Mental Health Articles

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There are many scientific reasons why yoga is good exercise choice for people with depression. Practicing yoga helps us become mindful of the present,...
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To help with severe or stubborn depressive symptoms, doctors and therapists sometimes recommend clients take an antidepressant. Taking medication is a...
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Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), which has been around since 1938, has undergone a transformation of sorts—it is delivered more precisely and humanely...
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A central aim of any artistic expression is to convey to an audience the artist’s feeling about a given subject that is both honest and beautiful. Wil...
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The end of a relationship presents a dichotomy of feeling. On one hand, ending a relationship one invested in heavily is something that everyone can s...
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Some very fine minds throughout history have considered play to be the best use of our human powers. To run, skip, jump, be attentive, curious, and ex...
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Some researchers at Johns Hopkins gave an anti-cancer compound to adolescent mice with a rodent version of schizophrenia. The compound, called FRAX486...
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Research tells us that green tea is not only good for our health, but has a positive effect on brain function. It enhances our thinking processes, esp...
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It is a plus for mental health treatment that researchers are increasingly generating hard research data about about the benefits of mindfulness medit...
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Given a choice, the human mind tends to reach for an immediate reward instead of holding out for a better future payoff. Instead of saving money to cr...

 
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