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  1. Why Bipolar Disorder Is A Serious Mental Disorder?

    Why Bipolar Disorder Is A Serious Mental Disorder?

    Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder that is characterized by the dramatic shift in an individual’s moods. It is a type of mood disorder which is also known as manic-depressive disorder. People suffering from bipolar disorder experience high and low mood, accompanied by changes in energy level and ability to function.

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  2. Knowing The Types And Causes Of Dementia

    Knowing The Types And Causes Of Dementia

    The word dementia refers to the group of diseases that are characterized by memory loss, difficulties with thinking, problem solving and frequent changes in mood or behavior. Initially, these changes take time to begin but as this disease progresses, it negatively affects the quality of life and interferes with the working of daily activities.

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  3. Are You Aware Of The Complications Of Parkinson's Disease

    Are You Aware Of The Complications Of Parkinson's Disease

    Parkinson’s disease is a chronic neurological disorder when there is a loss of the cells of the brain that make and store dopamine. Dopamine is the vital chemical in the brain which sends messages that control movement. It is a progressive disorder that is characterized by a large number of motor and non-motor feature that throws an adverse effect on the functioning of the brain. 

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  4. Are You Aware Of The Impacts Of Anxiety?

    Are You Aware Of The Impacts Of Anxiety?

    Emotions are part of everyone’s life and emotions are defined as a conscious mental reaction subjectively experienced as a strong feeling towards a particular object or situation. It is accompanied by physiological and behavioral changes in the body. Emotions are intense feeling that is directed towards something or someone and the fear is probably the most basic of all emotions.

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  5. Dangerous Effects Of The Stress

    Dangerous Effects Of The Stress

    According to one of the studies, stress can be viewed as a threatening object of an event, the reactions within our body can be a threat or the state of mind the proceeds in taking some action can be a response to the threat. Our body and mind respond to stress in a different way and its effects changes according to the severity of the stress, duration of the stress and it also depends on the person who is experiencing the stress.

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  6. Fight With Depression In Five Simple Ways

    Fight With Depression In Five Simple Ways

    Depression is said to be a mental disorder that is characterised by depressed mood, low self-esteem, reduces concentration or loss of interest in doing activities in daily life. The complexity of the daily life is usually a reason for depression. Depression is a treatable disease and there is a hope. It may help you recover quickly. Being depressed does not mean that you are weak, it is a disease which needs a treatment. 

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  7. 5 myths about depression you were practically believing

    5 myths about depression you were practically believing

    One of the leading causes of all the diseases is depression. Many myths, as well as misconceptions persist about it that one may find hard not to believe. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 15.7 million of adults who are of age 18 or older in the United States have experienced at least one major depressive episode in their lifetime. 

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  8. 5 things you didn’t know about the seasonal affective disorder

    5 things you didn’t know about the seasonal affective disorder

    Everyone must be aware of the term depression but they won’t be familiar that it could also occur due to the change of seasons which is called seasonal affective disorder. It is also an older term for a major depressive disorder(MDD). It is actually a psychological condition which could lead to depression.

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  9. 4 horrible diseases you won't believe exist

    4 horrible diseases you won't believe exist

    Can you ever imagine a person having an uncontrollable ‘alien’ hand or being a human werewolf? Doesn’t it sound fictitious? It’s like you are watching a movie with high VFX as well as morphing. Believe me, these are some weird medical conditions that do exist. According to the research, there are about 7000 types of rare diseases and disorders.

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  10. How Misophonia make you sensitive to sound?

    How Misophonia make you sensitive to sound?

    Does that make you cringe when someone rubs his/her nails against wall or chalkboard? If someone walks by rubbing their nails against the floor, does that make you shudder with irritation? If your answer is Yes and all these things can make you fly into a rage, you are certainly suffering from misophonia then.


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