Use the links below to browse our complete library of articles on depression, anxiety & mood.
Intro to depression, anxiety
and mood, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Viewed from Women
to Women’s perspective, mood problems in women are so common in our culture
because our biography is actively interacting with our biology
to write our emotional history. Includes a synopsis of all our articles
on the neurochemical basis of how mood issues develop, and how to address them without
relying on medication.
natural alternatives, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Most
of the new patients at our medical practice come to us on antidepressants —
and many want to get off. Here’s our view of what causes depression, how antidepressants
work and their side effects, and the natural alternatives we’ve found to be
symptoms of depression. Information on the symptoms of depression
and how mood disorders like clinical depression differ from mild, situational depression.
Anxiety in women — causes,
symptoms, and natural relief, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Millions of women suffer from anxiety — most of them are disappointed with
the drugs they are given and many more aren’t even seeking help. The good
news is that there are effective, natural ways to find relief from anxiety.
silver lining, by Marcy Holmes, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.
If you or someone you care about is concerned about postpartum depression, this
article can give you information on how to recognize PPD and offers suggestions
for treating PPD naturally.
postpartum depression, by Marcy Holmes, Women’s Health Nurse
Practitioner. If you currently struggle with PPD, have in the past,
or want to help someone who has — read on to learn what this might tell us
about our brain chemistry and its sensitivity to hormonal changes — and what
you can do about it. PPD, like PMS, PMDD, and perimenopausal depression, lets you
know your body needs more support!
Am I at
risk for PPD? If you or someone you care about is concerned about
postpartum depression, this article can give you information on what factors place
a woman at higher risk for PPD.
affective disorder — getting back to nature, by Marcelle Pick,
OB/GYN NP. Nearly all of us notice subtle shifts in our energy with
the changing seasons. But if you compartmentalize life between the “bright”
days of spring and summer and the “dark” days of fall and winter, you
could be suffering a common type of depression known as seasonal affective disorder.
Learn to heed Mother Nature’s message behind symptoms of seasonal sadness,
lethargy and carbohydrate cravings, and banish your winter blues naturally, without
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Last Date Modified: 05/10/2011