Mental Health Articles Page 7

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Three people (ages 45, 57, and 61) who have each managed chronic depression for 30 years or more, recently allowed me to eavesdrop on a conversation a...
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Some people are definitely indelible introverts, while others are no doubt effervescent extroverts. There is also a third group of individuals who hav...
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Eating disorders are becoming a widespread phenomenon in the United States and Canada. The number of places in the U.S. that are legalizing marijuana...
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Just like humans, our furry, feathery, scaly best friends can also suffer from depression. Pet depression is a serious condition and is not as uncommo...
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Ten to 15 percent of women can experience moderate to severe depression following the birth of a child. This type of depression, known as postpartum d...
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If you need to manage performance anxiety, Harvard research suggests that coaching yourself to get excited will help. Our natural tendency is to calm...
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Social anxiety disorder (SAD) can be effectively treated using cognitive behavioral therapy, according to researchers at Stanford University. A Stanfo...
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Children in foster care are at higher risk of several life-long issues, including mental illness and substance abuse. In an article published in the A...
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When you need to soothe your nerves, do you listen to music, take a walk, or curl up with a hot cup of tea? Those are all effective ways to de-stress,...
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Chiropractic care has been known to help ease physical pains, but new findings have opened a door of hope for those who seek alternative depression tr...

 
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