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Practical Coping Skills for Depression

Depression treatment and depression rehab both can be made much more efficient with some at-home coping skills.

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Food Allergies That Block Recovery

If you’ve been faithfully following the biochemical repair program outlined in Seven Weeks to Sobriety and still do not feel as well as you suspect you should, you may be wondering whether a biochemical restoration program is right for you.

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Candida Albicans: Alcohol's Silent Partner

Candida Albicans is a microscopic plant about the size of a red blood cell. It is a cousin to the molds that live in damp basements and is also related to the fungus that causes jock itch and athlete's foot.

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Biochemical Sensitivities That Block Recovery

If you have been faithfully following the biochemical repair program outlined in Seven Weeks to Sobriety and still do not feel as well as you suspect you should, you may be wondering whether a biochemical restoration program is right for you.

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The Hypoglycemic Cycle

To understand how the symptoms of hypoglycemia develop, you need to know how our glucose metabolism works.

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Breaking Down Clinical Anxiety Disorders

Mental health recovery for anxiety starts with knowing your diagnosis. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder all present unique treatment challenges. Learn about the clinical definition of anxiety, a few common anxiety disorders, and anxiety disorder treatments here.

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The Hypoglycemia Lab Test

At Health Recovery Center, clients are given the Glucose Tolerance Test because actual lab evidence seems to propel clients into action better than if we force a hypoglycemia correcting diet on them with no scientific confirmation.

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How Likely Is It That You Are Hypoglycemic?

Hypoglycemia is a word many doctors hate. Some doctors call it a FAD disease and refuse to do the lab tests necessary to prove or disprove your suspicions.

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Psychological Syndromes are often the result of Hypoglycemia

Mental health professionals often fail to recognize hypoglycemic symptoms. They attempt to explain them as psychological phenomenons. If you have puzzled over noticeable changes in your moods, thoughts and feelings don't be so quick to accept them as psychological disorders.

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Glucose Patterns

The normal range of fasting blood sugar values (measuring only glucose and not saccharoids) is eighty to one hundred mg/dl. Most fasting blood sugars are within the normal range, so a simple fasting test is useless.

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One thousand, Two Hundred and Ninety-Three days I have been sober thanks to HRC.

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- M.H.

I came into this program sick, broken, and much stressed! Hopeless!! I feel very confident in my future knowing I have the tools to live healthy physically and emotionally.

T.

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- G