Category Archives: Anxiety / Depression


Is Your Depression a Result of Hormonal Imbalance?

Does This Sound Familiar? Patient: “I’m just so tired all the time, and I feel anxious for no reason doc.” Doctor: “you may just be a little depressed…here’s a prescription.” According to a government study, antidepressants are prescribed more than drugs to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, or headaches. They are the most… Read More »


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Hidden Health Risks of Chronic Stress

When you think of stress, what comes to mind?  Work deadlines? Managing a hectic schedule? Raising children? The term “stress” simply equates to your body’s response to a stimulus, whether good or bad. Examples of good stress include the fight-or-flight response (also known as acute stress) or Eustress, the happy stress, such as weddings, getting a… Read More »


Could Your Anxiety be Hormonal?

Could Your Anxiety/Depression Be Hormonal?

Over the past two decades, anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medication use has skyrocketed! Back in 2010, statistics showed that more than 1 in 5 Americans were taking a medication for anxiety or depression, and that number has only continued to increase since then. Less than a third of Americans who are taking a antidepressants have actually… Read More »


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