This one’s on the link between anxiety/panic syndromes and chronic inflammation. There are almost 50 papers referenced in this article, and it represents months of research. I believe it is the most comprehensive article written to date summarizing what we know about the anxiety-inflammation link and includes some specific nutritional interventions as well.
Thanks to my Co-author, Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD
My co-author on this paper was Dr. Kelly Brogan, MD, and I am so grateful for her work and insight into researching this topic. Dr. Brogan is a board-certified psychiatrist, is an instructor at NYU School of Medicine, and has a private practice in New York City. She has has become a well-known leader in the field of holistic psychiatry, particularly for women. I cannot say enough about her drive to provide evidence-based treatments to her patients.
For those interested in reading this paper, it was published in the members-only journal of the Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation. However, they have given me permission to share it to my readers here.
Here’s the Paper….for FREE!
If you’d like to read it, it’s available on on my site here in PDF format: Anxiety: Inflammatory Origins & Natural Treatments.1Taylor Z and Brogan K. Anxiety: Inflammatory Origins and Natural Treatments. Price-Pottenger Journal. 2014; 38(3): 13-19.
I hope you enjoy this, and I welcome your feedback!
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|1.||↑||Taylor Z and Brogan K. Anxiety: Inflammatory Origins and Natural Treatments. Price-Pottenger Journal. 2014; 38(3): 13-19.|