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Month: January 2021

COVID-19 Pandemic Leading to a Startling Rise in Anxiety & Depression

January 28, 2021

COVID-19 Pandemic Leading to a Startling Rise in Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety Depression Mental Health

Anxiety and depression were already bothering Americans for years but COVID-19 pandemic has made it worse over the last year. While COVID-19 pandemic has already killed nearly 400,000 Americans to date and has wreaked havoc on the country’s economy, the pandemic is also taking a heavy toll on mental health. That’s according to data compiled…

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Try these 4 Relaxation Techniques to Relieve Anxiety

January 27, 2021

Try these 4 Relaxation Techniques to Relieve Anxiety

Anxiety Mental Health

Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent behavioral health problems in the Unites States, affecting nearly 40 million adults age 18 and older (amounting to 18.1 percent of the population)  every year. While most anxiety disorders are treatable with medication and behavioral health treatment, some effective relaxation techniques can be practiced to relieve anxiety. Listed…

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Think Of Past Successes, If Hard Times Make You Overly Anxious and Depressed: Study

January 25, 2021

Think Of Past Successes, If Hard Times Make You Overly Anxious and Depressed: Study

Mental Health

Chaotic things tend to make people anxious and/or depressed, which may compromise their ability to make sound decisions. But at the same time, people can draw courage from their previous successes or achievements to deal with anxiety and depression resulting from difficult times like COVID-19 in the current scenario. A new study from University of…

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Pregnant Employee Experiencing Workplace Harassment Has Higher Risk of Depression, Reveals Study

January 22, 2021

Pregnant Employee Experiencing Workplace Harassment Has Higher Risk of Depression, Reveals Study

Mental Health

Maternity harassment (MH) or pregnancy discrimination is linked to depression, suggests a recent study. According to a study published in the Journal of Occupational Health, 25 percent of pregnant employees are harassed by supervisors and/or colleagues, which is expected to raise their risk of developing depression by 2.5 times than those who had not experienced…

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Conflict between divorced parents can lead to mental health problems in children, study finds

January 20, 2021

Conflict between divorced parents can lead to mental health problems in children, study finds

Mental Health

Children who are witness to conflict between separated to divorced parents are more vulnerable to develop physical and mental health problems, suggests a recent study. According to study from the Arizona State University Research and Education Advancing Children’s Health (REACH) Institute, children who happen to see their separated or divorced parents engaging in conflict tend…

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