Depression and Insomnia

A systems pattern of recovery from comorbid chronic disease through immune competency is currently seen best in a regular subjective reporting process. Because standard of care for depression and insomnia also rely on self-reporting and these comorbidities are already well identified as occuring together in the literature,[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] the data below were selected from the cohort to describe immune competency recovery. Varied… Read More »

2015 St Petersburg Russia

St. Petersburg, Russia was a fantastic experience!  It all started when I was invited to participate in the conference with the following letter: V International Symposium “Interaction of the nervous and immune   systems in health and disease”   June 23-26   2015  Saint Petersburg Russia   E-mail: nim_spb2015@mail.ru  Web: http://www.iemrams.spb.ru/english/nim2015eng.htm Saint Petersburg, June 4, 2015… Read More »

Metabolic Syndrome and Insomnia

Comorbidities are expected and occurring with greater frequency in US adults.  In fact, a recent study showed that in the United States, there is now a prevalence of multiple chronic conditions (MCC) in 26% of adults which has increased from 21% ten years before.[1]  One such MCC relationship that has recently been noted in the scientific medical… Read More »