Entries by FMHH Team

Physical activity can help people experiencing first-episode psychosis: Study

Millions of Americans are debilitated by severe mental illnesses every year. Mental health problem in some cases are so severe that people experiencing them tend to lose touch with the reality. Their thoughts and emotions are tied to delusions, along with symptoms of absolute loss of motivation and social withdrawal. Many people with these signs […]

Paradoxical effects of LSD can help treat mental illnesses: Study

For generations, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) has been regarded as a psychedelic drug that can cause unpredictable effects such as hallucinations or an apparent extension of consciousness. While the seemingly contradictory and inconsistent effects of LSD use are known, a study by the Imperial College London confirmed that LSD can cause paradoxical effects, including psychosis-like […]

Don’t get confused between OCD & OCPD, they are different

Disorders related to brain and personality are very different from each other. But confusion might arise when the names for the two problems are very similar, for example, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and obsessive compulsive personality disorder (OCPD). Many people might consider both to be synonymous or might be unaware that both the disorders even […]

Chronic stress may trigger dementia: Study

Stress and anxiety are undoubtedly part and parcel of the modern fast-paced life. However, being stressed and anxious is normal until it remains a temporary problem. For example, feeling stressed before a job interview or an exam is an expected condition of the mind. But when it flares up to acute emotional outbursts at regular […]