Coenzyme Q10, an antioxidant that's part of a healthy diet, treated bipolar depression in a new controlled trial. It also improves energy in the elderly and in people with medical illnesses. Read more
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Learn About TMS Request TMS We've updated our transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) device to treat OCD. TMS has been used for depression since 2008 and was FDA approved for OCD in August 2018.
379 New Market Blvd, Suite 1 Boone, NC 28607 Our Boone office opens in January 2019 and will offer medication, therapy, and natural treatments. Dr. Aiken, will be there along with Ginny
Our new office opens Monday, October 15, 2018 at the corner of Country Club and Jonestown Roads: 104 Cambridge Plaza Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27104 Here's who will be there: Medication Providers Laura Davis Brian
Do you know someone who's been through trauma? Whether hurricanes, sexual assault, violence, or major accidents, it is critical to believe their story, and believe that their suffering is real. Here are some things
School is back for the Fall, and so is our Fall newsletter, filled with simple methods to keep your brain awake and alert while it's learning. Also inside: Updates on our new Country
Tune in to our free mindfulness podcast. Why is mindfulness such a popular form of stress-reduction? Defined as “the basic human capacity to pay attention on purpose, with intention, in the present moment, in a friendly
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) received its second FDA approval in psychiatry this week, for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). TMS has been used for depression since 2008 and is offered in two forms: Surface
Two upcoming events: A Walk of Hope for Mental Illness in Raleigh, October 14, 2018 A talk by Brooke Shields in Raleigh, September 12, 2018 In an effort to fund research for mental
Meats that are processed with nitrates significantly increased the risk of manic episodes, but not of depression or other mental health problems, in a new study. Beef jerky, turkey jerky, and meat sticks like