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Stress, anxiety, and depression aren’t just moods, they physically affect our bodies. While depression, stress, and anxiety can each be helpful in a way—prompting change, warning us of danger, and just being a natural part of the human range of emotions—that’s only if they’re temporary! If you’re constantly spun-up, in a never ending state of […]

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It’s hard to deny the growing evidence: the gut and brain are connected, and we can change the brain’s behavior by changing our gut bacteria. New research has strengthened the connection between mood (and anxiety and depression in particular) and our gut bacteria; researchers not only found that stress changed gut bacteria, but that transplanting […]

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It’s one of those things we’ve all agreed upon for a while: the mind and body can influence each other. Chronic ill health can cause inflammation, maybe trigger mental illness, or increase the risk of Alzheimer’s. Severe mental trauma can impact the body, weakening the heart, triggering other health events, and just generally weakening the […]

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Spring is here, and weather is starting to turn sunny, fresh, and mood uplifting… unless it’s not. If you’re not feeling a renewal in mood and energy this spring, correct your course now. You might need a little help naturally managing depression, anxiety, and stress with D.S.A. MGRx. Down, in a rut, still feeling the […]

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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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