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anxiety

Mar 01, 16
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People who suffer from anxiety are four times more likely to develop ulcers compared to those who don’t, according to results from a ten year prospective study.

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Feb 22, 16
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Review the stress response and the evidence-based approaches to the natural treatment of stress and anxiety.

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Feb 08, 16
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Our ability to cope with stress depends largely on the complex interactions between components of our hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis). The adrenal cortex figures prominently in the manifestation of adrenal fatigue due to disregulation of the production of cortisol. Adrenal fatigue is not widely medically recognised, and lies somewhere between the underactivity of Addison’s disease and the overactivity of Cushing’s Disease, where cortisol levels lie at the extremes. 

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Ending Anxiety: An Evidence-Based Approach

Feb 03, 16
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Recognising, diagnosing and effectively treating anxiety with an evidence-based integrative medicine approach.

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Dec 21, 15
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With the growing focus on the human microbiome there has been a profound shift in our understanding of the role of the gut in health and disease.

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Dec 08, 15
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Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is widely distributed throughout the central nervous system (CNS) and is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain. Reduced GABA levels, or impaired GABA function, in the brain has been linked to psychiatric and neurological disorders including anxiety, depression, insomnia and epilepsy.

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Sep 15, 15
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A cup of tea is often associated with a sense of calm. L-theanine, a unique free amino acid naturally present in tea (Camellia sinensis), is likely the compound contributing most significantly to this.

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Jul 06, 15
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Botanicals are an alternative option to prescription drugs for the alleviation of symptoms due to anxiety disorders and insomnia. Melissa officinalis L. has been shown as an antistress and anxiolytic agent.

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