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Anxiety Disorders and Lavender by Dr Tori Hudson, ND

Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent psychiatric condition in the United States. Biological factors, family history, stressful life experiences, and/or trauma are all potential causes. We could likely say these days that the world we live in is a cause for anxiety, even if the stressful circumstances aren’t an immediate experience we are having. Being surrounded by those who are suffering from poverty, racism, and homelessness, watching the degradation of civility in our society, knowing that the Earth and it’s flora and fauna are suffering and becoming extinct due to climate change; it’s all too much to bear at times and contributes to general anxiety.

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Product-Focused Webinar | Focus on Anxiety, Depression and Insomnia by Dr Cameron McIntyre, ND

In recent years “mental hygiene” has experienced a resurgence, growing increasingly popular in personal development circles, and in many ways has begun to overlap with the nuances of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and insomnia. We are a product of our time. Therapy has its place and can be enormously helpful. However, it is at best only a steppingstone, and at worst becomes a diversion in which we become trapped for a long time, even our entire lives—the obsession with fixing ourselves. It is what compels many people to seek out therapy so it should be understood as a natural motivating force. Used in the best way, the “urge to change” becomes a deep curiosity about one’s character and essential nature. The point of this webinar is to illuminate beyond the quality of self-improvement and understand the nature of self-rejection as it relates to the impoverishing quality of mental health conditions.

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PEA and Endometriosis By Dr Tori Hudson, ND

One of my common uses of PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) is for cases of endometriosis, and, as we know, endometriosis is just one of many potential causes of female infertility.

Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial-like tissue outside the uterus. The endometriosis implants are usually located in the ovaries, anterior and posterior cul-de-sac, posterior broad ligaments, uterosacral ligaments, uterus, fallopian tubes, sigmoid colon and appendix, and round ligaments.

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Webinar | Beyond Self-Improvement: A Guide for Mental Hygiene by Dr Rigobert Kefferputz, ND

In recent years “mental hygiene” has experienced a resurgence, growing increasingly popular in personal development circles, and in many ways has begun to overlap with the nuances of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and insomnia. We are a product of our time. Therapy has its place and can be enormously helpful. However, it is at best only a steppingstone, and at worst becomes a diversion in which we become trapped for a long time, even our entire lives—the obsession with fixing ourselves. It is what compels many people to seek out therapy so it should be understood as a natural motivating force. Used in the best way, the “urge to change” becomes a deep curiosity about one’s character and essential nature. The point of this webinar is to illuminate beyond the quality of self-improvement and understand the nature of self-rejection as it relates to the impoverishing quality of mental health conditions.

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