The body’s stress response is an adaptation for survival.
I want to shout from the rooftops: THERE IS HELP! THERE IS HOPE! If you knew what I know and if you could see what I have seen, you would have hope too.
A study at Columbia University proposed that Ketamine could be beneficial in preventing or reducing PTSD symptoms when used prior to a traumatic experience.
If you are one of the many people who made resolutions to live a healthier life and proactively work to maintain your improved mood, here are some things you can do to be one of the fortunate few who stick with it.
We have entered a month for a terrible statistic, suicide rates are at their highest in April. But why is that?
Having a vacation at the beach or the mountains is a wonderful opportunity, but having the time and resources to make it happen doesn’t always occur. So how can you get away without actually getting away?
This creamy avocado dressing is the best possible alternative to store-bought, sugar filled processed dressings.
People who suffer from PTSD require coping strategies that address the difficulties in multiple ways. One way to think about this is MBS – Mind, Body and Spirit.
Even though we are into the new year there is still plenty of time to make this your year. One way is to practice better stress management techniques!
Stop hiding your drinking, and supporting a bad habit. Get back into life! Feel good about yourself, and break the cycle of use, abuse, guilt and recovery.