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Depression

When it comes to dealing with symptoms of depression, one size doesn’t fit all. According to a small study, exercise is comparably effective to antidepressants—but either one only cleared symptoms of major depression for less than half of their group within the study. When it comes to depression, finding the right solution might involve a […]

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Insomnia: Cause or Effect?

February 27, 2019

Sleep is a cornerstone of health. Not getting enough doesn’t just leave you ragged the next day, it can cause long term damage over time. Poor memory, poor metabolism, poor heart health, and more. While studies continue to find more health problems caused by insomnia (including how our fat cells function), two well done studies […]

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It’s already accepted and well-established that sleep is good for your health and helps you feel good—that’s why we have expressions like “sleep it off” or the well-worn “stay home and rest”. A lot goes on when you sleep; most notably, the brain rests and resets, in addition to resting and maintenance for your heart. […]

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The holidays can be a time of wonder and magic, or they can be a time of sadness. Especially the first holiday after a loved one passes, after a year with many difficulties, or if the holidays have traditionally been hard. Support yourself through this time with D.S.A. MGRx. We often push through the holidays […]

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Are You At Risk for SAD?

December 10, 2018

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) are those depression like feelings that crop up during the darker fall and winter months. With less light, our circadian rhythm gets messed up, we get less Vitamin D, and we can feel down. But some people are more at risk than others—are you at risk? If you’re further north, at […]

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