Mental Health Articles

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Recent research shows that curious people generally report “higher levels of subjective well-being which, in turn, is associated with lower levels of...
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Depression is a disorder suffered by as many as 350 million people worldwide, some five percent of the world’s population. The World Health Organizati...
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“Trait anxiety” seems to determine whether stress helps or hinders us in competitive situations. Trait anxiety measures a person’s tendency to see the...
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For those who suffer from insomnia, the feeling of having to force their way through each day never really leaves them. The lack of sleep can wear the...
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Depression is a terrible and painful disorder. The feelings of worthlessness, sadness and emptiness can immobilize the best of us. If you have a frie...
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Reading quotes about love can validate our own thoughts and feelings about it, challenge our personal sentiments or broaden our perspective. The follo...
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Some scientists are trying to solve the puzzle of depression by thinking outside the box. Turhan Canli, for instance, suggests that depression may be...
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If you think you may be suffering from depression, it is better to address it now than to wait and see whether it worsens. Depression is easier to tre...
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Much is being reported about the dangers of not getting enough sleep or getting too much. For some of us, this is just one more thing to worry about....
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When people are depressed, it can feel pointless to take a walk in nature, listen to inspiring music or read something that stirs curiosity. Attempti...

 
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