Mental Health

  1. 5 Effective Ways To Manage And Reduce Stress

    5 Effective Ways To Manage And Reduce Stress

    The times we live in, have made stress an inevitable part of our lives. It is omnipresent right from the workplace to home, family to acquaintances, past to future and everything in between.

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  2. 4 Most Commonly Occurring Mental Disorders

    4 Most Commonly Occurring Mental Disorders

    According to research, one in every four adults suffers from some type of mental disorder at some point in their lives. Mental illness can affect people of all ages including children. Many times, the early warning signs of mental disorders are left unnoticed, therefore it is important to note every single change.

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  3. Confidence! A key to success?

    Confidence! A key to success?

    Self confidence is an essential part of nearly every aspect of our lives. It is one of the main ingredients for success. From being a student to being the leader  of a company, self confidence is necessary. Self confidence is basically to have blind confidence and faith on yourself. This blind confidence shouldn't be blind in terms of believing anything we feel about ourselves. 

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  4. Happiness: The Biggest Scourge of Ailments

    Happiness: The Biggest Scourge of Ailments

    Mankind has been aware of the quote – ‘A smile is a curve that sets everything straight’, since eons. But, do we really put to use the immense powers of happiness? Or does this quote carries only literal importance? Is humanity well aware about the innumerable pros of this elixir of life?

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  5. Goodness has no Rest

    Goodness has no Rest

    Does only one out of every odd individual battle with the double issues of significance and mortality? Each of us long to trust that our lives are of some criticalness in this huge universe, that our essence here is significant and deliberate. In addition, we need to trust that the quintessence of life does not stop unexpectedly when that final gasp is taken - that something of us proceeds past our short snapshot of mortal being.

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  6. Possible Causative Factors Of Parkinson's Disease

    Possible Causative Factors Of Parkinson's Disease

    Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder which causes a significant decrease in the quality of life of the sufferer. Parkinson’s disease is considered to be a second most common neurodegenerative disorder which is characterized by the occurrence of classical motor symptoms such as tremors, resting, and postural instability, and non-motor symptoms such as autonomic dysfunction, cognitive decline, sleep disturbances, psychiatrist disorders, and fatigue.

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  7. Read which learning styles suit you best for learning a new skill

    Read which learning styles suit you best for learning a new skill

    In order to grow the mental ability for a certain kind of new skills or new subject, we need to be learning them constantly. Many of us are highly dedicated to this concern, to begin with. We initiate with different logics to make our new learning to be a little longer to remember for the final performance time.

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  8. Vipassana – Creation of a Balanced Mind with Eco Therapy

     Vipassana – Creation of a Balanced Mind with Eco Therapy

    Vipassana is not quite the same as care contemplation, which centers around mindfulness, or to supernatural reflection, which utilizes a mantra. Rather, it directs a sweeping order of non-response. Regardless of the torment as you sit, or the way that your hands and legs nod off and that your cerebrum is weeping for discharge.

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  9. The Art of Waiting - It fills us with Importance

    The Art of Waiting - It fills us with Importance

    Before we dive into the description here, sit back and think, do you like pausing? Holding up in line; sitting tight for an answer; hanging tight for the climate to change; sitting tight for the consequences of a test. These are most certainly no exercises that will in general stimulate us.

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  10. Why is it important to keep learning for a new skill set?

    Why is it important to keep learning for a new skill set?

    The learning is one of the best ways to reduce stress. A good book can even help save a life. Learning new skill is just not only for the teenager but everyone should keep learning for a new skill set for an improved brain and mental wellbeing. The study shows that people who learn more are found to be more happy, satisfied and are able to connect more with others on their thought process

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