have an upcoming booklet about panic attacks, anxiety, and depression that gives
some disturbing information about the history of over-diagnosing certain
conditions, money interests tied with the meds that are highly recommended, and
the changing of the brain chemistry from those same meds.
Adam's article corroborates my booklet with additional research, as
well as a refreshing alternative to taking the meds that can save your brain
from further damage helps: 1) spend more time in nature, 2) get some regular
physical exercise, 3) eat more omega-3 oils and organic plants, 4) find meaning
in your work and in your life through service to others; can you
help others around you experience an improvement in their own lives? Can you
teach others? Can you lead by example? Can you write inspiring books, letters, etc?
A true story with one of our staff members at a
prior employment in 2001 where refugees were working--a lawyer and his wife from
Nigeria--stating that they were going back home because the stress in their
war-torn country with bullets whizzing around was less stressful than living
here with the constant over-scheduled life, the fast pace of everybody and
everything around us, coupled with the high taxes that creates a need to have
multiple jobs in order to earn a living. He and his wife were very appreciative
of the opportunity in being here, and felt discouraged at not being able to make
it since they felt anxious 24/7. They couldn't deal with the high stress level
and anxiety, and moved back to Nigeria.
experiences have you had with this modern-day plague of panic attacks, anxiety,
and depression that usually happens because of our over-stressed lives? Please
feel free to share your story here so that it can be of help to others.