Mental Health Articles Page 5

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Biofeedback is the technique of using your thoughts to control body functions such as heart rate. Electrical sensors placed on the body relay informat...
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Here is a quick and effective way to manage stress, worry, and anxiety. It is a practice simple and convenient enough to use several times during the...
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If you are pregnant and stressed or wonder if you are depressed, you are not alone. Research shows that up to 33 percent of women experience depressio...
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Scent has a profound effect on emotions. Studies show essential oils can produce different patterns on the brain and aromas can have an unconscious ef...
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Hypothyroidism occurs when the butterfly-shaped thyroid gland in our neck does not manufacture enough thyroid hormone. A variety of symptoms are assoc...
Surviving the Fourth Cycle
The memoir Surviving the Fourth Cycle is a death-grip tale recounting the horrors and high points of the young life of Nathan Daniels. From his earlie...
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The state of our mind is unconsciously linked to our breath. When the mind is calm, the breath slows down. As our thoughts become excited or agitated,...
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Small computers such as smartphones allow us to sit in a comfy chair or propped up in bed, and work late into the night. However, it tuns out this beh...
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The current paradigm of psychiatric treatment is best described as "biomedical psychiatry." It's been the major force in treatment for the mentally il...
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Taking several mini-vacations during a busy or dull day helps keep us relaxed, mentally refreshed, and our mood on an even keel. A mini-vacation is si...

 
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