COVID-19 has affected the way we interact and how we deal with global conflict. It has provided insight on how technology can affect the way we socialize, communicate with health care providers, and engage in community events. Not only is COVID-19 adversely affecting our physical health, but it has also taken a detrimental toll on mental health as well.
In today’s world, we see an increase in stress across the board. The number of anxiety disorders is on the rise among the general population. Over 70% of primary care physician visits are driven by stress-related conditions. The good news, there are wonderful natural solutions to manage and even eliminate the effects of stress, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health stressors.
Although addiction is a problem we face around the world, there are numerous options for treatment. On this episode, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette discuss treatment options from an integrative point of view.
According to the Addiction Center, over 20 million Americans over the age of 12 have an addiction (excluding tobacco). 100 people die every day from drug overdoses (This rate has tripled in the past 20 years). In this episode, we want to help tackle this problem by discussing: What is the root cause of addiction?
We know depression is real and now we know the signs and symptoms, but how do we treat it? In the final episode of this series on depression, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette discuss: What kind of side effects does depression medication have? The type of diet that helps treat depression.
Now we have acknowledged depression is real, what are the sign and symptoms of it? In the 2nd episode in this series on depression, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette discuss: Signs of depression. The difference between chronic depression and situational depression.
There are over 20 million documented forms of depression in the United States. There is also a stigma that comes with depression where people don’t want to talk about it. Today, we help break down that stigma by discussing: What causes depression?
With schools off to a start, busy families and parents have been consumed with getting the right notebooks, lunch boxes, and schedules together. With so many moving pieces that come along with back to school, it is easy to forget about oneself.
Joy to the world! ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Festive music fills the air; holiday cheer abounds. Everyone is happy at holiday time — right? Wrong. Truth be told, many people feel lonely, sad, anxious, and depressed at this time of year. How can this be?