Tag Archives: depression

Modified Buddhism – Buddhism for Modern Society


Modified Buddhism in a nutshell Embrace Buddhism around close friends & family i.e. laugh at yourself, turn the other cheek, be generous, don’t be defensive etc Be nice to animals Take zero shit from people you don’t know well or … Continue reading

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Mental Health & The Polyvagal Theory


The Polyvagal Theory came about as a result of the work & research carried out by Dr Stephen Porges. It relates to the different levels of activation of the vagus nerve and the physical & mental states that occur as … Continue reading

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Anxiety is Fuel*


“We experience moments absolutely free from worry. These brief respites are called panic.” Cullen Hightower Don’t fight anxiety – use it. Equally, don’t fight resentment – use it as fuel. Exercise is my way of coping with anxiety. I feel … Continue reading

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Forget Mental Health Awareness – Just Stop Being a Cunt


Summary Be patient with everyone – depression causes memory problems as do SSRIs Don’t be aggressive – unless you’re willing to fight Accept that everyone is a product of their genes & their environment Don’t project when you feel down … Continue reading

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Cylocybe Review – Mushrooms UK


So after researching and procrastinated for years, I bought some mushrooms spores and 2 growpots from Cylocybe.com , gourmet and medicinal mushrooms are actually big money if you can learn to grow them yourself. There is, allegedly, a bit of … Continue reading

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Supplements for Depression (That Work)


A few thoughts on depression before I start on the supplements… Depression is often a symptom of a physical illness or issue. Gut problems, chronic inflammation (often starting in the gut), allergies, brain injuries, thyroid issues – these are all … Continue reading

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Natural Alternatives to Ibuprofen


Ibuprofen has had some bad press recently, and rightly so! Ibuprofen is linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes, it damages the stomach lining which can cause a range of problems from allergies to stomach ulcers and … Continue reading

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Best Carl Jung Quotes


Carl Jung was an early advocate of analytical psychology and like Freud is well known for his work relating to theories of personality & the human subconscious. Whilst Freud’s work, was still rooted in 19th century theories regarding suppressed desires, … Continue reading

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We Are All One (Why Nobody Really Dies)


  It was World Mental Health Day yesterday. I’m not a huge fan of ‘awareness’ days, I think they bring problems but not solutions. I think depression is a problem that has a number of causes… Lack of exercise Poor … Continue reading

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NSI 189 Review (Suprising ‘Side Effect’)


NSI-189 Review – Updated 2019   NSI-189 is a nootropic drug & potential anti-depressant that is still in the clinical-experimental stages of research. It has been shown in studies to alleviate major depressive symptoms and to increase the size of … Continue reading

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