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October 18, 2019
Book review: “Are You Fully Charged: The 3 Keys to Energizing Your Work and Life”
Most people have experienced the occasional hour – or day – when their thoughts are tangled, and their ideas are cloudy. They can’t seem to get anything done, no matter how much they try. Like a phone running low on battery, they feel sluggish, like they can power down at any moment. At night, when…Read more
October 15, 2019
Can smartphones predict relapses in case of schizophrenia?
According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), schizophrenia is a form of severe mental health disorder that alters the way a person behaves, thinks, or feels making them feel detached from reality. It is often accompanied by hallucinations, delusions, and other cognitive complications, which makes socializing difficult for the patient. Due to instances…Read more
October 11, 2019
Make these little changes to boost mental health
Being physically active, drinking more water, cutting out excess sugar and carbs from the diet, eating fortified nutritious food, etc., are some of the ways one can use to enhance one’s physical health. However, to enrich overall wellbeing, it is indispensable to take care of one’s mental health as well. When talking about mental health,…Read more
October 01, 2019
Insights on baby blues and postpartum depression
Having a child can be the most beautiful experience in a woman’s life. It is a moment many cherish forever. Unfortunately, a majority of women experience baby blues immediately or sometime after delivering their child. Some might even suffer from post-partum depression (PPD), a much worse condition, presenting harsh symptoms that last significantly longer than…Read more
September 27, 2019
Confidentiality can be threatened by legality
The nature of mental health treatment frequently means that a patient’s personal information is often shared as a part of the therapeutic process. However, though this sharing between a client and a mental health professional is usually understood to be confidential, there are exceptions. It will be in the best interest of both the parties…Read more