mental health

mental health

It is mental health that affects how we think and behave. Emotions, psychological and social well-being are the important aspect of mental health. Mental health problems are a result of an individual’s struggles to cope with life. You can keep do many things to keep mental health issues at bay, however life experiences such as stress or a history of abuse can affect mental well-being. Here’s more on undertanding mental illness, mental health disorders, cure for mental health problems and cope with mental disorders. Also, learn how to make take control of your mental health, thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

  • Are you Getting Too Much Sleep?

    Are you Getting Too Much Sleep?

    If you sleep eight hours a night or more and still wake up feeling tired, chances are you're getting too much of sleep. What you need is not more sleep but quality sleep.

  • Everything you Need to Know about Autism

    Everything you Need to Know about Autism

    Autism is one of the most common developmental disabilities which affects more than 6 out of every 1000 children. It is a pervasive developmental disorder where the child has impaired social interaction and communication.

  • Insomnia: Eyes Wide Open

    Insomnia: Eyes Wide Open

    Losing sleep now and then is not unusual. In fact, just about everyone experiences sleepless nights at some point of time. Yet, by any conservative estimate, today insomnia is the most common symptom conveyed to a General Physician or a Psychiatrist.

  • Stressed Out: It Affects Both your Body and Mind

    Stressed Out: It Affects Both your Body and Mind

    Maybe it’s money trouble or the burden of caring for a sick relative. Maybe it’s your job.  Maybe it’s the traffic. Whatever the cause, everyone seems stressed out these days. People once hotly debated the idea that stress can affect your body. Let's read more about it.

  • Wake up to the Risks of Shortened Slumber

    Wake up to the Risks of Shortened Slumber

    It’s clear that our body needs this sleep, because of what happens when we don’t get enough of it.

  • How to Cope with Grief

    How to Cope with Grief

    When someone you love dies, your world changes. You may feel numb, shocked or frightened.You may feel depressed and have trouble concentrating. You may feel guilty for being the one who is still alive. All of these feelings are normal.

  • Who do you Think Needs more Sleep: Men or women? We say, Women!

    Who do you Think Needs more Sleep: Men or women? We say, Women!

    Whether a man needs more sleep or a woman is hotly debated. Sleep experts have finally come to settle this debate by claiming that it is women who need to get more sleep.

  • Are you Hot-headed? Yawning may help you Cool Down

    Are you Hot-headed? Yawning may help you Cool Down

    Theory suggests that the reason why you yawn is perhaps not restricted to only feeling sleepy, but also to cool the brain down.

  • All you Need to know about Paranoid Schizophrenia

    All you Need to know about Paranoid Schizophrenia

    Paranoid schizophrenia is a serious and chronic psychiatric disorder in which patients experience auditory hallucinations and have delusions of persecution or of grandeur.

  • Combating the Pangs of Old Age

    Combating the Pangs of Old Age

    There comes this age when the children have grown up tall and get busy in their own individual nests - the old age. Do not let the hope of feeling young falter.

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