Every year, millions of Americans suffer from mental illnesses such as depression, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder (BD), which render them incapable of doing everyday activities. Even children are not immune to the prevailing crisis of mental health problems. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly half of all mental issues start appearing in children […]
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Schizophrenia is one of the most devastating mental health disorders that affects 1 percent of the world’s population. A unique trait of schizophrenia that distinguishes it from other mental health disorders is the chaos and confusion in mental processing, arising from extremely fast processing of the brain. As a result, the patient loses the ability […]
Neurodegenerative disease is a broad term referring to a range of mental disorders that primarily affect the neurons found in the brain. Unfortunately, any damage done to the neurons cannot be replaced, and this is the reason why most neurodegenerative diseases are incurable, leading to progressive degeneration of the nerve cells.
A traumatic experience may ignite feelings of constant despair, fear and anxiety. People who have been victims of or witnesses to disturbing events are caught up in flashbacks and nightmares and find it extremely difficult to lead a normal life. People suffering from the aftereffects of trauma are known to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder […]
“In digital era, privacy must be a priority,” said Al Gore, an American politician and environmentalist. Truly, not everyone likes to share any of his or her secrets or personal information. However, with the advent of the social media, people have got an easy access to both public and private life of the people around […]
Mental health illnesses have become a major concern in the United States. The National Comorbidity Survey Replication (NCS-R), the first of its kind to employ an elaborate research design to estimate Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) among a national sample of adults in the U.S. data, reported a 26.2 percent prevalence of […]
Some neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease are developmental health issues. Infections, chronic high blood pressure, genetic traits are factors that are usually attributed to the onset and worsening of this disorder. Clinicians are witnessing the symptoms of this disorder across a big chunk of population in the country. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than […]
Postpartum depression (PPD) can be difficult to recognize and symptoms are often mistaken for “baby blues.” Despite the similarity in the symptoms, they are more pronounced in PPD and last much longer, sometimes extending to weeks, months or even a year or longer. Some of the common symptoms of PPD include crying, irritability, disrupted sleep […]
Optimal mental health is a necessity for all but for many people it becomes a distant dream. Millions of people every year in the country are afflicted with mental health conditions that severely affect the quality of their life and leave their minds scarred forever. The genesis of mental health disorders may be attributed to […]
Most people are always on the lookout for the perfect diet plans that can help them attain a balance between a healthy body and mind. Nevertheless, trying out ideas advised by therapists, friends or those available online may not always have the desired effects. Sometimes, it may lead to complications.
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