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The Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation is a silent epidemic. Since the invention of the light bulb, we have obtained less sleep than our ancestors. We prioritize work, school, socializing, sports, screen time – just about everything – over sleep. We stay up late…

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Fighting Depression with Ketamine

Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. According to the National Institute of Mental Health in 2015, an estimated 16.1 million adults aged 18 or older in the United States had at least…

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Shift Work Disorder

When your overnight shift becomes your morning after nightmare! Thomas Edison's invention of the light bulb in 1879 set in motion patterns of work that affect us to this day. Historically, mankind worked during the daylight hours, but the invention…

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Melatonin and Sleep

Melatonin is a natural hormone secreted by the  Pineal gland  deep inside the brain and circulated  throughout the body. The human brain begins to  produce this sleep inducing hormone when the sun  sets which tells the body it’s time for…

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Take the NO TV Challenge!

Did you know that the average U.S. adult watches more than 4 hours of television a day? That's 25 percent of waking time spent every day!  Turning off your television will gain you, on average, about 4 hours per day.…

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Shedding Light on Seasonal Sadness

Tips to Beat the Winter Blues   Winter will soon be in full force. As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, even the best of us can get a little down. The "winter blues" are characterized by…

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Could Video Games help MS Patients?

2.5 million People worldwide are suffering from symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis--a disabling neurological condition affecting many young adults. It can be very difficult for people suffering with MS to stay active. The disease, along with medications used to fight against…

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TEMPORARY OFFICE RELOCATION FOR CARY

Due to extensive damage sustained in a flood, our Cary office located at 251 Keisler Drive, Suite 100 Cary, will be closed temporarily until approximately May 31st while renovations and repairs to our office are completed.

In an effort to continue to see our patients with minimal disruption, we have secured a temporary location at the “REGUS” Building, 2500 Regency Parkway, Cary. This location is less than 1 mile from our Keisler Drive Cary office.

If you have an appointment in Cary after May 31st, please check our website to ensure we are back at our Keisler Drive Office. You will also receive reminder calls indicating the address of your upcoming appointment.

Please reach out to us with any questions, we hope to see you soon!