Mental Health Articles Page 6

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Deeper than the substantial fitness benefits of practicing yoga are the benefits of yoga for balance, integration, and healing. At its roots, yoga is...
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Being diagnosed with a mental illness is a life-changing, often nearly devastating thing for most people who experience it. Most medical diagnoses are...
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The word ghrelin may become as familiar to those with depression as the words serotonin or dopamine. Ghrelin is a hormone produced in our stomach and...
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While many kids can’t wait to “grow up,” it’s not that adulthood has some kind of special allure for them other than freedom. Adulthood comes with the...
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You are feeling tense, fatigued, sad, unmotivated, and your physician gave you clean bill of health. Now, you have an appointment with a psychiatrist,...
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Why write at all? For those who do it from blogs to bestsellers it almost always starts as a compulsion. Perhaps the draw is the language, the intrica...
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If you are not doing as well as you would like on school exams it may not be stress that is interfering with your concentration. Although taking notes...
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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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