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January 8, 2016

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There many studies that show that there are many plant-based sources of Omega-3 that are not linked to many diseases like animal products are. Animal agriculture is also the main reason our planet is destroyed today, it affects our environment terribly and sadly, by purchasing these products you support a very cruel industry unnecessarily... There are many people out there, like myself, that felt an incredible improvement in mental health and mental clarity once switching to a plant-based healthy lifestyle. For me this transition was one of the most important steps in order to heal my Depression and Anxiety. I have never felt so good, I have never been so healthy at all levels and I have discovered through tons of research and my own experience that I do not need to consume animal products. Being aware of the terrible impact these industries have on us, the environment and the animals, I think it´s important that I share this with you, because I wish someone had told me sooner. This was the best decision I ever made in my entire life and every time I meet another Vegan I hear the same thing... I suggest you watch Forks over knives and Cowspiracy for more information, much love ♥.
+Simply Zion Thanks for your support and compassion. I am loving bite size vegan, great channel and informative. Thanks for sharing. I am thinking of taking a break from meat again, I did a few years ago for 4 years and enjoyed the challenge of learning how to cook and enjoy food better. Thanks for the comments and compassion. :-).

+Empowering Medicine ✪ Herbalist Thank you too for being so open and receptive, it´s a pleasure talking to you. That sounds great! I´m glad I could share something useful! I would love to know how it goes and feel free to message me! Hope you´re having a beautiful day.

Looks so tasty. I was wondering if I could add a bit of lemon to the dressing Trying to improve my health step by step. .
+Pamela Robinson Absolutely! Make it interesting and make it personal. Food is to be enjoyed and celebrated. So make it your own. Just get those omgega 3's and key nutriients into you. Thanks for your Comment. Tom. I am actually salivating!!!!! I will try this in the week and let you know how it goes- thanks for this!.
+Empowering Medicine ✪ Herbalist So verdict...this salad is great.. bought all the ingredients and I have been eating it almost every day :D :D thanks again!.

+Natasha Joseph Your great to do this and share with me your experience, I really appreciate it and feel encouraged. So happy that you are enjoying this healthy salad. Don't be afraid to make it your own and add and mix it around a bit. Keep it colourful and keep it simple! Take care Tom.

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January 6, 2016

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If there are depressed people out there diagnosed with clinical depression and/or anxiety, dont let YouTube videos stop you. Lexapro literally saved my life and it can save yours too, if not Lexapro maybe another brand. This guy is selling a book like most people on the internet who claim AD's don't work. There is help and that first step is medication, followed by diet, exercise and therapy. You are not alone there are millions of us. Your depression or anxiety will go away, you will be a completely different person. Love be with you and good luck on your journey..
I have tried to get off my antidepressants. But after a few weeks, I go down into a black hole that is really bad. Then I have to go back on if I want to live..
+petmom ful I am no doctor so i can only go from experience, if you have been diagnosed with clinical anxiety or depression disorder chances are medication are a long term solution, sorry to say. I became suicidal when i tried to come off during doctor supervision, now i know definitively that i cannot stop these medications..
I understand. If I have to take them forever, I will. I just worry about the side effects, and the long term affects on my body. But you do what you have to do. .
Can anxiety and depression cause depersonalizations disorder and can anyone tell me how to cure this things.

'Most patients either dont respond or have partial response!!!' Are you serious No wonder he's smiling whilst he's saying this cause he's bullshitting, cause they work, the problem is coming off them, SSRI's like Paxil are hard to come off, I dont believe an MD can come onto youube ans say that taking Paxil for example will not have any effect on you, okay then HE should take it for a month and see what effect it does have, its like saying most people who smoked pot (in x study) said it had little to no effect, please tell the truth..
I've taken many antidepressants and find them to be ineffective. You can't trust the big pharmaceuticals. It's all about profit.. First of all folks aside from this guy posing his postulations on chemical imbalances in the brain or lack of, obviously his first position on the matter is probably selling some book he wrote to gain some attention from his peers and/or whatever audience he can speak. Of course depression is a real and dangerous potentially life threatening situation become saddled with. Clinical Depression is real. Substance abuse depression or life taking a shitty turn may be more imagined than having a serotonin or dopamine deficiency. Anti-depressants do work for those who are in fact deficient in these cerebral malfunctions. But what I believe this dude is trying to say is...crap situations that happen as a part of life is not a call for medications. And as this emotional diseased society continues to proliferate... the outcome will not be cured with a pill. It may however be cured with some "one on one" psychoanalyses or just simply pushing through to it clears up on its own. .
+Ben Michalski I'm so glad you made the distinction here sometimes we ARE depressed because our lives are bad, or there's too much stress, or a vitamin deficiency, or a burdened conscience, or being treated badly. And sometimes, we have a neurological disorder that can be treated with medication. My frustration is with the many people posting on this list who assume that because something did or didn't work for them, everyone else is delusional if it's not the same for them. Of course we need to be treating the actual causes of any disease, and of course there's no point giving someone SSRIs if their problem is a Vitamin D deficiency or existential ennui. But there's no point in telling people with Clinical Depression just to "make a change" or "pray more" or whatever, either. All these individual stories are helpful because they might lead someone to finding the help they need NOT because they are the only way to seek treatment..

