March 2014 | Anxiety, Depression and Insomnia

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The Antidepressant Myth: The Neurotransmitter— Mental Illness Disconnect…………………………….>> cover Daniel Heller, ND


Common Supplements for Anxiety………………………………………………..>> bottom of cover Chris Habib, BCS (Hons), ND Chris Roberts BSC, BED, ND


Uprooting Anxiety……………………….>>10

Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO
Dr Alschuler provides practical nutritional and
botanical protocols for managing generalized
anxiety disorder.


Genetics and Anxiety………………………>>12
Bradley Bush, ND
A patient’s genetic makeup can play a vital role
in determining a patient’s risk of anxiety. Testing
certain markers can help guide treatment.


Mood and Leaky Gut: From Science Fiction to Scientific Fact…………………>>14
Peter Bongiorno, ND, LAc
Can depression and anxiety be inflammatory
disorders? Dr Bongiorno presents yet another
reason to focus on the gut.


Connecting the Cell & the Self: A Mind-Body Approach to Anxiety & Depression……………………….>>16
Paul Epstein, ND
Nicola St. Mary, ND
Facing painful truths and learning how to be with
pain instead of avoiding it teaches patients to
unlearn their pain, anxiety, and depression.


Urban Anxiety, Made Simple……………>>18
Fred Lisanti, ND, LAc
Dr Lisanti outlines some simple strategies to reduce
anxiety in “white collar hustlers.”


It’s Really Got a Hold on Me: Two Curious Cases of Kali Bromatum…………………>>19
Tara Peyman, ND
A distinctive symptom helps nail down the correct
remedy in 2 patients with very different mental disorders.


What’s That I Hear?: A Case of Tinnitus…………………………..>>21

Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND
In the face of varied symptoms, strong feelings of
disrespect help point to the correct remedy.


Cold Feet and Water-Treading…….>>24
Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE
Walking barefoot and treading water relieves congestion,
removes impurities, and hardens the constitution.


Message From the President: National College of Natural Medicine……………>>20
David J. Schleich, PhD
Ongoing expansion at NCNM assures its continuing
presence in the diverse healthcare landscape.


Medical Resources for NDs: Two Reviews of Current and Useful Publications…….>>22
Stacie Deyglio, ND
Dr Deyglio reviews 2 books that focus on paths to
healing, ranging from the body, mind and spirit, to
earth, energetics and philosophy.


The Future of the Past: The Second Century of Naturopathic Medical Education………………………….>>25
David J. Schleich, PhD
Are we ignoring important lessons from our history?
Historical inquiry can help us calibrate our current
tools for growth.

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