Mental Health

  1. How Sleep Disorders Affect An Individual?

    How Sleep Disorders Affect An Individual?

    Nowadays, sleep disorders are common among people worldwide and they adversely affect the quality as well as the quantity of the sleep. Sleep disorders are the brain disorders that cause interruptions in the normal sleep pattern. The brain regulates the sleep and any disturbance with the sleep can also affect the cognitive function. Symptoms of sleep disorders vary depending on the type of sleep disorder but most of the sleep disorders are characterized by tiredness, inability to fall asleep, inability to stay asleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, loss of muscle control and unusual behavior.

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  2. Understanding Dementia And Its Various Types

    Understanding Dementia And Its Various Types

    Dementia is a medical term used to describe a collection of symptoms that are caused by disorders which affects the cells of the brain. Dementia is a syndrome in which the functioning of the brain is affected to such an extent that it interferes with an individual’s normal working life, it affects the thinking, behavior and an ability to perform everyday tasks. 

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  3. Lifestyle Factors That Have An Effect On Mental Health

    Lifestyle Factors That Have An Effect On Mental Health

    For all of us, physical, mental and social health are the strands of life. When we talk about mental health, it is crucial to maintaining the overall well being of an individual. In fact, mental health helps us realize our capabilities and also helps us cope up with other stresses of life.

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  4. Are You Aware Of Bipolar Disorder?

    Are You Aware Of Bipolar Disorder?

    Bipolar disorder is a serious brain disorder in which a person goes through unusual mood changes. It is also known as manic depression and under this condition a person experiences an unusual change in mood, energy levels and the ability to carry out tasks. This disorder is characterized by the experience of high mood in which a person feels extreme happiness and excitement and by the experience of low mood in which a person feels extremely sad.

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  5. Do You Know That Anxiety Can Be Dangerous?

    Do You Know That Anxiety Can Be Dangerous?

    Anxiety can be defined as a normal and regularly occurring emotion that can be observed in all humans. It is normal and is experienced by all at some point. It is basically worrying about things which go away after a short duration of time but if the feeling of anxiety stays for a long time and start interfering with the ability to enjoy life and making it difficult for you to continue doing daily activities, then it is a topic of concern.

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  6. How Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Can Be A Chronic Problem

    How Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Can Be A Chronic Problem

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a mental disorder which is characterized as unwanted and recurrent thoughts that make them perform repeated ritualistic behaviour and routines to ease their anxiety. 

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  7. Stress And The Disease Associated With It

    Stress And The Disease Associated With It

    Stress is a word that we hear a lot. It is difficult to measure stress but we all have experienced it and know how it makes you feel. Stress is a normal part of life and can come from any situation. It may be good and motivates you or it can throw negative effect on the lives and makes the health and the happiness suffer. When stress causes negative effects on the lives then it affects the state of mind and encourages less healthy behaviour such as drinking, smoking, overeating and many more. 

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  8. Why and How Stress Management Should Be Done

    Why and How Stress Management Should Be Done

    In today’s hectic era, stress is very common among people. It is a word that we hear a lot of time and usually feel stressed when we are unable to cope with high demands that are placed on us and it creates automatic changes in our body. Our bodies and mind respond to stress in different ways.

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  9. How bipolar disorder plays with your mood?

    How bipolar disorder plays with your mood?

    Commonly known as manic depression, bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings which include emotional highs as well as lows. Sometimes, when you become depressed, you may feel sad or hopeless and lose interest in most of the activities whereas, in other times, your mood may shift to hypomania, that is you may feel euphoric, full of energy and also irritable sometimes.

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  10. 6 ways to cope up with stress at work

    6 ways to cope up with stress at work

    Workplace stress is not a new concept as office has always been related to stress, boredom and sometimes even depression. While workplace stress is normal to some extent, excessive stress can reduce your  productivity and adversely affect your mental/physical health, relationships, and career growth.

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