Cannabis has no bad effect besides making you happy and I'm really upset right now and I'm wondering if that's the only thing that could help but it's illegal so it's a no go.

No problem if you're referring to me. I have 14 letters after my name (credentials). I'm booked solid with clients 6 weeks in advance, clients travel hundreds of miles to see me passing hundreds of therapists. The results me and clients achieve have been shown on TV and radio. your credentials now please..
I'm about to get personal and i hope ya'll don't mind. I have always been an open book (and have no filter for my mouth lol) And I apologize for the length, but it's very important, at least to me When I was 11-13, (and probably in my earlier childhood, (even though I can't remember much of that, just bits and pieces)), I had some traumatic events happen. By the time I was 13, I didn't much want to live anymore and didn't feel many other people wanted or cared if I did or I didn't. My mom already had me in therapy because of these events and my rebellion after them. I felt weird and stupid and alone. I wanted to kill myself, kind of romanticized death really. And the day I decided to do it, a kid at school saved my life by telling the principal and he showed up at my door. My mom and step dad were quite embarrassed, and they put me in a "behavioral hospital". The doctors decided I was depressed and tried several "new medications". This was 1986. The drug Imiprimine almost gave me a literal heart attack, so my first long term drug was Disiprimine. I was told I could never quit taking antidepressants because I had a "chemical imbalance", that my "brain just didnt produce happy juice" and I took some form of med or another from 1986-2012. In 2004, I was diagnosed with bipolar, the doctors newest "fad" (and bullshit) diagnosis and was put on a mood stabilizer and an antipsychotic as well as whatever antidepressant I was on then (I have tried so many, over 20+, been used like a guinea pig, really). But here's the deal, from 13-40, 27 freaking years, I was depressed, out of control, drank, did drugs, cut myself (a lot), prayed to die, cursed God when he wouldnt "just let me sleep forever", wrecked lives, was f-ing miserable, tried several times to kill myself (and miracle after miracle, was never successful, thank God). All the while taking strong strong drugs said to stop this sort of "behavior". I thought, well shit, I guess I am defective and the "doctors" basically concurred. Except the one doctor... right before I moved out of town he said in his thick Indian accent, "What you are looking for you will not find in a pill, or a religion, or another person. What you are looking for is inside you" Years later, I decided to test that theory. I was on that evil shit Effexor, Lithium, and whatever bipolar med they had given me that month, and I felt nothing, not good or bad, but nothing, a zombie indeed. I just wanted to feel something (the reason i cut really, to feel something) So one day in 2011, I just didn't refil my Lithium. Waited... no paralysis or depression. Hmmm. Weened quickly off the bipolar med, and... nothing. Didn't freak out at all, which I was warned would happen. This whole time no one knew i was quitting the meds. My family would have flipped the f out and that's no lie. But I knew I had to tell my husband (the third and present, my hero and best friend) to watch me get off the Effexor, watch for depression or any weirdery. I'd been taking them, one type or another antidepressant, for 27 miserable years! Any sign of depression and I would start back, I said. He wearily agreed. >>Lemme say that Effexor is poison, it should be banned, and the pushers of it put under a jail... It took six months and was excruciating, not in the body but the MIND. The withdrawals were... other worldly... hellish. Certainly. FOR YOU it's psychological. For many people, depression is physiological or neurological..
Pharmaceutical speed ( dexedrine ) cures most depressive symptoms. They say it's bad for you but they give dexedrine and ritalin to kids and adults for ADD and it's apparently not bad for them. Shows you how fucked up the system is..
+Todd Lavigne Dexedrine is bad for you if you abuse it, in low doses however its relatively harmless..
course they work. i know so many people that they work on, i did therapy- did absolutely nothing, antidepressants saved my life..
I get tired of the assumptions that just because one person had negative side effects, the meds cannot now work for anyone. That's illogical and self-centered..
If the placebo has the same negative side effects as the real thing then the difference is 0. If a drug has no street value then it has no value..

