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Meghan Trainor confesses sliding into gorge of depression and anxiety

Meghan Trainor confesses sliding into gorge of depression and anxiety

April 16th, 2018

The scale of mental health crisis has incredibly widened among young musicians due to their incapability to handle the challenge of multitasking and excessive adulation of the fans. In fact, a number of artists and musicians in recent times have admitted of falling into the dark pit of depression and anxiety after being catapulted to […]

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Discontinuation of antidepressants heightens relapse risk rate compared to continuation of treatment

Discontinuation of antidepressants heightens relapse risk rate compared to continuation of treatment

January 2nd, 2018

Anxiety disorders are one of the major mental health issues that have led to numerous socioeconomic problems. A considerable proportion of the burden surfaces due to the increased risk of relapses among patients post recovery. As highlighted by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), more than half of the people with the first episode of depression […]

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Stress: A different ballgame for both men and women

Stress: A different ballgame for both men and women

December 22nd, 2017

Stress is a physical response to the feelings that overburden or overwhelm people. It can stem from demands related to finances, work, relationships and other situations that pose a real or perceived threat to a person’s well-being. The general reaction to stress is the ‘fight-or-flight’ response when the body prepares to respond either by fighting […]

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Deciphering unwanted thoughts that surge during anxiety

Deciphering unwanted thoughts that surge during anxiety

December 6th, 2017

The feeling of anxiety is a normal part of life, especially when asking someone out on a date, taking an important test, making a presentation or attending a meeting. However, anxiety disorders pack a powerful punch of intense symptoms that can significantly disrupt one’s life. One of the most intrusive symptoms is the occurrence of […]

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Pent up emotions can manifest in anxiety

Pent up emotions can manifest in anxiety

November 14th, 2017

Many people tend to hold back or repress their emotions until they start affecting their daily life. Unlike children who are able to express their emotions quite openly, a majority of adults prefer suppressing their feelings due to the innate fear of criticism and ostracization. When children are happy, they scream with joy, jump up […]

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Know how to control weird thinking caused by anxiety

Know how to control weird thinking caused by anxiety

November 2nd, 2017

Anxiety is one of the most common mental disorders affecting millions in the United States. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), nearly 18.1 percent adults aged 18 to 54 struggle with an anxiety disorder in a given year. It can cause substantial damage to a person’s physical and psychiatric health, and lead […]

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Overuse of video games inflicts adverse psychosocial results

Overuse of video games inflicts adverse psychosocial results

October 24th, 2017

Many mental health professionals and researchers have been analyzing the relationship between social anxiety disorder (SAD) and addictive behaviors, such as obsession about online video games and social networking sites (SNSs). The moderate use of video games, especially indulgence in massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) can enhance a person’s self-esteem and instill essential habits […]

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How food allergy may lead to childhood anxiety

How food allergy may lead to childhood anxiety

September 19th, 2017

“The immune system evolved to protect us from things that are not ourselves, like viruses or pathogens, yet we consume nutrients, which are themselves foreign,” said Charles Surh, adjunct professor, La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology in the Division of Developmental Immunology, as he conducted a study on food allergies some time ago. Approximately […]

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Anxiety spikes risk of misinterpreting expression and misidentifying emotions

Anxiety spikes risk of misinterpreting expression and misidentifying emotions

September 11th, 2017

Anxiousness or anxiety is an emotion indicated by an uneasy state of inner disturbance that is often accompanied by nervous behavior, such as biting nails, pacing back and forth, feeling an urge to vomit or butterflies in the stomach, and constant worrying and rumination. While going through such an overwhelming state, it becomes quite demanding […]

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Separation anxiety severely impacts a child

Separation anxiety severely impacts a child

August 28th, 2017

Saying goodbye to the people one loves can often be a painful experience, especially in the case of a young child. Separation from one’s parents at young age can make his or her situation more complicated that can eventually take the shape of an anxiety disorder. Some children are so attached to their parents that […]

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