What color do you think of when you think of depression? It’s probably a dark color, like blue, black or gray. There is a reason for that. Research from the University of Freiburg shows that depressed patients cannot view black and white contrasts accurately. A new study in Biological Psychiatry showed a dramatically lower retinal […]
Archives for August 2010
Most of us know that what we eat is so very important (for energy, healthy metabolism and all around vibrant health). Actually, much of what we’ve talked about in our teleseminar series so far really starts with what we put in our mouths each day. Yet preparing healthful meals is often a challenge. Besides being […]
Many psychotherapists think first of psychological causes for sleep disorders, yet increasingly, we are seeing the combination of medical and psychological factors causing various sleep problems.
Most of us believe that sleep is essential for function and focus. Recent findings suggest that even afternoon naps can improve the quality of brain function throughout the day. Robert Stickgold, PhD conducted a study through the Center for Sleep and Cognition at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. His experiment required 99 college […]
While conducting research on Adrenal Fatigue, we ran across lots of studies documenting the effects of stress on the body. There were so many new studies that we had a hard time trying to choose one to blog on. So rather than try to narrow our options, we thought that we would share some of […]