A review of the latest literature on experimental treatments and natural remedies, as well as everyday people’s experiences of healing themselves and treating mental health problems.
“Our feelings are our most genuine paths to knowledge.”
– Audre Lorde
The rate of PTSD is higher among low-income African Americans than it is for combat veterans. We need systemic change to end cycles of trauma. In the meantime, psychedelics offer some hope of healing.
Ashwagandha reduces anxiety, stress, depression, and insomnia. It also helps the brain recover from chronic stress.
Here are 10 ways to keep your spirits up in unprecedented times.
MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is currently in phase 3 trials to treat PTSD. Here’s how it works.
Most of us are magnesium deficient. We look at how it can help us overcome depression and anxiety.
For those of us suffering from PTSD or C-PTSD, here are 30 individual and collective ways to help us heal.
We talk to a suicide hotline worker about how to have difficult conversations with depressed friends and family members.
Ketamine has amazing potential to treat treatment-resistant depression and PTSD, but used in the wrong way can be disastrous.
If life is stressful enough, you may have PTSD without even realizing it.
Studies show that CBD can be helpful with all anxiety, and especially social anxiety. We look at how and why it works.
GABA is your body’s natural mechanism. If you’re depressed or anxious you may not have enough of it. GABA supplements may help.
Well-being and spirituality, but also better relationships, and hope for anxiety, depression, PTSD & OCD. We take a look at some of the latest literature on psilocybin.