National Institute of Mental Health

October 19, 2014

Toxic Metal Overload Depression – Walsh Biotype

Approximately 5% of the 2,800 persons in our depression database exhibited toxic-metal poisoning as their primary chemical imbalance. If not recognized they result in treatment failure.
October 12, 2014

Pyrrole Disorder and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

Pyrrole disorder is one you must absolutely consider in treatment resistant depression: Severe pyrrole levels have been observed in persons diagnosed with violent behaviors, depression, schizophrenia, and other serious mental disorders.
September 27, 2014

Overmethylation and Depression – Walsh Biotypes

This brief video on the Walsh overmethylation - folate deficiency depression biotype [2 of 5] - will remind you of the the fact that depression is more than just an appearance of sadness.
May 6, 2013

NIMH Agrees: DSM 5 Needs Revision

Dr Thomas Insel, Director of the National Institutes of Mental Health, joins the growing group of leading psychiatrists who address the neuroscientific inadequacy of the current diagnostic system. Check out this report in detail at Mind Hacks:

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