are happy. However, after shedding a lot of tears, we do not realize its positive effects in our vulnerable psyche.Crying does not only cleanse us mentally but also sanitize our body because toxic substances produced by stress are released and help our body get rid of chemicals that raise our stress hormone.Tears can elevate our mood better than any antidepressant available since it has a self-soothing effect. The shedding...

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