"Understanding the role of repressed emotions in medical illness constitutes a frontier that we have not even begun to explore. It's time to begin that journey."

- Dr. Samuel Mann


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July 04, 2024

Metoprolol: A Warning: a Serious Unreported Side Effect that is Affecting Millions

There is an unfortunate, common side effect that my experience suggests is affecting as many as 10-20% of patients who are taking metoprolol or similar medications to manage hypertension, coronary heart disease, or cardiac arrhythmias.

May 29, 2024

Treating ADHD: A Completely Overlooked Alternative to Adderall

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), though commonly affecting children, also affects over 10 million adults in the US. Adderall is one of the most widely prescribed medications prescribed to treat it. It helps some, but in many, its effect is much less than desired. Many continue to have difficulty focusing; many remain tense.

February 09, 2024

3 Creative Strategies for Using Diuretics

Diuretics increase the excretion of sodium and water by the kidneys. They are incredibly important medications and are prescribed to tens of millions of Americans. Learn three very interesting and helpful ways to use diuretics that are rarely if ever discussed in the guidelines or suggested by physicians yet are extremely helpful in optimizing the use of diuretics.

Hidden Within Us: A Radical New Understanding of the Mind-Body Connection

"A compelling and convincing argument positing that the path to healing begins within."


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Who is Dr. Mann?

Dr. Samuel Mann is a physician, researcher, and author. He specializes in the management of hypertension at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College, where he is a Professor of Clinical Medicine. He is a pioneer in the treatment of hypertension in patients using a combined approach of traditional medicine and mind-body connection.

Dr. Mann has published numerous papers in leading medicine, hypertension and psychology journals, and numerous book chapters.

When Dr. Mann isn't teaching, speaking or saving lives, he spends time with his family. He's also an avid runner and tennis player.