Diet Causes Depression, this diet may help.

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April 5, 2018 by DEREK Food

– Last week, my Twitter feed was dominated by news about a “new organ” that has recently been discovered. Given how many centuries we’ve been conducting autopsies, this newsflash was rather hard to believe. The interstitium is not new, exactly, but its role has been greatly expanded. Once believed to a dense layer of collagen, it turns out these fluid-filled spaces might aid the spread of cancer tumors to lymph nodes.

 

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What Causes Anxiety and Depression?

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The Epidemic of Depression
We need to change the nature of work, community and wealth distribution.

By Michael Bader / AlterNet February 23, 2018, 2:27 PM GMT What causes depression and anxiety? I have been a practicing psychologist and psychoanalyst for almost 40 years and have seen hundreds of patients suffering from both. In my experience, some factors are obvious. People who suffer from depression and anxiety have experienced stresses and traumas in their development that predispose them to mood disorders.

 

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Reducing Stress At Work

 

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Stress experts often talk about “setting boundaries” between work and home. But in this day and age of mobile phones and other devices that connect us back to work 24/7/365, how is that even possible? Finding time to reduce your stress right when you get home can help you set these boundaries in a very practical way.

 

 

 

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Olympic Athletes Have Some Crazy Anxiety Dreams

 

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Everyone Has Anxiety Dreams. Olympic Athletes Have Olympic-Size Ones U.S. winter Olympians — whose sports can defy gravity and involve breakneck speeds on snow and ice — share some of their most common nightmares in a special NPR Up First podcast from Pyeongchang

MELISSA BLOCK, NPR
FEBRUARY 7, 2018, 1:18 PM
Olympic athletes have some crazy anxiety dreams.
Here are a few of the big questions hovering over the Pyeongchang Olympics, about to get underway in South Korea.

 

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Overcoming Your Manic, Late Night, Emotional, Compulsive, Eating Habits – Strategically

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How to bounce back from a slip in discipline.

Daniel Thomas Hind
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10:05pm. The doorbell rings.

Reflexively, I rise, nerves dulled. I don’t care to put on a shirt.

My cheeks are burning hot and sweat has gathered cold on my forehead, or it was already there.

I open the door and there stands the same Mexican delivery boy from an hour ago, 20 years old, holding a brown paper bag. I pretend not to acknowledge him.

This is no time to be upset. Chipotle has arrived! Dinner #2 for the night.  I say nothing, my eyeballs puffy and hand the kid a $20 bill.

 

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