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Joseph Stalin, the tyrannical totalitarian leader of the Soviet Union from 1927 to 1953, creator of one of the most brutal reigns in history, used leeches to treat his headaches and depression. He says he felt good after each such treatment. Guessing from the complete fear that is subordinates felt in his presence, the leech […]
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Feeling sad every now and then is a fundamental part of the human experience, especially during difficult or trying times. But, persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, hopelessness, disinterest . . . in people and activities once enjoyed may be symptoms of depression. Depression is not something that a person can ignore or simply will away. […]
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After seven years of Research & Development, HBC Protocols is excited about the release of a new natural antidepressant called Sceletium Tortuosum. A 2:1 hydro-ethanol extract of the South African Sceletium Tortuosum plant possesses both SSRI re-uptake abilities with PDE4 inhibition. This quickly imparts a pleasant sense of stimulation and relaxation within twenty minutes. It has been […]
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Researchers say they have developed a blood test that may reliably detect depression. Experts say it could become one of the first objective ways to assess depression via hormones, growth factors and proteins. “Psychiatry is a field that is begging for tests because all of our diagnoses, for the most part, are based on clinical assessments, […]
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The gloomy days of January can be the most miserable and stressful of the year, but it doesn’t have to be this way. If you follow this ten step guide to distressing your life, then the next few weeks just might become the most serene and fulfilling ones of the year. One step should be […]
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