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    Demands in Relationships: How to Balance Priorities

      By: Christopher Hires Relationships can be challenging in many ways. A common type of difficulty found in relationships is nurturing a balance between priorities and demands. Priorities are those aspects of life that are important to you and that you want to invest time doing. Priorities are important in that they help us develop

    • 30 MAR 22
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    Communication is Key

      BY: Rhoda Ondov Communication is central to our interaction with others. It allows us to understand and be understood. The word itself comes from the Latin for “common” and “sharing.” It is the foundation of Marriage and Family Therapy, which holds the systemic view that we are a part of a web of relationships.

    • 16 MAR 22
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    How Stress and Anxiety Affect Your Health

    How Stress and Anxiety Affect Your Health

    We all know that stress and anxiety can be a huge drain on our energy levels, but what many people don’t realize is that these emotions can also have a serious impact on our health. In this blog post from FxMed Centers in New Jersey, we will discuss four ways that stress and anxiety can

    • 07 MAR 22
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    Why Nutrition Matters In Health 

    A quick and easy way to help increase your health is to boost your nutrition. By changing your diet, taking vitamins, and taking supplements, you can improve your nutrition every day, and in turn, increase your health. If you want to learn more about the health benefits of good nutrition, keep reading or check out

    • 25 FEB 22
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    Sleep deprivation and its association with amplified negative emotions

      Sleep deprivation and its association with amplified negative emotions Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury Tags: Sleep deprivation, Anxiety, Depression, Mood disorders   No matter where you are or what you do, escaping those one or two sleepless nights may seem inevitable! In fact, a latest study claims that 1 in 3 people in the United States

    • 02 DEC 21
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    The Power of the Vagus Nerve in Healing Trauma

    The Power of the Vagus Nerve in Healing Trauma Lizzie Delfeld Tags: Vagus Nerve, Trauma, Healing, Nervous System Do you ever feel stuck? Do you ever feel like, no matter how hard you try, you always find yourself in similar problem situations? Maybe you just can’t help but get angry at the car that cuts

    • 15 NOV 21
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    Postpartum Depression and Psychosis: The Monster that’s much more than just Baby Blues

    Postpartum Depression and Psychosis: The Monster that’s much more than just Baby Blues Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury Tags: Postpartum depression, PPD, Infant care, Child birth, Infant development, Postpartum care, Postpartum psychosis  Postpartum depression (PPD) is not only a major global health concern but also the most ubiquitous complication associated with child birth. According to a review

    • 15 OCT 21
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    Benefits of Caffeine: How Caffeine Improves Brain Function and Activity

    Benefits of Caffeine: How Caffeine Improves Brain Function and Activity

    Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury Tags: Brain, Brain activity, Brain function, Dopamine, Serotonin, Adenosine antagonist, Coffee benefits, Caffeine benefits, Benefits of caffeine, Psychoactive drug  Take a guess! What do you think is the most popular psychoactive drug in the whole wide world?! Coffee has been the staple non-alcoholic beverage of America since Captain John Smith, the founder

    • 24 SEP 21
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    Functional Medicine for Depression: Could Functional Medicine be the Ultimate Solution?

    By Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury Tags: Functional medicine for depression, Functional medicine, Depression, Mental health, Major depressive disorder, SSRI, DSM-V, TSH, Gut microbiome   A latest report released by Mental Health America (MHA) in 2021 states that around 10 percent of the youth population in the United States suffer from severe major depression. Additionally, based on

    • 30 JUL 21
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    What kind of diet is right for you?

    What kind of diet is right for you? This is a question that I get asked by almost everyone who finds out what I do for a living, and rightfully so! There is so much confusion around what to eat and how to eat that many people simply don’t make any changes because they don’t

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