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Mental Health

  1. Alzheimers Disease

    Alzheimers Disease

    Dementia is the mental condition characterized by deteriorating thinking ability, lack of memory retention capabilities, behavioral disorders and inability to perform everyday tasks.


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  2. How To Boost Creativity: 8 Ways To Improve Yourself

     How To Boost Creativity: 8 Ways To Improve Yourself

    In the world flooded with the waves of stress and stereotypes in the head, its a blessing to experience the legitimate flow of creative juices in the brain. Where there is creativity and innovation, there is a downright opportunity to stand out because who has ever made history by following the lead?

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  3. 4 Foods That Are Known To Improve Mental Health

    4 Foods That Are Known To Improve Mental Health

    According to the World Health Organisation, mental health is a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community. The well being of the mental health is important for the well being of overall health. Mental health is an integral part of health which is determined by the process of thinking, memorizing, mood, and behavior.

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  4. Some Commonly Occurring Mental Illnesses

    Some Commonly Occurring Mental Illnesses

    In todays’ time where everyone is busy with their work, it is very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Our priorities towards our work or other things does not allow us to do everything that helps us stay healthy. But it is essential to understand that taking out some time for the health from the busy schedule is important to our overall well being.

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  5. Understanding The Disabling Effects Of Schizophrenia

    Understanding The Disabling Effects Of Schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia is a chronic and severe mental disorder which is not as common as other psychological diseases but can be highly disabling. It is a disorder which significantly affect the ability of a person to think, feel, or act. Typically, it is associated with changes in behavior and disordered thinking that can distort the sense of reality.

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  6. 4 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety

    4 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety

    Anxiety disorders are extremely common among people these days, not only among adults but also among children. Yes!! Research suggests that children too experience anxiety attacks and we can’t even think of its impact on the psychological health of a child.

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  7. Do You Know That Depression Is Of Various Types?

    Do You Know That Depression Is Of Various Types?

    Depression is not just sadness, it is more than that. It is a serious mental disorder which has a significant impact on the quality of life of an individual as well as of the loved ones. Depression is accompanied by various changes in life such as physical changes (such as change in appetite, headache, problems with sleep, and gastrointestinal issues), changes in thinking (such as problems with concentration, difficulty in decision making, and persistent thoughts),

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  8. Everything You Should Know About Alzheimer's

    Everything You Should Know About Alzheimer's

    According to research, Alzheimer’s disease can affect individuals’ quality of life in profound ways. It is a common disease in the population, especially the elderly's. It is estimated that individuals over 65 years of age approximately 6% of people have Alzheimer’s disease and individuals over 85 years of age, the prevalence increases to 50%.

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  9. 4 Diseases That Cause Hallucination

    4 Diseases That Cause Hallucination

    Any changes to the brain can affect the quality of life of an individual as it can affect the functioning of various body organs. Hallucinations are one of the most common symptoms that occur when any change occurs in the brain. Hallucinations are defined as a false perception of the objects or the events. Individuals who suffer from hallucinations experience things that are imaginative and not real. This means, they hear, see, smell, taste or feel things that are not present in reality.

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  10. Do You Know About The Personality Disorders?

    Do You Know About The Personality Disorders?

    We all have a different personality. Personality is basically defined as a way in which an individual thinks, behave and feels. In simple terms, personality can be defined as the traits of an individual and when these traits start causing problems, it becomes a personality disorder. A person is said to be suffering from a personality disorder.

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