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Category Archives for Mental Health

Monthly Book Review – Ramesh Monocha – Silence Your Mind

Meditation has been something that’s interested me since my teens years, with all the well known benefits to one’s health and well being that a regular meditation practice is supposed to bring, who wouldn’t be at least a little interested? That being said, I’ve still not really found a meditation practice that I feel is […]

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HVR 01: How Gut Health Influences Everything From General Well Being, To Mental Health

Summary Why are probiotics not necessarily good for your gut? Is there really a bacteria that can hijack the brain to change behavior? These questions and others are answered as John Brisson shares his expertise on how important gut health is to overall health and well being and some great pointers for people wanting to […]

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Monthly Book Review November 2016 – Nutrient Power

This month’s book review will be taking a look at William Walsh’s Nutrient Power. This book was a real eye opener for me in understanding how different types of nutritional imbalances causes by genetic and epigenetic factors can create different types of mental/emotional health issues including depression and all the way up in intensity to […]

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Monthly Book Review October 2016 – Self Help For Your Nerves

For this month’s book review, I’ve chosen one of the classics, Dr Claire Weekes’ “Self Help For Your Nerves”. This book originally written in 1962 has become rather famous in the anxiety relief community. It’s age old wisdom, and the fact that Claire Weekes herself went through her own journey with anxiety means that it’s a […]

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Relaxation 101 – How To Activate The Parasympathetic Nervous System

Understanding the science of how the nervous system works is not only a fascinating area of study but it can be greatly beneficial to increasing your ability to consciously relax at will. If you can relax more easily at will, then think of all the trickle down benefits that this ability will have within all […]

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Acceptance And Commitment Therapy – An Elegant & Powerful Psychological Model

ACT or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is something that I’d heard of probably many years ago, but for some reason only just recently started to learn about and apply to my life. I guess challenging times will pique your interest to things which can help you, and you’ll be more finely tuned to the methods […]

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My Pyroluria Story – A Journey From Copper Toxicity To Tranquility

The purpose of this page is in both the expression of my own personal Pyroluria story, and eventually in the creation of a kind of “all in one resource page on Pyroluria” which I really hope can help many find the answers they are looking for regarding overcoming this difficult, but manageable blood disorder which has […]

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