(NaturalNews) The purpose of Mental Health Exposed on Natural News Radio is to teach strategies that help you achieve mental health, as well as expose the fraud and incompetence in the health care and personal growth industries today. This week's episode features some rather controversial views on mental health as well as thought provoking, true stories about healing depression and even schizophrenia with vitamin therapy. Listen to this week's show here
Joining me is Dr. Andrew Saul of doctoryourself.com
, a popular natural health website that receives over 40,000 visitors every day. Dr. Saul is the editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service
. He is also author of seven books, including Doctor Yourself
and Fire your Doctor
(this guy likes to avoid controversy, doesn't he?)
Saul has been awarded the Citizens for Health Outstanding Health Freedom Activist Award, was named one of seven natural health pioneers by Psychology Today
, and is featured in the movie Food Matters
. As you will hear on this week's show, Dr. Saul doesn't pull any punches.
Here are 5 things to listen for:
1.Why your doctor doesn't understand some of the best remedies for physical and emotional challenges.
2. How the common vitamin niacin, in the right dosage, can alleviate depression and even turn the tide of psychosis in schizophrenic patients.
3.How Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, was cured of his lifelong depression by Dr. Abram Hoffer, the psychiatrist who founded orthomolecular medicine
. Then, how Bill W. promoted niacin therapy among his friends, but never introduced it as part of the AA protocol!
4. What you can do, specifically, to take responsibility for your health if you have, like most of us do, physical or emotional issues that need attention.
5. What it takes, realistically, to heal yourself with natural medicine. Are you prepared to make the commitment?
Also, listen to the true story of one of Dr. Abram Hoffer's patients
Psychotherapist Jake Eagle of Green Psychology
will tell the amazing true story of a young woman he referred to Dr. Hoffer for schizophrenia. This young woman endured very trying circumstances leading up to a psychotic break, was labeled a schizophrenic, medicated and then proceeded to gain 200 pounds as a result of the medication and a poor diet.
Amazingly, this woman was well on the road to recovery with the help of orthomolecular medicine just a few weeks after seeing Dr. Hoffer (she and her mother relocated to Canada to be treated by him). Sadly, this isn't the end of the story. Listen to the show and confront issues that face anyone in need of healing.
This episode highlights two sides of healing: the physical and psychological
On the physical side, orthomolecular medicine is demonstrated as an obvious choice. Anyone who wouldn't consider this approach in light of the evidence
has a very unfortunate bias in my view.
On the psychological side, this episode underscores the need for each of us to develop the skills and tools to face our unique circumstance in life. Without skills to cope with the significant challenges of life, we remain dangerously vulnerable.
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