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 […]
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Who says that physical exercise is done only to acquire a healthy body? A recent study shows the more stairs a person climbs, the healthier is his brain. The study also revealed that when a person spends more number of years in school, his brain physically appears younger.
It is not easy to live with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). There appears to be a difference of opinion about the disease; some think it as a matter of choice of behavior or a result of bad parenting, while others believe that the disease runs in families.
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 […]
Depression, one of the most common reasons for disability among Americans, needs to be recognized and treated. While people suffering from depression are not able to get rid of negative thoughts and feelings of hopelessness, it is shocking how Americans have underestimated the brutality of the disease.
Is your “online self” more extravagant and deliberate than your “real self?” Are you under pressure to be perfect socially? Do you want to be socially “on” every minute? Do you shiver from social FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)? If the answers to all these are positive, you are probably addicted to social media, and […]
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 […]
Food doesn’t just keep your body going, but keeps your mind healthy too. Certain foods have the capability to keep mental problems at bay. According to experts, following a particular kind of food regimen can help in keeping off Alzheimer’s and dementia and prevent cognitive degeneration.
Treatment-resistant depression has been posing a big challenge to psychiatrists. However, there is some hope for such patients. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) along with antidepressants may bring long-term benefits to patients suffering from treatment-resistant depression, a recent study has found.
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 […]
News on Mental Health
- Mental health physicians highlight most effective therapies for seniors October 10, 2019
- A study reveals synthetic psychedelic 5-MeO-DMT improves anxiety and depression July 29, 2019
- Twitter issues new rules to guard users from online trolls June 13, 2018
- High level of NRG3 can increase risk of schizophrenia, finds study May 7, 2018