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  Dr. Dave  Takes Your Questions: What are the best supplements to take for inflammation of the cerebellum?
Jul 12, 2013 in Nuerotransmitters    
What are the best supplements to take for inflammation of the cerebellum? What do you know for sure crosses the blood brain barrier to reduce brain inflammation?
J.J.
Thanks for your question. As is often the case it raises even more questions such as:

How was your cereb [...]

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What Makes GABA Boost Cross The Blood Brain barrier?
Jul 11, 2013 in Nuerotransmitters, Weight Management Tips    
We recently recieved this inquiry via our website:
Hello. Saw your product "GABA Boost" and may I please inquire, what makes this product able to cross the blood brain barrier where as others get little across? I'm am researching on this, for my own personal use, before purchashing a par [...]

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The Mediterranean Diet and Depression

Diet has been scientifically proven to have impact on depression and anxiety. Researchers found that the individuals who ate a Mediterranean diet had significant lower rates of depression. Many researches now suggest that people who follow a traditional Mediterranean diet may be less likely [...]

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Dr. Dave To Be A Guest On Heath IQ with Heidi Godman- WSRQ 106.9FM/1220 AM Tuesday 5/28


Dr. Dave Scheiderer will be the guest on Health IQ With Hedi Godman this coming Tuesday, May 28th at 3:00 PM on Sarasota's WSRQ 106.9 FM/1220 AM. Heidi and Dr. Dave will be discussing psychoneuroimmunology and avoiding burnout.
ABOUT HEALTH IQ Radio Health IQ [...]

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Dr. Dave TO Speak At APA’s Annual Meeting
Dr. David J. Scheiderer, MD, MBA, DFAPA , Director of Education at Integrative Psychiatry, Inc, in Sarasota, Florida, clinician, educator, lecturer and  key opinion leader in both conventional, mainstream psychiatry and complementary and alternative medicine will be speaking at on the topic of Psyc [...]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Did you know?

An estimated 26% of American adults – about 1 in 4 – suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in any given year. This translates to roughly 57 million people.
Mental disorders, especially depression, are the leading cause of disability in the U.S. and [...]

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Is Your Crawlspace or Attic Making You Sick?
May 2, 2013 in Health Conditions    
Crawlspaces and attics are dark, dingy and sometimes damp: all ideal conditions for mold, fungus, and other germs to flourish. Mold in crawlspaces is extremely common, and may impact one in three crawlspaces in the United States, according to mold remediation specialist Jim Dobbins. It’s usual [...]

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Sustaining And Boosting Brain Function With FolaNAC
As we get older, maintaining and enhancing brain function becomes increasingly important. Some degree of memory problems and a modest decline in the brain's process that regulates an individual's ability to organize thoughts and activities, prioritize tasks, manage time efficiently, and ma [...]

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How Does the Way You Think Impact Your Health?
Apr 23, 2013 in Health Conditions, Stress and Your Health    
 
“Disease cannot live in a body that’s in a healthy emotional state,” at least, so says author Bob Proctor in the film, “The Secret.” “The Secret” — which was not being shown in theaters, but rather was spread through a viral, grassroots ma [...]

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The Treatment of Burnout Starts With Lifestyle
Apr 17, 2013 in Burnout, Stress and Your Health    

As I mentioned in my last blog on the causes of burnout (http://integrativepsychiatry.net/blog/burnout-stress-gone-wild-the-causes-by-dr-dave/), the base of my pyramid shaped step-wise approach to treating burnout and other stress syndromes comprises lifestyle modifications or what I call Hea [...]

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