A couple of weeks ago we looked at genetic testing regarding mental illness and how it could impact the treatment of mental illness in the future. But it also brought up the question can mental illnesses be genetic? Can you pass down a mental illness onto your kids and in extended families what are the chances of multiple people dealing a mental illness?
Erin, Bart & Nathaniel discuss the taboo subject about Antidepressants, coffee and how the week went on planet Barty. Erin explains that Antidepressants is the umbrella term for medication that is used to treat mental illnesses not just depression. There are five main types of antidepressants. With 1 in 8* Australians taking some sort of antidepressant (this is around 15% of the population), they’re becoming more common to take. But how many of us know what antidepressants do or the types of antidepressants available?
We’ve all been told by some well-meaning person about an amazing new supplement/drink/product that will change your life and help with your mental health. Or if you have a particular mental illness, you really should avoid a particular thing according to this new research or one-off article that’s been posted around on Facebook. But what truth is there behind the supplements and things you should avoid?
This is a must watch, it's about one of my most favorite and comical chefs, the talented @Matty Matheson telling his story pre & post his heart attack, as well as his journey of destruction, mental health and today 9 years 100% dry.