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    Don Banks: Badgers’ Clay among undrafted prospects left in limbo
    It’s a subjective call, but to me, John Clay serves perfectly as the current face of the NFL’s lockout and labor stand off. The former Wisconsin Badgers running back and 2009 Big Ten offensive player of the year is one of the hundreds of undrafted collegiate free agents who are trapped in limbo by the stalemate. Their college careers are over, but their pro careers aren’t likely to begin until …

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      I would appreciate if you read all of this :)Well I just wanted to let you know things that I’ve been observing and doing for the past year that has helped me so much with my diagnosis of bipolar which comes with depression and anxiety. Seriously, I can’t even sleep for days without my heavy loads of medication, but these ways of doing things really helps with all of this. At first I thought it wouldn’t help then, I just tried and found it really helped. Here are some things that naturally helps that you can do on your own. First of all never call your self sick or label yourself. You must accept yourself also. Just treat yourself for your symptoms, like a cold in a way. Notice your symptoms, like when you notice a cough, treat it, but don’t obsess over it, and you’ll notice improvement the best. Remember things can always be worse so make the most of what you can as you try to improve your situation. To feel better you have to want it and believe you’ll be okay, and once you believe it and want it, you’ll start asking people questions and be interested on your own on how to be stable. You’ll also feel a relief that you will find help soon enough. All the help you need is within yourself and other places out there. The body works by chemical reactions and foods are chemicals consumed to help the body carry on things that the body needs to do. So it’s important to get all nutrients needed. Take half a multi-vitamin a day, try taking vitamin b-stress complex daily, and take omega 3-6-9 supplements which is proven to help with nourishing the brain. Take it for a few weeks and you’ll notice the difference. Also, mood problems can occur from hormonal imbalances, like low thyroid levels. It is also very important to get sunlight daily which helps boost the mood. Exercise helps boost the mood and and take care of excess energy. It helps with better sleep at night. Make sure you sleep and wake up at a regular schedule. Sleep is very important to help the mind heal and to be in a good mood. Get 8hrs of sleep each night. No more than ten because too much sleep can make you feel groggy. Another thing is try to change any negative or stressful thought you have to an optimistic one. Even if it doesn’t feel like you believe it, tell yourself you believe it. Also, try not to label as much and just be, just say things are just the way they are, you are the one who puts meanings on things. I once was told everything is love, atleast some sort of love, and everything else is your own perception. Jealousy, hate anger, resentment takes away calmness from people, and a sense of peace in ones’ mind is important. it’s also important to have a general love for humanity. Also stay away from stimulating things, no hair spray, markers, chocolate, tea, coffee, horror flicks. Anything that causes that high or rushed feeling causes stress on the body. Here are some great websites for anxiety and bipolar:http://www. helpguide. org/mental/anxiety_?http://www. selftherapy. org/?gclid=CPnvts?http://anxieties. com/free. phphttp://www. anxietynetwork. com/helphome. h?http://blogs. psychcentral. com/bipolar/20?Hope this helps you guys, message me if you have any questions or wanna talk

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          That I’m soon going to stop my anti-depressant medication and, all the other junk I have taken for years an years. I want my life back, because I have not been able to enjoy life, as a rational an gifted person who happens to have Asperger’s Syndrome. plus the lack of neurochemicals, such as dopamine, serotonin & norepinephrine working at my advantage, instead of against me!I want a natural supplement or supplements, I have already quit smoking, doing some strength training, once or twice a week, plus aerobic exercises. I know there are many “natural supplement products”, out there. I probably don’t have the cash to pay for the very best!, But whatever I can buy, I want it to be safe, with no significant side-effects!, In treating depression, anxiety & premature ejaculation, including sexual stamina, desire etc. Please be truthful, honest and give your profesional advice. If your in the medical field, And are a licensed doctor or MD, that’s a plus! I wouldn’t mind a psychiatrist, or in the field of nutrition perhaps too! And or alternative medicine, open minded, knowledgable. . .

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