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Americans Are Struggling with Life
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Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki discuss many of the challenges we face in the US that cause stress, anxiety and depression. Life in the fast track with materialistic rather than service oriented values lead to confusion and frustration regarding what life's purpose is. We have lost our sense of what life is about and generally aimlessly pursue goals ...

Beyond psychotherapy: Amazing applications of mind-body medicine
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Beyond psychotherapy: Amazing applications of mind-body medicine There is an epidemic of anxiety and depression. Today's world is filled with emotional challenge. How many families do you know that aren't dysfunctional? And who do you know that has not spent time with a counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist at some time in their life? In ...

Bullying Linked to Family Violence
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Both bullies and their victims are more likely to live with violence at home and are associated with increase likelihood of suicide, substance abuse, and poor academic achievement. Kids don't often have the tools needed to deal with domestic abuse and do the best they can to cope with situations that they are ill-equipped to manage. It ...

Dealing With Stress and Teenage Alcohol
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The reasons why many teenages are stressed out and choose alcohol to relieve stress are reviewed. Our dysfunctional cultural values are the driving force leading to anxiety, frustration, and depression. Our educational system is discussed and solutions offered.

Dealing with Worry with David McArthur
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Our society is very demanding and leads to challenges that are difficult. The first thing to consider is the anxiety related to the problem that blocks solving the issue and challenges physiology. Listening and caring are powerful tools to support solutions. Breathing through the heart is explained. HeartMath is discussed.

Free Your Breath and Free Your Life with Dennis Lewis
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The breath is the force of life energy in many traditions and it reflects much about who we are and how we are. If we notice how we breathe, we can take action to consciously shift it in ways that can help us relax. Abdominal and chest breathing is reviewed and correlated with sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation.

Headache Overview
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Headaches can be divided into types and their treatment varies with each type; this is reviewed. Over the counter drugs are commonly used but are not completely safe. Over use of many drugs can lead to addiction. Both mainstream and CAM approaches to manage headaches are discussed. In particular, infrared light therapy is discussed. Integrative ...

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) and Beyond Mammography
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The Women's Health Initiative documented that instead of preventing breast cancer, heart attacks, and strokes that it did just the opposite. The story behind the creation of HRT is shocking and Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki share it. The financial greed of big pharma is exposed. Yet women need help with their symptoms of menopause that make their ...

How is the Quality of Your Sleep
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The importance of sleep in restoring and maintaining health are discussed. Insomnia has been linked to hypertension, diabetes, cancer, & arteriosclerosis by causing inflammation. Mechanisms are explained.

HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy)
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HRT has been exposed as a dangerous treatment through the Women's Health Initiative Study. HRT is associated with an increased incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks, strokes, and thromboses. Natural hormone replacement is discussed. The specific problems with HRT are reviewed and a rational approach for using hormones is presented.

Impotence
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There are many ways to evaluate and treat impotence that range from drug therapies to nutrients and supplements or even surgery.

Insomnia Overview
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Insomnia is absolutely essential for good health and we all need between 7-8 hours every night. Lack of sleep leads to a state of inflammation and high levels of stress hormones that lead to a wide range of diseases that include type 2 diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, heart attacks, strokes, cancer, obesity and much more. It also aggravates ...

Menopause Overview
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There is an epidemic of menopausal syndrome today. Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings, and osteoporosis are now common and often difficult to treat. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been shown to be dangerous because of an increase in the incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks, strokes, and thromboses. Mainstream ...

Methamphetamine Addiction
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Methamphetamines are widespread, highly addictive, difficult to get off, and easy to manufacture at home. Legislation is not likely to solve the problem. It is necessary to deal with why people use drugs in the first place. Its use is related to anxiety, depression, frustration with life, peer pressure, curiosity etc. We need appropriate ...

Middle Aged Running Speed Predicts Heart Attacks
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How fast you can run a mile at age 55 is predictive of your risk for a heart attack. If you can run a mile in 15 minutes your lifetime risk of a heart attack is 30%. If you can run a mile in 8 minutes, your risk is under 10%. Exercise benefits our risk for hypertension, type 2 diabetes, being overweight, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and ...

More Problems With Antidepressants: Do They Cause Cancer?
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A meta-analysis of 61 studies that was published in the prestigious Public Library of Science looked at the relationship between antidepressant usage and breast and ovarian cancer. There was a statistically significant increase in risk for both these cancers in women on SSRI antidepressants. The findings remain controversial because women ...

Prescription Drug Addiction
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Prescription drug addiction is more common than street drugs. Many patients become dependent on anti-anxiety, antidepressant, and analgesic medications and have great difficulty getting off of them.

Preview: Stress Anxiety and PTSD
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Stress in the short term boosts our ability to cope with stress, but when it becomes longterm it creates major problems with our health. When we're stressed and don't have the tools to deal with it, we repress the situation but it remains in our bag of problems. This can lead to PTSD. It is possible to identify and re-address these problems ...

Preview; Menopause Overview
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There is an epidemic of menopausal syndrome today. Hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings, and osteoporosis are now common and often difficult to treat. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been shown to be dangerous because of an increase in the incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks, strokes, and thromboses. Mainstream ...

PTSD Treatment for Veterans
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PTSD in the military is severely underappreciated and undertreated by the government. Many of our homeless are our vets who have untreated PTSD. PTSD is also very common in the US. By using a combination of psychotherapy with other modalities of treatment can be very effective.

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