+I love Palestine because I'm gay I know that because I've known him when he was not on medication..
+Katherine Teel Do you understand what a fucking placebo is Just give him rat poison. He'll feel the 'side effects' and focus on them instead of his desire to pack up and fuck off. He's unhappy because of his marriage.. I believe that antidepressants not work as the adds says but I think this is the same add campaign the pill industry does. Saying that antidepressants doesn't help but their therapy and his book will help.
It works for me, increasing serotonin makes me happy and feel good...that's how mdma works too by flooding your neurons with serotonin...SSRIs are like mdma withought the euphoric high, in my experience...definitely not placebo, I could feel the serotonin rush from about day three on....
Why in the world do you think that Mental illnesses have happened at all times, in all cultures, everywhere. And those cultural things you mentioned don't exist in my house. We don't even have TV, so I don't think getting rid of them would help much..
the real truth, the reason many studies say they dontt work is, VERY few people (relative to the size of the population) actually have the TYPE of deprression that meds CAN help. You can be depressed for GOOD reasons, and meds cant take circumstances away. The people that meds dont work for are just SAD not DEPRESSED. there is a difference and thats whats being lost in some of the comments. they don't work for some because they were Wrongly diagnosed in the first place..
I took only 3 tablets of 10mg Paxil, and now my personality is blunted. That was 2 weeks ago. I am starting to fear these changes might be permanent. Do NOT take SSRIs. They are dangerous! Find another source for help. Remember your friends and family love you. Stay away from drugs!. +Canna Sayit Stop. Alternatives to medication can help many things, but they cannot help illnesses that require medication. Sometimes people can't even attempt alternative methods of treating depression until AFTER they have begun medical treatment. For many people, ONLY THEN can counseling, or exercise, or meditation, or anything else be effective. It's both/and for most people, but only in the form of first/then. Please stop saying that nobody can benefit from medical treatments just because you didn't..
more evidence that SSRIs are dangerous http://www.sott.net/article/245418-SSRI-Antidepressants-Do-More-Harm-than-Good-Researchers-Conclude.
i've met people who say "i need to be on my psychiatric medication." they are chronically unemployed even thought they've been taking the medication for years.. +Katherine Teel some of those people claim they can't work because of a mental illness. if those pills really worked, why would they continue being unemployed after they started taking pills. Because not every person with a mental illness responds in the same way to any kind of treatment. Maybe they haven't found the treatment that works for them. Maybe they're lazy and faking it. Maybe they're self-medicating. Maybe since they don't work they can't afford to see a specialist. Maybe the meds make them well enough to function, but not well enough to work. I don't know. Why WOULD they do that None of what you've said has any bearing on whether or not some people should take medications for depression..
This doctor is a psychopath. He is misleading, and biased, but does so in a beleivable and friendly way..
I have a friend who has severe brain lesions from a head injury and afterwards suffered terrible psychotic episodes and every doctor and counselor he has seen recommended he be prescribed antidepressants these people are quacks.
Mark - I met you at a Philly ADA and have recommended/endorsed your sage edifications to MANY. In fact, THIS is so valuable, I just reposted in on my other Facebook Page: Carole B Starr As BS MBA Health & Happiness Fitness Coach and Author ONE thing I add/mention is that I spent 11 years in big Pharma - I LEFT because of, and STRICTLY because of my deep MORAL conflict about contributing to the massive overprescribing of America - all you say is true. I saw a great deal of cover ups. Mark Hyman, MD please "like" "my" new Facebook page, since YOU are now in it. Thank you for this valuable post, and I shall continue to share. **HOWEVER** > I WILL ADD, as you can see from my Linked In Profile comments that pharmaceuticals can be LIFE savers!!! (why I stayed so long) yet, you should try to do EVERYTHING first to TRY to stay off (don't just go on as a crutch) AND you should research carefully and check multiple opinions and choose wisely. SOME/many meds can be God sends - ONE that I sold for the anxiety anti-depressant industry literally saved lives...gratifying moment for me was the day a patient in a doctors office heard me introduce myself to the receptionist and she lept up and EMBRACED me and said : Such and such (a med) GAVE ME BACK MY LIFE" - I will always cherish that; however, I advised all the physicians I taught how to prescribe (as I do everyone) to try to do everything else firstly...ALL note this ALL pharmaceuticals have side effects - they do - they simply do...read the package insert - many are management and the realm of a lessor problem when your other problem can be life threatening/limiting (panic attacks, massive depression, high blood pressure, infection - there are issues that simply can NOT wait) YET - you should/could try the med JUST AS YOU WOULD SPLINT A BROKEN BONE...WHILE CONTINUING to try to implement the natural steps and, always try to taper off as you build up the other self healing steps (e.g. diabetes meds...anxiolytics...etc). All meds, should regularly have a taper off trial attempt IF if if the other corrective measures have been being built up - changing circumstances - exercising, losing weight STOPPING over consumption of alcohol (a known depressant) HOPE THIS INSIGHT HELPS!.

