Mental illness is a disease that people don’t like to speak about. The rate of suicide is increasing but as a society, we remain in denial
… until it affects someone you love.
Today I write about a topic close to my heart – a disorder that has haunted me for many years as I have battled through many past traumas…
PYRROLE DISORDER – a little-known condition with devastating consequences if left untreated.
Let me enlightened you all today in hope that even just one life can be improved or more importantly saved.
Depression has become the leading cause of disability worldwide.
One in four adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. Many will walk into their doctor’s offices, describe their symptoms in about ten minutes, and walk out with a powerful psychiatric drug.
Did you know a slow thyroid (or hypothyroidism, a condition affecting 200 million people worldwide that typically goes undiagnosed for many years) can mimic the symptoms of depression?
After fatigue and weight issues, mood alterations such as depression, agitation, and anxiety are the most common symptoms in people diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (autoimmune version accounting for ~97% hypothyroid cases).