‘Pilea depression’ helped me with my depression
CNN has named its first ‘Pillow Talk’ podcast, which will focus on depression.
Pillows are the brain’s protective layer that protects us from harmful effects of the environment.
They are made from layers of cotton and wool that are woven together, but that can cause them to shrink or tear as they get wet, making them more difficult to keep warm.
In addition to keeping the brain safe, Pillows help with mental health, as they can relieve symptoms like mood swings, anxiety, and memory loss.
The podcast, called “Pileas,” will take listeners through an experience with a psychiatrist that has helped them overcome a mental health problem.
The psychiatrist will tell the listener how they felt during the episode, how it affected them and how the treatment works, including a pill that works to block the release of stress hormones and boost serotonin.
Pileas will also include stories of people with mental illnesses and how they cope with them.
Pileats also will look at the importance of depression as a chronic illness, and how it can be treated.
“We don’t really know why it happens, but it is very often the result of stress and lack of connection with other people,” the psychiatrist said.
“The more depressed you are, the more people you interact with, the less likely you are to get better.”
The podcast will be available to listeners for free and will be supported by a $50,000 grant from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, a nonprofit group dedicated to supporting research on the causes of mental illness.
Pumpkinhead co-founder, Chris Trew, told CNN that the podcast will help people who are struggling with mental illness, or are struggling to get through the day.
“I think that it’s important for us to understand that we have these different issues that can affect different people, and that we need to be open and honest and open about that and not shy away from that, Trew said.