Mental Health Articles Page 2

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Roseroot, or rhodiola rosea, is a promising alternative treatment for major depressive disorder. Roseroot is a flowering perennial plant that grows we...
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A private biotech tech company is ready to test a once-daily pill designed to relieve depression symptoms within 24 hours. The company, called Naurex,...
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When women reach the end of their child-bearing years, their bodies go through menopause, as they stop producing the hormones needed to conceive and b...
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About five years ago on the TV show "60 Minutes," psychologist Irving Kirsch said that the effect of both antidepressants and placebos is about the sa...
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How do we define depression? Is it a disease of the mood, or one of the spirit? Depression Persistent sadness, anxiety, despondence, loss of interest...
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Concern or activity that cultivates the growth and well-being of coming generations is called generativity or generative thinking. Research and life e...
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It is difficult to get the sleep we need when going to bed with a stressful day on our mind. Journaling, research shows, is an excellent way to relea...
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Some stress in life is unavoidable and it can show up with joyful or distressing events. Though we cannot control everything, we can decide how to bes...
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If you tend to feel off kilter or more off kilter than usual when the clock is set ahead for daylight savings time (DST), you are not alone. Many peo...
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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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