40 Million US Adults Suffer From an Anxiety Disorder Each Year

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates 29% of US adults will experience an anxiety disorder during their lifetimes.  Lets look at what anxiety is from my perspective. An anxiety is a broad based fear that something “bad”or not wanted or not preferred is going to happen.  People have said to me “it feels like […]

Using Nightmares and Adversities as a Launching Pad to Your Success

“The only way that a person can have the life of their dreams is by first taking complete personal responsibility” – Dr Roland Phillips. One good way to understand success is by considering an exact opposite and that is somebody going to jail. When a person has a need to go to jail, it means […]

Some Quick Facts and Studies on the Benefits of Exercise

Millani & Colleagues from Ochsner Clinic followed 522 cardiac patients who exercised for 12 weeks of aerobic cardiovascular exercise for 50 minutes 3 times a week.  The results are as follows: -Physically fitter (cardiovascular fitness) -60% less likely to die in 6 years -lowered stress levels Green & Colleagues from The National Institute On Aging […]

Are Drugs Vitamins??

Check out the National Institute of Mental Health’s website and you’ll find an astounding fact: 30 million Americans took anti-depressants at a cost of 10 billion dollars in 2009.  Pharmaceutical companies overall sales for 2009 included 14.6 billion for psychotropic (mind altering) drugs and $4.8 billion for ADHD drugs.  Here’s some facts- 1). Anti-depressants/psychotropics are […]