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If you’ve got steady depression, stress, or anxiety, it might be more than the winter blues. While longer nights cold weather can cause or exacerbate symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress, persistent feelings might require more action than chalking it up to the winter blues and getting a little more sunshine. For natural, controllable mood […]

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Is Sleep Key to Anxiety?

November 7, 2019

Confirming the obvious is a great way to help us get to solutions to real problems. According to new and completely unsurprising research, sleep can reduce anxiety by 30%. Not just any sleep, though, deep sleep. While it’s a wonderful natural solution to a common problem, getting true, deep sleep may require some natural help […]

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Don’t let the winter blues get away from you. Stay on top of flagging energy, bad days, and a bad outlook with support from D.S.A. MGRx. With cold temperatures, less sunlight, poor weather keeping us in and making our normal activities harder, and all the other troubles of winter, you might be feeling the winter […]

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PTSD Linked to Gut Bacteria

October 23, 2019

Researchers have found a strong connection in mice between gut bacteria and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). The finding isn’t surprising, a large pile of research has shown that our gut microbes impact everything from how we digest food to our weight, mood, and habits; the new research could be an avenue for treating stress. Fortunately, […]

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Sleep is the time for the body to heal and make repairs, especially to the brain. It’s why being sick makes you tired—your body has work to do! Research is still diving into the specifics in an attempt to find ideas for new treatments and medications. A lot of their findings reenforce what was already […]

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