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Your Mighty Moody Microbiome – Part 2
How “Messages from Bugs” Affect Our Mental Health

Various bacteria found in your microbiome can exert epigenetic effects on your DNA, through a complex set of “messages from bugs.”

Treatment Resistance and the Biopsychosocial Model

According to the biopsychosocial model, mental health and wellness exists at the intersection between our biology, our psychology, and our environment.

Treatment-Resistant?: What to Do When Your Medication is Not Working

Treatment-resistant is a clinical term used to describe the situation when your condition doesn’t respond to a prescription medication as expected – it may work partially, or not at all.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 8
Inflammaging – ”Unzip” Your DNA to Prevent
32 Trillion Cells from Screaming for Relief

One of the most common ways in which we forget (or deny) that our actions have consequences is in the process of aging… or for some, “inflammaging”.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 4
Should “an Orchid” become “a Dandelion”?

Biohacking Your Orchid Genes SLC6A4, COMT, and OXTR. Maintain your beautiful orchid personality and develop the resiliency of a dandelion.

The DNA of Emotional Health – Part 3
Biohacking OXTR: the “I Feel Comforted” Gene

The OXTR Gene with Two Variants Can Affect Your Psychological Wellbeing. Learn how biohacking OXTR variants can lead to very positive outcomes.