Dr. Gregory Jantz

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The Physical Effects of Anxiety
Jun. 30, 2014

Long-term, chronic stress leaches health out of your body. What is protective in the short term is toxic in the long term. Anxiety can...

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How to Help Someone Suffering from PTSD
Jun. 30, 2014

Traumatic events happen every day, and can hit unfortunately close to home. Each day people are faced with sudden deaths of loved ones, natural...

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Are You Depressed?
May. 31, 2014

How do you know if you're depressed? When does sadness become depression? How many "bad days" can a person have in a row and...

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Finding Recovery Strength through God
May. 31, 2014

Recovery form an eating disorder or disordered eating—reconstruction—is an “inside-out” job. And the job is not complete until you have cleaned out emotionally, physically,...

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Overcoming Panic Attacks
May. 31, 2014

It all started with an elevator. Janice was taking the elevator up to her usual floor at work one day when the elevator malfunctioned....

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Self-Medicating Anxiety Through Anger
May. 31, 2014

Rarely do people just feel anxious. Most often, their anxiety is coupled with other addictions or issues that are either related or coping mechanisms...

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Do Multitaskers Have ADD?
May. 23, 2014

I often hear people bragging about being great “multitaskers.” However, for many of these so-called “multitaskers,” multitasking isn't about doing multiple things at once;...

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Rebuilding the Body’s Digestion System After an Eating Disorder
May. 8, 2014

Eating disorders can wreak havoc on all aspects of a person’s life: their mental wellness, emotional balance, relationships with the people around them, and...

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Eating Disorders: The Elusive High of Control
May. 6, 2014

From the moment you’re born, you are immersed in situations that are beyond your control. Best-case scenario, those who do have control of the...

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Detour of Denial: Accepting Pain of Past Key to Eating Disorder Treatment
May. 5, 2014

When someone seeks treatment for an eating disorder, they want help addressing the immediate issue at hand — their anorexic, bulimic, or compulsive overeating...

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Disordered Eating: When Anger Has Nowhere Else To Go
May. 4, 2014

Even when it seems like you’re feeling nothing but numb, lurking beneath the surface is the anger that’s being suppressed by your eating disorder....

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Eating Disorder Recovery: Overcoming Denial of Your Past
May. 3, 2014

Individuals with an eating disorder or disordered eating are often unaware of the source of their pain. In order to begin the recovery process,...

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