Tag: Depression

  • World Health Day: Five Natural Remedies for Depression

    World Health Day: Five Natural Remedies for Depression

      It will be World Health Day on Saturday, 7 April. This year, the focus is on depression. If you suffer from depression, you could be taking medication to help you cope.

  • How Your Emotions Affect Your Heart

    How Your Emotions Affect Your Heart

    For centuries the heart was thought to be the seat of emotions. While we now understand that the heart’s mission is to pump blood through our bodies, scientists have discovered that emotions and your heart are profoundly linked.

  • This Controversial Treatment Could Be The Solution To Your Depression

    This Controversial Treatment Could Be The Solution To Your Depression

    If you go to the doctor for depression, he’ll prescribe you one of the many anti-depressants. However, there’s a  natural solution with none of the side effects such memory loss liver damage and weakening eyesight that he probably overlooks. The only side effects this recreational drug has are a strong immune system and renewed health…

  • Is There A Link Between Alcoholism And Depression

    Is There A Link Between Alcoholism And Depression

    At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we admit thousands of individuals into alcohol rehab centres each and every year. Because of this, we often get asked whether alcoholism is linked to depression. To address this question appropriately, we have decided to dedicate an entire article to this important subject.

  • Treating your depression and alcoholism

    Treating your depression and alcoholism

    If you’re human, you feel sad sometimes. When a marriage ends, loved one dies or a job promotion doesn’t come. These are situations that can lead to alcoholism and depression. We now outline 7 steps you may implement to reduce your depression and alcoholism:

  • Alcoholism And Depression: Do You Suffer From AUD?

    Alcoholism And Depression: Do You Suffer From AUD?

    Experts now refer to alcoholism as alcohol use disorder or AUD. This is because problems people experience with alcohol should not be limited to cases that are considered a ‘dependency’. AUD includes alcohol dependency, alcohol ‘alcohol abuse’ and ‘heavy alcohol consumption’ where a dependency has not arisen.