Tai chi and Qigong are ancient meditative exercises used for therapeutic and spiritual purposes for thousands of years. Now we find clinical evidence that they treat depression.
Saunas do more than just help us sweat and clear toxins. Turns out they help prevent Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, treat heart disease and improve at least 11 other medical conditions. Get the latest on Finnish and Infrared saunas.
As antidepressant use continues to skyrocket, St. John’s Wort proves it can safely treat depression as well as antidepressants with fewer side effects. Find out more about this effective medical herb for mood disorders.
Rhodiola rosea has been used for thousands of years for numerous conditions. Now we find this medicinal drug can treat major depression.
New research finds our gut bacteria are communicating with us. Turns out, they affect our moods and feelings of depression. Here’s how they do it.
Flotation therapy is growing in popularity for reducing stress and pain, and speeding up healing. Now we find the evidence to back that up.
What does smoking – which would necessarily include first-, second-, and third-hand smoking – have to do with anxiety and depression?
Shorter telomere length has been linked with shorter life span. New research finds stress, depression and an unstable family life as children decreases telomere length.
New research finds that loving-kindness meditation increases vagal tone and heart rate variability, decreases stress and increases lifespan. Discover loving-kindness meditation.
Recent research has confirmed that vitamin C is more than just an antioxidant: It also elevates moods, reduces stress and distress, and reduces anxiety.
New research has found that grape seed extract reduces menopause symptoms. The key curative compound was also determined.
Clinical research has determined that bipolar disorder can be safely treated with Ashwagandha, resulting in improvements in as little as two months. Other studies confirm its ability to treat anxiety and depression.
Researchers from the Rush University Medical Center have found that stress in the home and depression among parents increase the risk of asthma among children.
Scientists have determined that just one hour of bright light therapy significantly reduces depression and depressed moods, as well as seasonal affective disorder.