Heart patients, depression and anxiety

There is no doubt that if you have heart problems in America today, you are very prone to depression and/or anxiety. Depression usually sets in when you realize your heart is not improving with medical care; heart drugs are slowly killing you; your bypass, angioplasty, or ablation (burning your heart) did not last; and you are just waiting for a heart attack to happen. This depression can alternate to anxiety as you worry more and more about the state of your heart, your health, and whether you … [Read more...]

Children and B Complex Deficiency Syndrome

The emotional problems associated with B-vitamin deficiency or B-Complex Deficinecy Syndrome (BCDS) can start out quite subtly.  Your kid or grandkid is just quiet, or sad, or perhaps the best word might be sullen.  Most people might not even notice, but you do.  “Experts” might consider him or her to be mildly depressed and a candidate for drug therapy if it “doesn’t pass”.  For those kids who do not get the right intervention, this is the beginning of mental and emotional problems that at best … [Read more...]