Archive for the ‘Misdiagnosed Depression’ Category

“Why didn’t my doctor tell me this?” Misdiagnosis in Women Premenopausal or Menopausal

Melissa, 38, came into the center complaining of fatigue, aches, pains, and difficulty sleeping and having less stamina to go about and finish her day. Prior to her arrival at Mia’s Center, Melissa went to her family doctor who had prescribed antidepressants and told her it sounded like she was... Read More

Rise in Female Anxiety and Depression Is Really a Low Serotonin Epidemic

Some experts believe that low serotonin has become a virtual epidemic in the United States. Serotonin is the key to our feelings of happiness, and it helps defend against both anxiety and depression. That said, it is no surprise that serotonin imbalance is one of the most common contributors to... Read More

Women With Severe Hormone Changes Have Brain Chemistry Imbalances, Not Mental Insanity

Do you feel like you are on an emotional rollercoaster losing it or going insane? One minute you may feel agitated, and lash out irrationally at friends and loved ones. The next minute you may weep and want to be held. Do you feel overwhelmed, sad beyond words, or scared for no apparent reason, or... Read More