January 28, 2023

Are you Feeling the Winter Blues?

Written by Dr. Sandra Miranda, ND Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or “winter blues” is a type of depression that affects many people during the late fall […]
January 9, 2022

Cholesterol & our Mental Health

Written by Dr. Sandra Miranda, ND Most cholesterol concerns are associated with high cholesterol and in all honesty our culture has labelled cholesterol as this evil […]
June 11, 2020

Feeling Unproductive Lately?

Written by Dr. Sandra Miranda, ND Feeling aimless or unproductive? Feeling unexpectedly tired? We’ve all had a lot to adjust to in these last several weeks, […]
November 27, 2019

Are You Sick and Tired Of Your Mood Swings?

Written by Dr Sandra Miranda, ND Most people have experienced mood swings at some point in their life.  Mood swings tend to cause a lot of […]
November 20, 2015

Four Reasons Why You Are Anxious And Can’t Sleep At Night

Last year an important cohort study published in the UK in the BMJ was released. It stated that people taking anti-anxiety drugs and sleeping pills significantly increase their chance of dying. The participants were followed over a period of 7 years and they ranged from 16 years old and older. So what does this mean to the millions of people who suffer from anxiety and insomnia who take these medications?