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by Michael T. Murray ND

Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

We’ve grown accustomed to taking pills when we feel bad–for headaches, insomnia, mild depression, indigestion, and the aches and pains of aging, to name a few common complaints. We’re so used to automatically reaching into our medicine cabinets for quick relief that we don’t stop to ask an obvious question: What’s causing the discomfort?


Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: The "quick fix" of opening the medicine cabinet for the instant gratification of symptom relief is causing far more damage to your body than you may realize. Instead of treating symptoms by masking them with drugs, go to a chiropractor and get your spine checked for spinal subluxations that are causing disease.



Editor´s Note from Julia Sanfilippo: Katie Dillon of lajollamom.com and I discuss migraines, pain, health insurance coverage, and the importance of maintenance acupuncture sessions in this short interview at my practice in La Jolla. Enjoy!



by Diane Renz, MA, LPC

In my psychotherapy practice I have counseled women post 40-years-old with various forms of insomnia, either difficulty getting to sleep, or waking middle of the night with mind racing -- unable to go back to sleep for hours, as well as, fitful sleep, filled with tossing turning, to full PTSD symptoms of nightmares and REM disorders. The process of regulating sleep is not found in a pill...


Editor's Note from Diane Renz: We are a sleep deprived society, which is associated with physiological disease - but more - we are missing the time our Spirit and Emotions need to process our fast paced lives, leading to outcomes of depression, anxiety, and feelings of emptiness. Create a new relationship to your sleep time by implementing some of these strategies for improved quality of sleep.




Editor's Note from Erica Curtis: Registered Art Therapist, Deb Shoemaker, shares how art therapy can positively impact those coping with depression or bipolar disorder.


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by Marlene Keel

Depression, sadness and grief are emotions experienced by many people at different times in their lives. How severe the feelings and how long they last varies between individuals. However most people suffering from depression or sadness can attest to the difficult or debilitating effects such emotions have on them and their lives...


Editor's Note from Christine Breen: Marlene is an experienced Flower Essence practitioner and here she offers her insights into how flower essences can assist in the treatment of grief and depression.



by Katy Lowe, MH

We all have them and for many it can become repetitive - like a cycle that you can't seem to break. 

By all means talk to your doctor if you feel you are seriously depressed - but know there is help available for those days when you feel blah and just can't shake it...


Editor´s Note: Half of the world live in a Hot Sunny location and the other half feel the dread of Cold Gloomy days. But it doesn't really matter where you live because so many people suffer from depression in one way or another. In figuring out the cause it is always beneficial to examine what is going on in your life. Are you at an age where your hormones are dramatically changing? It is also important to take note of what you are putting in your mouth as certain foods can affect our mood for better or worse. Lastly, not to be overlooked is Vitamin D, which we can naturally get from spending at least 15 minutes each day in the open air. Even amidst the clouds there is always the sun kissing us.



by Valerie Goodman, RYT

Yoga has the power to help your body heal itself. Depression and anxiety is a rampant issue in our society. Pharmaceutical advertisements for medicines to help one's depression are frequently seen on the television. Even more depressing is the new medicines being advocated...


Editor's Note: Do you ever find yourself struggling to handle anxiety and depression? In this informative article, Valerie Goodman reminds us to "Give yoga an opportunity to help you help yourself."




Editor´s Note from Julie Cerrato: Fatigue may originate from multiple sources that extend beyond bodily ailments. Several medical conditions do exist to creat bodily fatigue, however, often there is a mental or emotional component that drives the lethargy and may lead to a clinical depression. This video discusses some of the sources and signs of classic fatigue and offers two home remedies for strengthening and awakening. If you recognize some of these symptoms in your daily life, they may indicate a pattern of fatigue. Try one of these remedies and take steps to seek out assistance from a physician or Ayurvedic practitioner. Namaste



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