HOLY FUCKING SHIT THIS GUY IS RIGHT ! ALL OF MY LIFE I HAVE BEEN DEPRESSED AND ANXIOUS UNTIL FINDING OUT I HAVE SOME FUCKING VITAMIN DEFICIENCY. I KNEW SSRI'S WERE BS..
Suppressing depression or covering it up as antidepressants do are self defeating and don't solve anything. It's the same as using oral pain medication to treat a tooth abscess. Safe for a momentary reprieve of discomfort and pain, it doesn't cure anything. The reason why it doesn't solve anything is that the pain is just a 'symptom' of the abscess, it's not the disease; depression is just a symptom In order to cure depression- like the abscess- the root cause needs to be addressed.. Antidepressants don't work!!! Depression is caused by demon. The cure is to find someone who understand deliverance ministry and have them cast out that demon spirit in Jesus name..
My antidepressants have completely changed my life - and this kind of talk keeps people from getting medicine they need. I am sure there are lots of different causes and remedies depending on the cause - but this is infuriating when people who in fact are helped go off. By the way I have gone off three times and tried everything - I mean everything - and without the medicine I can't function and with it I can..

+ScreamingManiacs The things you are saying here, except maybe for the part about how these are the solutions for the majority of people, are true and important. Some people are experiencing reactions to vitamin deficiencies, food dyes, gluten, and other common chemicals and substances, and don't think to explore those potential causes. But that argument can't be used to shame people who need to use medication to treat their depression. The fact is, gluten or Red Dye #40 or lack of Vitamin D might make you feel depressed or angry, but if they are the cause then you do not have depression. Meds wouldn't help you much anyway. We should at least be trying to match the treatments with the right conditions..

+Terri Lorz Terri, same for me. I do not want to take ANY drugs, but if I go off of them, I get really bad. I had a very bad childhood, and it is part genetic. It is genetic and situational for me, as my dr. says. But I am really improving my diet and health, so maybe this will help me..
I'm kind of SURE some or a lot of people are dormant for depression, which doesn't happen unless someone, usually people, do not allow them the respect they normally deserve or need. This can happen from misunderstandings, including a low-reading level. So think about it: if you grew up being very organized and kept up with a good reading level, you..... will probably just end up noticing you're the only one, and people may hate you for it, causing you to shut down positive bodily functions that keep the last of your optimism up, and enter you to the other side of you, caused by your diet: depression. I know how I felt in my life. So I wonder if Dr. Mark Hyman felt the same exact way to put forth all this effort for us. It's like trying to catch up to healthy tissue as a zombie via a world of rage that's the equivalent of the denominating health factors of a group of zombies that equals to one healthy person. That's harvesting that number of zombies power; thus rage, into one zombie just to keep up! That's EFFORT. That's pain you DON'T WANT TO FACE, but you face anyways. While it's possible depending on the pain you can face, it's easier with better food in your system. I'm Joe so hopefully my own support will save me in time when darker people get a stronger person like me down.. I can because some of Robin Williams words in his comedy acts were the same I once thought up either naturally or among my rants he could have read it. You are right that funny people endure within depression. It's like what my uncle once said about funny things are based on negativity is true. I don't disagree and like the wannabe soldier I've been, I can only simply refrain from saying anything disrespectful about Robin Williams. However, I might sound primed to it, but it's preferred to be on key, and not mean at once. Thank you for your opinion and your point. I was simply trying to stand for people who are depressed and that it might be possible they are depressed because of other people who use far more rhetorical expressions to protect their spirit tamed by contempt laziness of illness. Such words can't work well without each other in common coherence people speak with. So if I sound incoherent, I suggest you write down what I'm saying, reading it over, and realizing my point if your screen is to bright for your eyes to understand. So you see here, both you and I implore utter grief in this year of years of much unnecessary time to be wasted, no matter how akin it is to the Nazis that burned Freud's seriously precious books. We are help in need of cooperation of other forms of help, esp. of the vigilant and cultural imposing religious folk, the arrogant gatekeeper's of freedom..
It's very true that some people might be depressed because the weight of years of maltreatment and difficulty have pressed them down. Those people might well need a change of lifestyle, better friends, religion, exercise, better nutrition, or counseling. But it's really misleading to say that depression doesn't happen unless a person isn't well-liked or successful. If that's the case, then maybe medication, at least in the long term, isn't for you. Many well-loved, well-supported, successful people struggle with depression..

