Emotional Health

When battling a chronic illness, keeping hope in your pocket, and a smile on your face can seem near impossible. Nonetheless, the link between physical and emotional health is strongly intertwined, and so we have dedicated these articles to advocacy for greater emotional health.

Depression and Anxiety – How The Budwig Protocol Helps

A common side effect of cancer and its symptoms is depression and some form of anxiety. The Budwig Center helps patients fight these emotional side effects from day 1 of the programs. The Budwig Diet – A Weapon Against Depression A key ingredient to successfully fight against depression and anxiety is the chemical messenger called

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Introducing The EVOX System – Emotional Perception Reframing

How we see the world, our interaction with others, and the way we see ourselves are all determined by various factors. Our upbringing, circumstances in life, and even patterns learned from parents and grandparents provide a distinct shape to our viewpoint. We all acquire what is called a “perceived reality,” which impacts our feelings and

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Allowing Yourself to Focus on Your Mental Well-Being During Cancer Treatment 

People who are diagnosed with diseases such as cancer are at greater risk of a range of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. While research has shown this to be true, what it doesn’t account for is the reason why. Cancer is a demanding emotional and physical journey, and by equipping yourself with

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Bad Sleep, Bad Thoughts: The Link Between Sleep and Mental Health

Up to 70 million Americans live with sleep disorders, according to the American Sleep Association. Studies have found that not getting enough continuous sleep dramatically increases the risks of developing mental health problems. From there the problem only worsens, because things like depression, anxiety, and emotional distress make already troubled sleep more difficult. This is a vicious and

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