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Managing Your Life With ADHD As An Adult

Between juggling your professional life, your family, friends, your social life and your own personal downtime, adding ADHD into the mix of that as an adult can be extremely difficult and overwhelming. Everyone has their own personal battles and difficulties... Read More »

Handling the Holidays Blues

It’s not the most wonderful time of the year for everybody. For those coping with depression, the stresses of the season can exacerbate symptoms, resulting in a serious case of the holiday blues. The holiday season is supposed to be... Read More »

Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder

ADHD is a commonly known disorder especially in children and teens, but many adults also suffer from ADHD. If you suffer from ADHD, you may qualify to participate in a clinical research study examining the use of an investigational medication... Read More »

Understanding Depression

Major Depressive Disorder affects millions of Americans every year. Despite the fact that depression is rather common, depression is very serious. By affecting your emotions, behavior, and the chemistry of your brain, depression can change the very nature of who... Read More »

9 Signs You May Have ADHD As An Adult

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder also known as ADHD, has become more common than doctors may have previously believed.  ADHD is becoming more and more prevalent in children, teenagers and adults all around the world.  Typically, ADHD is diagnosed in young children... Read More »

Do You Know The Truth About Your Sleep?

A solid foundation of balance and wellness all starts with a good night’s sleep. When rested, your body and brain work together in harmony and help you succeed both physically and mentally. Getting a good night’s sleep, and knowing the... Read More »

Changing the View on Mental Health

More than 42 million adults in the United States live with some type of mental illness - that’s about 1 in every 5 people! Whether it is depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), mental illness is... Read More »

OCD Coping Skills

According to Psychology Today, OCD is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, images, and sensations (obsessions) and engage in behaviors or mental acts in response to these thoughts or obsessions. The disorder affects a... Read More »

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    How You Move, What You Eat, What You Do – Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

How You Move, What You Eat, What You Do – Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

How can these three things prevent your chances of developing an incurable disease? Currently there is no cure to Alzheimer’s disease, although researchers continue to crawl closer to a cure. While there is currently no cure, there are conscious efforts... Read More »

On The Verge to a Cure

There are approximately 38 million Americans living with mild to severe migraines on a daily and weekly basis.  Migraines are defined as reoccurring throbbing, painful headaches that typically affect one side of the head more than the other. Usually migraines... Read More »