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Stress

Holiday Stress and How to Handle it

Holidays can bring in quite a bit of stress with unwelcome guests and chores. There is a lot to do from setting up the house, getting the gifts ready, baking, cooking, cleaning. There are ways one can keep their cool during the holidays. Some of the ways are: Discover Ask yourself what the holidays mean […]

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Mental Health

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: PsychOnline – A Solution for Veterans Affairs (VA)

Flashbacks, nightmares, hopelessness – traumatic incidents can scar anyone’s mind. Most people take time to get over disturbing events of the past and start living a normal life. Often it seems difficult to get back to normal self long after the event occurred. Trauma can create emotions strong enough, to lead brain changes resulting in […]

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Mental Health

Tangible Food vs Intangible Mood and its Relation within you

Food is an essential part of culture in human society, in its physiological and cultural compliance and mental health is part of its cycle of being fit and healthy. Let us tell you the most basics : A healthy diet emphasizes having the appropriate portions of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and low-fat or fat-free milk […]

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Mental Health

Unfriending Toxic Friendships

A new friend is made easy these days. One exchange of a smile or a like button on a social media platform, gets your helps you make a friend closely or through a distance. But we seldom forget that this happens to be the most toxic connection over a period of time. Why so? When friends that […]

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Mental Health

Suicide is Not a Way of Life – Live to the Fullest

Every year mental health organizations and individuals across the U.S. and around the world raise awareness of suicide prevention during September, National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is the act of intentionally causing one’s own death. Committing suicide means an individual has reached his/her optimum capacity of not wanting to continue living; providing reasons that come from a […]

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Mental Health

What should you know about ADHD?

You are special. Yes, You! Everyone has heard this at least once in their lifetime, but not all have felt the statement to be true for them. Not all, are those who have experienced hyperactivity to an extreme state without knowing the reason why the turmoil inside their mind has been overlapping their daily routine. […]

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Stress

Mothers and their Stress: How to handle it

We shouldn’t neglect appreciating Mothers all around the globe, this day and age. Who knew that they are also facing mental afflictions which go unspoken for days, months, or even years for that matter. We, have to hop into the root cause of their stress that has been stemming up. Speaking from the emotional spectrum […]

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Depression

Mothers and Post Partum Depression

We cannot neglect appreciating Mothers all around the globe this day and age. Who knew that they also face mental afflictions that go unspoken for days, months, or even years for that matter. We, have to hop into the root cause of their stress which stems up suddenly depending on situations and circumstances. Lets begin? […]

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Mental Health

Outdoor Spaces and What it means for your Mental Health

According, to a study in Barcelona, adults who were exposed to green spaces during their childhood had better mental health than the ones living in urban areas. 73% of people live in urban areas and is expected to grow to 80% by 2050 in Europe. This study, published in the International Journal of Environment Research and Public […]

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Mental Health

Video Game Addiction and its Negative Impact on health

– What your child should not do this Summer Addiction of any kind and any age can hurt us. Video games can be addicting and especially with kids. A large number of kids are playing video games between 2-17 years of age. A study in University of Montreal suggests that that video games such as the “shooter” […]