Mental Health News Page 35

stress
People under stress use different brain regions and different strategies when learning from people who are not under stress. Non-stressed individuals...
sleeper
Sleep problems are increasing around the world, in developing as well as developed nations. Sleep disorders are linked to depression and anxiety as w...
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Women who suffer from major depression may benefit from creatine, a muscle building dietary supplement. A new study shows that women who added 5 gram...
brain
Major stress and chronic depression often go together. Unfortunately, together they cause the loss of brain volume which contributes to emotional and...
smile
A new study reveals a smile and heart health connection. Holding a smile during periods of stress may help heart health. Smiling is a positive sign...
girl
The percentage of girls aged 12 to 15 years who experienced a major depressive episode has tripled from 5.1% to 15.2% in the last year. Girls suffer...
yes
There are some people who say depression is part of Western culture. But we know now that’s not true: depression is found in every culture around th...
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People living near coastal communities have better health than people who live inland. Researchers from the European Centre for Environment & Hum...
woman
Most women know that heart attack and heart disease is the number one killer for their gender. But most women probably don’t realize that women with...
depressed
Scientists have discovered a new molecular mechanism for responsible for the most common symptom of depression: the inability to experience pleasure....

 
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