In this episode of Holistic Health News, Gregory discusses ways to reduce mild to moderate depression. He discusses natural remedies such as exercise, sunlight, laughter therapy, sleep, and more. He also discusses the intimate link between social media and depression. (Encore episode.)
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Please consider purchasing Gregory’s e-book, Confessions of an Obese Child, for $2.99 on Amazon Kindle or B&N Nook. If you have Kindle Unlimited, it’s free. For those of you who dealt with childhood trauma, bullying, and addiction, it’s a great and Germane read.
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We have three podcasts in the NPE family. Holistic Health News (HHN) is the flagship. It covers a wide breadth of topics from clean eating/weight loss tips to medical coverups; from mental health issues to medical malfeasance.
Confessions of an Obese Child deals with the trauma and horrors associated with growing up fat. Gregory grew up fat. The first 20 episodes deal with singular vignettes that occurred in his life of bullying (Swimming Pool, Locker Room, Amusement Park, etc). The later 20 plus episodes deal with the coping mechanisms he developed which linger in his adulthood. Gregory lost over 100 pounds and has kept it off for 25 years.
Katie’s Essential Oil Apothecary deals with aromatherapy. In Season 1 she focused on lemon, peppermint, frankincense, and lavender oils. Gregory later dealt with overall aromatherapy issues like dilution rates, ingestion, and more.
Depression biohacks. Do they work for you?
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