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Magnesium: The Safe First Line of Defense for Clinical Depression

By Arjun Walia | This article was written by Ali Le Vere for Greenmedinfo.com. It’s republished here with their permission. For more information from Greenmedinfo, you can sign up for the newsletter here. The science supporting the efficacy of magnesium for major depression and other psychiatric disorders, testing for magnesium deficiency, and which forms and dosages are most effective. Depression, a life-threatening psychiatric disorder, lies at the confluence of ...

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Legitimate Evidence That Clutter Causes Anxiety & Stress

By Richard Enos | Clutter in our home or office certainly does cause stress, according to an article inPsychology Today. Psychologist Sherrie Bourg Carter lists the following 8 reasons that stress may ensue from a cluttered environment: Clutter bombards our minds with excessive stimuli (visual, olfactory, tactile), causing our senses to work overtime on stimuli that aren’t necessary or important. Clutter distracts us by drawing our ...

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Try This Super Simple Breathing Technique To Help Alleviate Anxiety & Depression

By Alanna Ketler | The breath is one of the most underrated and under-utilized methods of healing. Breathing comes naturally to us, we do it without thinking, which is why it is not something we generally think of as a way to connect deeply with ourselves, calm our anxieties or even reach higher levels of consciousness. Something as simple as breathing ...

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Confessions of a Failed ‘Goodist’ – Mary Daniels (TEDx)

In this engaging, funny and thought-provoking talk Mary Daniels shares her trials and tribulations that have come from being a self-confessed ‘Goodist’.. Don’t miss Mary’s up and coming talk at Gathering of Minds!  See below.. LEARN FROM OTHER WORLDS  THE UNIVERSE WITHIN – MARY DANIELS 28th London | E1 12 – 6.30 “We are the cosmos made conscious and life is ...

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5 RESOLUTIONS I’M GLAD I STUCK TO IN 2017

MARK DENICOLA | 1. I Stopped Running From My Problems We all have problems, and boy oh boy did December 2016 me have some doozies, most of which he feared irrationally. While I can’t say choosing to address them was always an easy thing to do, I can say the relief that came shortly after it was monumentally better than the ...

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Home Office splits woman from her kids and husband – 10 months after she gives birth to their daughter

Dan Newton, 41, from Oldham, had a job in corporate training in Abu Dhabi but his contract was ended without warning in June. His wife, who is originally from Ecuador, has been denied a visa in the UK. The parents of three young children risk being torn apart – because the husband has lost his job overseas and his wife ...

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Trapped in the four walls – Technology Vs Space

Kaysen Asante | The four walls Our evolution in housing and industrialisation is mainly designed as a four wall concept. Imagine sitting in your house. Your house is four walls, the living room has four walls, the toilet has four walls, the bathroom has four walls, even the garden has four walls. Then most of us travel to work in ...

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Every 7 Years Your Body, Mind and Spirit Evolve in These Ways

Tony Crisp, Prevent Disease | Are you the same person now that you were fifteen years ago? In fact, are you the same person you were just seven years ago? Most of us have heard the old saying that every cell in the body is changed over a period of seven years; but recent investigation has uncovered facts of far more significance ...

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The A=432 Hz Frequency: DNA Tuning and the Bastardization of Music

Brendan D. Murphy, Guest | GA=440Hz: Not Quite Music to My Ears Humankind is the largely unwitting victim of a frequency war on our consciousness that has been waged for decades, if not millennia. The goal has clearly been to keep us as gullible and subservient as possible, through multifarious means. In modern history in particular, there has been what Dr. Len Horowitz ...

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WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU FELT HEARD?

TRACI RUBLE | Psychotherapy clients ask me all the time, “Don’t you get tired of hearing so many people’s sob stories and complaining?” I have yet to feel tired.  Sure, some days are long, and being a therapist requires a level of attention that is taxing, but never in my 13 years of working with psychotherapy clients have I ever felt ...

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