Mental Health Articles Page 76

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Although the two aren’t often linked by the general public, the medical community has long-since begun to warn people of the connection between depres...
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Food high in folic acid is important as humans need folate for a number of bodily functions. Folic acid allows for the synthesis of DNA, repairing of...
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Elevated cortisol levels can be extremely damaging to one’s health. Luckily, a number of examinations are available to detect, and ultimately, treat t...
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Adrenal deficiency occurs when the adrenal glands (which are located above the kidneys) do not produce the proper amount of steroid hormones, especial...
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Elevated cortisol levels and weight gain, unfortunately, go hand in hand. People who undergo stressful situations on a daily basis constantly release...
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Depression and serotonin can help with depression, a serious mental condition that comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. The disorder can come and g...
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Learn about how to reduce cortisol levels; cortisol is a hormone that is produced by the body to help deal with mental and physical wear. It can also...
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Cognitive deficits refers to any kind of impairment to cognitive performance or thought process. It may refer to something as broad as mental retarda...
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There is a tryptophan serotonin link. Most people think of tryptophan as the sleep stuff inside turkey that makes you pass out midday Thanksgiving. R...
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Are you wondering 'is my husband depressed?' The first thing any spouse should know – wife or husband – is that it is unwise and ultimately counterpro...

 
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