This doctor is talking from personal experience and has transitioned from a conventional 'disease' based method to a more holistic functional medicine approach. His book the UltraMind Solution is a great resource for anyone seeking a more positive/health-based approach to improved mental health. Far better than toxic pharmaceutical drugs and 'guesswork' approaches to serotonin control dished out by conventional practitioners. Read the book... enjoy.

Actually this guy is telling the truth about the studies. He would benefit from sharing the studies in the videos. But for those of you who dont beleive him...google scholar is a great place to start to find this info. Kirsch et al 2008, and Reif et al, 2009 are two of the meta-analysis of studies, he is refering to..
Guess what doc. I eat well. I exercise. I take my vitamins. I don't do negative self-talk or have bad self esteem. I'm kind to others. I'm spiritual. I haven't had any trauma or stress. But I've had severe depression once and I have it now. That's why I need to be on my medication. The structure of the mind is complex. .
There are alternatives to medications. You might want to look into Mindfulness Therapy, available online. This can be really effective for anxiety and depression. Visit my YouTube channel to learn more..

+Online Mindfulness Therapy via Skype For SOME people alternatives work SOMETIMES. For others, medication has saved their lives..

I started taking Fluoxetine about 10 years ago and am still on it. I still get bouts of depression but I find they are much more manageable and of shorter duration with the treatment. SSRI's are not a scam..

I look at the health industry as a whole as a much bigger problem.Few doctors really know what their doing,here try this.Most doctors look at the insurance you have and blah blah.The doctors are prescribing the medicine,it's easy,it's a crutch for them.It took me 42 years for a doctor to finally spend more than 5 minutes with me,to see I had a well known muscle disease,for years my parents were told it's in my mind,I'm lazy,blah blah.The stress I lived with was unbelievable,not a pretty picture.
ONLY reason I take Cymbalta is to kill the pain in my feet and hands caused by fibromyalgia. I'm not depressed and don't use it for depression. It is great for killing my pain. Unfortunately, I have gained weight. But I am using rehab pool to lose weight. Pool helps to kill aches and pain of fibro, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and scoliosis..
Anti-depressants do not work and there are plenty of studies to back this up. If you are unhappy due to unfortunate events in your life, that is an entirely natural response, that cannot be cured with pills. It's irrational to think it could be cured with drugs. The pharmaceutical industry exploits people's vulnerability. Fact..

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Good information. It would have been a little more helpful if you provided the names of the most common medication that are related to the TCA, SSRI and so on. Thanks!.
Hi! Have you tried - brown fat antidiabetic miracle (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now) Ive heard some super things about it and my father got brilliant results with it.. This is great you should do all the drug videos like this with patient eduction and quiz questions thx man.

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December 12, 2015
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December 19, 2015
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December 26, 2015
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December 10, 2015
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January 5, 2016

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November 27, 2015
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January 31, 2016

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January 21, 2016
Tricyclic antidepressants are chemical compounds used primarily as antidepressants. TCAs were first discovered in the early 1950s and marketed later in the decade. [1] i50
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January 30, 2016
Depression is often associated with arthritis and other rheumatic diseases. Learn more about living and coping with depression. i51
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November 21, 2015

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