According to Science, 7 Foods That Make You Feel Happy
specific meals are linked to higher levels of serotonin in our brains. Serotonin is sometimes referred to as the "happy hormone. Here are seven meals that raise serotonin levels and make you happier.
How Effective Is Clonidine for Anxiety –Pros and Cons
Many doctors prescribe clonidine for problems other than hypertension, including anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), migraine, insomnia, and menopausal flushes.
5 Self-Care Tips for Better Mental Health
Taking care of yourself to develop better mental health is one of the most important things to do. We live in very challenging and worrying times, which can easily lead to depression and mental illness. Read to find out five easy self-care tips for better mental health.
Surviving Trauma: How to Recognize the Signs of Narcissistic Abuse
If you're not sure if you are being targeted by somebody who suffers from narcissistic personality disorder, you're not alone. Narcissistic abuse can be extremely difficult to recognize, for many reasons. In fact, the very nature of a narcissist is meant to cause confusion and doubt
How to Be Present No Matter What
Being present is one of the main aspects of having a healthy mind. While it's not an easy task to do, especially in today's fast-paced world, the benefits will get you a long way. Learn how to be present no matter what and not pay attention to the struggles we are facing in our world.
Why People Oppose Even What They Don't Really Understand
Due to people's overactive fight/flight mechanism of survival, they are seeking "enemies" to feed that mechanism with "reasons", and it gets quite ridiculous as they feed it with anything that may remotely look like its "food".
Hafa Adai Alcoholics Anonymous
This article explores the experience of observing an open Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting. Descriptions of the group activities, member testimonies, and general reflections are noted. How this will guide me as I continue the journey of a culturally competent counselor is elucidated.
Fighting the Stigma Associated With Borderline Personality Disorder
Studies show that 80% of people suffering from BPD have had suicidal thoughts and as many as 70% have attempted suicide at least once. There have been many instances where psychologists have refused to treat people with BPD due to these damaging misconceptions.
12 Ways You Can Help Maintain Brain Function And To Keep Your Brain Young
Every mind adjustments with age, and intellectual feature adjustments together with it. Mental decline is common, and it is one of the maximum feared effects of aging...
Self-Esteem: Definition, Types, Categories, Causes and Overcoming Low Self-Esteem
Self-esteem is your opinion about yourself, and how you judge your abilities and limitations. In other words, it is confidence in one’s worth or abilities. When you have high self-esteem you always feel good about yourself. You strongly believe in your skills and the feeling that y
5 Excellent Stress-Relieving Strategies
Stress is the leading cause of more than 90% of diseases. Experts say that a little bit of stress can be good because it keeps you on your toes. It can also be necessary for getting the best performance out of you. Here are five great ways to deal with stress. Ask yourself, "What makes you nervous?"
The Invisible Thief - A Story On The Effect Of Our Thought Systems
Just like limiting beliefs, there are also limiting thought systems and processes. A failure to assess and identify what does not serve us can make us miss out on big opportunities. The story centers on the work life of Ted who got fired on his first day of work.
Alcohol-Related Dementia: An Invisible, Deadly Enemy
Alcohol-Related Dementia, often referred to as wet brain, is actually a progressive brain disorder called Warnicke-Korsikoff Syndrome that can lead to permanent neurological and cognitive impairments, and even death. Knowing what you're up against may save your life!
How Can We Fight the Unbelief in Ourselves?
Are you not believing in yourself? Do you know the reason for it? If not, why didn’t you find out the reason for it? What makes you feel unbelievable you? Is it because of your past failures? If not, you may live with the wrong crowd; if that is, move away from them.Putting people down is common.
what are the common men's mental health issues
Some people think females are more likely to experience mental health problems than men. Males committed suicide at a rate 3.70 times greater than females in 2019. Untreated mental illness and social isolation are the results of widespread misconceptions.
The Five Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Caregiver
Ask as many questions as you like because the more you ask, the more security you should feel about leaving your loved one when you can not be with them.
How to Avoid Avarice, Avidity, and Stinginess Stealing From Your Life?
Avarice and avidity can steal from your life. Being stingy can destroy it. It's not that you deprive others of goods or money. You deprive yourself of life. You limit and imprison your feelings, behavior, and your soul. You are poor, despite the money and riches you've got.
Stop Anxiety Tension with Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Progressive muscle relaxation is scientifically proven to release the tension associated with anxiety and stress. The goal is to tense the body progressively, then release that tension, allowing the body to relax and rest peacefully.
How I Found out Allergies Were Contributing to My Mental Health Issues
It's not common for us to associate allergens with mental health. When it's something we are well aware of it can make us feel depressed. However, when we are unaware, we just start to feel ill and this overbearing sense of doom that leaves a hopelessness. Here's what I learned in my personal life.
Social Anxiety Disorder: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment
This article discusses the signs, symptoms, and treatment for social anxiety disorder.