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An alcoholic in a pandemic: How I fought the anxiety, the lack of routine – and stayed sober throughout

I’ll always be an alcoholic. The drinks cabinet in my Waterford home has earned my gaze more than it did prior to the unwelcome arrival of Covid-19. How could it not? And I will always know my triggers. Thankfully, vodka remains nothing more than a concept for me, as does the prospect of sipping a… Read More »

Weekly Health Quiz: Fluoride, Anxiety and 5G

1 According to recent research and clinical experimentation, high-dose treatment with the following has been shown to significantly improve COVID-19 outcomes: Melatonin Recent research suggests melatonin may be an important adjunct to COVID-19 treatment. Patients hospitalized with COVID-19 pneumonia who were given high-dose melatonin as an adjunct therapy to standard of care improved within four… Read More »

When is anxiety useful

We often hear about the negative aspects of anxiety, but could there be any advantages or benefits that come from living with anxiety? Anxiety is a feeling that is often characterized by intense fear, worry, and apprehension. Many anxiety sufferers describe it as a feeling of nervousness and dread that can be distracting at best… Read More »