Innate Health Research builds evidence-based, peer-reviewed research to increase awareness and access to innate health programming.
REPORT: Innate Health, Addiction, & Mental Health
Substance use disorder (SUD) constitutes a large societal problem. The 2019 National survey on drug use and health revealed that 60.1% of Americans (older than 12 years) reported to have used drugs during the last month. In 2019, more than 70,000 Americans died from a drug overdose. The annual cost related to SUD in United States hospitals alone was estimated at $13.2 billion. Helping individuals cope with and potentially overcome their addictions, is essential for societies, communities, families, and individuals involved.
REPORT: ANOTHER SLICE OF HAPPINESS?
This preliminary report is about the social and psychological effects of the A Slice of Happiness (ASOH) programme. So far, a total of 99 respondents of the ASOH intervention have enrolled in the research and answered a variety of questions about wellbeing, anxiety, depression, somatization and prosocial and antisocial behavior (dependent variables) and innate health, resilience and social inclusion (mediating variables).
PRE-PRINT: INNATE HEALTH: A NOVEL EXAMINATION OF WHAT EXPLAINS WELL-BEING, PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR, AND AGGRESSION AMONG MEN LIVING IN A UK PRISON
Knowledge about one’s innate health is central to a variety of positive mental health markers. However, men living in prison rarely receive education about how to access these internal resources. As such, this study seeks to replicate and extend emerging data on an innate health intervention.
PRE-PRINT: THREE PRINCIPLES, EXPERTISE AND WELL-BEING: INTRODUCING THE 3PHR-SCALE
The popularity of Three Principles of Health Realization (3PHR) interventions among mental health professionals is increasing. We developed a scale to measure the core theoretical beliefs that underlie 3PHR interventions: Thought, Consciousness, and Mind. To test the scale, we surveyed 282 participants enrolled in an annual 3PHR conference