As long as you can remember, have you had difficulty with:
- Paying attention
- Being easily distracted
- Acting Impulsively
- Remembering appointments
- Planning & Organizing
- Constant fidgeting
If you are between the ages of 18-65 you many be eligible to participate in a research study on adult ADHD treatment.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information:
- Call us at 905-921-7644
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Leave us your contact information in the comment section below
Cannabidiol (CBD), a nonintoxicating component of cannabis, has been garnering much interest as a potential treatment for a variety of physical and psychiatric conditions. Dr. Michael Van Ameringen provides his input on how much is really known regarding CBD and anxiety in this article by the New York Times.
Do breathing sounds annoy you?
Does repeated tapping make you angry?
Does the sound of others chewing fill you with rage?
Then take our Misophonia survey by clicking HERE.
An opinion piece on CBC outlining concern over increased self-medication once marijuana is legalized in Canada. Click here to read the article
What do you think?
Listen to CBC radio host Trevor Dineen talk about his personal struggle with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder here.
GUT MICROBIOME RESEARCH STUDY
We are currently recruiting adults (ages 18-65) for a study examining bacteria found in the human gut. Click HERE for more information or contact Jasmine at email@example.com
Microbiologist Brett Finlay talks about the microbes in our gut and how they can affect our health by helping develop our immune system. Listen to the interesting interview on The Current about his book “Let them Eat Dirt” and the connection between the gut microbiome and health HERE. Researchers (including us at the MacAnxiety Research Centre) have also begun looking at how these bacteria can influence mental health.
Learn about our microbiome study here or our natural health supplement or anxiety study here!
Are you depressed?
Has your low mood persisted for two weeks or more?
Have you noticed a decrease in your ability to enjoy your usual hobbies or interests?
Have you also noticed:
• Significant changes in your appetite?
• Feelings of worthlessness or guilt?
• Talk or move more slowly than usual?
• Decreased levels of energy?
We are conducting a study evaluating the potential effects of adding a new medication to your current antidepressant medication. You must be between the ages of 21-64 and in good overall physical health.
For more information, contact Palika: 905-921-7644 or firstname.lastname@example.org