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VIDEO: Why Doctors Kill Themselves

Physicians in the United States are more than twice as likely to kill themselves as non-physicians. Founder of the ideal medical care movement Pamela Wible shares why, in order to heal patients, physicians must first heal their profession, and what can happen if they do not.

 

 

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Sleep Duration and Depression

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sleep-55792_1280The relationship between sleep and depressive illness is complex – depression may cause sleep problems and sleep problems may cause or contribute to depressive disorders.

Insomnia is very common among depressed patients. Evidence suggests that people with insomnia have a ten-fold risk of developing depression compared with those who sleep well.

The “normal” amount of sleep for any individual is age dependent and determined by the amount required to maintain physiological homeostasis and daytime alertness. Studies of humans in environmental isolation suggest 7 to 9 hours per night encompasses read more…

Video: The Five Biotypes of Depression and Advanced Nutrient Therapies with William Walsh, PhD

William Walsh is a key scientist driving the development of nutrient-based psychiatry, and president of the Walsh Research Institute. His book, Nutrient Power, describes advanced nutrient therapies for autism, behavioral and learning disorders, depression, and Alzheimer’s Disease. He has developed biochemical therapies that are used by doctors around the world. 

This presentation for the American Nutrition Association discusses the five biotypes of depression, and new ways to treat it, born from new understanding about epigenetics and methylation.

 

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Neuroendocrine Imbalances & Depression

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Mild to moderate depression affects up to 10% of the U.S. population. Depression is the third most reported chronic health condition in the U.S.; most family practice providers, internists, and specialists will see some degree of mood disorders in their practices. Virtually all clinical reports on mood disorders identify neurotransmitter imbalances as contributors to either the root cause or the symptoms of depression and anxiety. Addressing neurotransmitter imbalances is a highly effective approach for successful clinical outcomes in terms of targeted treatment, cost and compliance.

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Depression, Inflammation and Pain…The Clinical Link to Success

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In clinical practice we routinely work with patients who are depressed, and also suffering from
inflammation frequently coupled with life altering pain. While an individual patient may present with a
single concern, exploration of their overall chemistry often reveals multiple co­morbid variables.

Depression and inflammation are strongly correlated, as demonstrated by a 2013 peer­reviewed
report. The clinical findings of this report revealed significantly higher inflammatory index scores (a
composite score including the inflammatory markers tumor necrosis factor­α (TNF­α), interleukin­6 (IL­
6), interleukin­10 (IL­10), and C­reactive protein (CRP)) in individuals with major depressive disorder read more…

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