Tag: depression

Cortisol and HPA Axis Function in Major Depression

Written by James L. Wilson, DC, ND, PhD The World Health Organization lists depression as one of the leading causes of disability worldwide.[i] It is well known that stress can precipitate major depression and influences its incidence, severity and course[ii]. It is also known that many of the features of major depression potentially reflect dysregulation of… Read More »

The Benefits of Strength Training for Perimenopausal Anxiety

Republished with permission from SottoPelle Mood changes, sleep problems, anxiety and feelings of doom are common in women who are entering perimenopause. Lack of testosterone is often the cause of these symptoms, but strength training can help! Perimenopause Often Triggers Anxiety Yes, younger women naturally product the “male hormone” testosterone, but in general, the amount is only… Read More »

PODCAST: An Integrative Approach to Depression (Mild to Moderate)

by Jim Paoletti, BS Pharmacy, FAARM, FIACP – Director of Education | Power2Practice     In this 12-minute podcast, Jim Paoletti discusses his favorite strategies for addressing mild to moderate depression by supporting healthy neurotransmitter and hormone balance.   Click the arrow below to listen…   This Podcast is Brought to You by Power2Practice — An essential system for Integrative and Functional Medicine practices, Power2Practice… Read More »

Nutrition Therapy for Mental Health

By Paul Savage, MD, FAARM, ABAARM – Founder and Chief Medical Officer | Power2Practice Last year, I had the opportunity to attend an International Conference on IV Nutrition. One theme that resonated throughout the entire conference was: “A Healthy Cell = a Healthy Person. Whether our patients are experiencing fatigue (nutrient deficiencies), infections (like Lyme’s), mental health… Read More »