Combining the Best Psychiatric Treatments with Naturopathic Medicine for Mental Health
The world population is under chronic strain and people’s resiliency and coping skills have been stretched. Sadly, those with previous psychological diagnoses are at more risk for contracting the dreaded disease and triggering additional psychiatric symptoms. Furthermore, those without mental issues prior to the current crisis are at an increased risk of various mental health issues post-recovery. (source, source, source)
These facts have compounded the mental health crisis and made evident the inadequacy and lack of access to appropriate and effective psychiatric care. In my latest post, I continue on the topic of using CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and conventional therapy in combination with integrative, naturopathic, and natural mental health modalities. I feel that this merger provides a holistic solution that addresses the root issues of many brain health imbalances.
In my article you will learn:
- How chronic stress and dealing with uncertainty can lead to various anxiety disorders
- How CBT can impact brain processing and change one’s neural pathways, this impacts the way one assesses situations
- How various natural and holistic modalities can combine with CBT and conventional therapy for better outcomes
- The downside of choosing one form of treatment without integrating the other
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This material is for information purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prescribe for any illness. You should check with your doctor regarding implementing any new strategies into your wellness regime. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. (Affiliation link.)