Category Archives: Anxiety

Seven for Anxiety-Depression 2016

Majid Ali, M.D. Combining Benefits of: 1. Pray, Just Pray, to God of Your Knowing 2. Limbic Breathing With Slow Breathe-Outs 3. Insulin-Wise Eating 4. Brain Nutrients 5. Limbic Exercise (Non-competitive, Non-analytical) 6. Gentle Castor Rubs 7. Acupressure Points For detailed information on all of the above, please consider my FREE course entitled Dr. Ali’s Anxiety Course. Simply, enter the

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Dr. Ali’s Top Seven Natural Therapies for Alzheimer’s Disease

Majid Ali, M.D. Following are my seven most preferred natural remedies for Alzheimer’s disease in its early and intermediate stages. It is important that the readers recognize that all my guidelines offered in the Science, Health, and Healing Library (video and DVD seminars, short videos, and articles) are for use only in chronic diseases under the supervision of their practitioners.

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Dr. Ali’s Top Seven for Nighttime Brain Health

Majid Ali, M.D. Guidelines for Improving Sleep and Controlling Fears, Anxiety,Depression, and Related Disorders Three Essentials 1. Begin with healing conversations of Compassion and Self-compassion. 2. Lean slow breathing 3. Start with only one nutrient from the Night Group and one from the Day Group. The others, one by one, guided by your tolerance. 4. Bring this information to your

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Dr. Ali’s Top Seven Remedies for Depression

Majid Ali, M.D. Depression can be a life-threatening conditions. Thus, initially all nondrug natural remedies should be used under the care of a practitioner after full clinical evaluation. In many cases, the use of antidepressant drugs become essential to prevent the development of life-threatening crisis. That said, one’s truest teacher for coping with depression initially and later controlling depression is

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Oxygen Model of Anxiety – Dr. Ali’s Anxiety Course

Majid Ali, M.D May your present truth be your present blessings.   My Oxygen Model of Anxiety is an extension of my Oxygen Model of Health and Disease. It is a unifying model that explains all aspects of anxiety—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of disturbed oxygen function. The most important among these compromised and/or blocked functions are:

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