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  • Mental Illness  By : Robert II Smith
    A term generally referred to as mental illness is used to describe a diseases or condition affecting the brain which affects the way a person thinks, behaves, feels and his/her relation to others and surroundings. A person suffering from this condition would often be unable to cope with life’s daily routines and demands.
  • Tell you about depression Symptoms  By : Sandra Newman
    This article helps you to learn about depression symptoms, so that you can overcome depression.
  • Getting Anxiety Relief  By : Tim Nielson
    Anxiety is comprised of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional components. Anxiety has physical sensations such as stomach aches, headaches, shortness of breath, and chest pains. However, anxiety is not always pathological or maladaptive: it is a common emotion along with fear, anger, sadness, and happiness, and it has a very important function in relation to survival. This might indicate that anxiety is a protective mechanism designed to prevent the organism from engaging in potentially harmful behaviors.
  • What is Anxiety?  By : Tim Nielson
    Anxiety is characterized by emotional, cognitive, somatic, and behavioral factors. Anxiety has physical sensations such as stomach aches, headaches, shortness of breath, and chest pains. However, anxiety is not always pathological or maladaptive: it is a common emotion along with fear, anger, sadness, and happiness, and it has a very important function in relation to survival. A long-accepted evolutionary explanation of anxiety is that it reflects an in-built 'fight or flight' system, which errs on the side of safety.
  • An Introduction to Seasonal Affective Disorder-SAD  By : Craig Smith
    Seasonal Affective Disorder (or S.A.D. for short) is a very real health condition that millions of people suffer from. The onset of S.A.D. typically occurs in the last few months of the year, when in the northern hemisphere days become shorter and nights longer. Shorter days mean less hours of light.
  • Depression and Women-what is the connection?  By : Megan Hazel
    It often seems that women get depressed more than men do. Still, the question remains: Is there really a connection between women and depression? There are several takes on the issue. The first thing to consider is that it might not be that more women get depressed - but that more women report depression.
  • Acupuncture - an Effective Depression Remedy?  By : Craig Elliott
    Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine - dating back to around 8,000 years ago in ancient China. Acupuncture is the art of inserting tiny needles into specific places on the body and can cure many different ailments including asthma, insomnia and high blood pressure. It is believed that acupuncture can successfully treat over 40 different common health problems - but can it treat depression?
  • The Various Symptoms Of Depression  By : David H Urmann
    Depression is a very common problem that people from all walks of life are suffering from. With proper attention, approach and medication it can be treated well.
  • Overcoming Depression  By : Cathy Kysten
    Depression is an ailment that affects studies, profession and family, interferes with the sleeping pattern and ruins your appetite, thereby jeopardizing your health. The disease can be a one time occurrence, or it may repeat.
  • Niagara Spa Facial Massage Beauty Clinic Chakra  By : Bobby Charles
    Niagara spa facilities that will relax your mind and soul. Visit Chakra Spa and let us calm you.
  • Nail Biting-Let NLP Offer a Hand for Quitting  By : Alan B. Densky, CH
    If you have ever attempted to curb your nail biting habit, you are aware of just how trying it can be. Nail biting is an obsessive-compulsive disorder that is aggravated by stress. Never alarm, there are effective forms of healing available.
  • Toronto Psychologist And Psychoanalyst  By : Sandra R Palef
    Toronto Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in marriage counseling, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis.
  • Exercise and the Benefits to Mental Health  By : Craig Elliott
    Move over, medication. These days if you are suffering from depression and anxiety, your doctor could prescribe a daily walk or a yoga class. More and more, as we study the complex interactions between the physical and the psychological aspects of help, researchers are learning that physical exercise does more than get your body in shape.
  • Manic Depressive Illness  By : Julie Frey
    As human beings, it's normal for us to swing from happiness to sadness and back again depending on the circumstances. What separates this behavior from manic depressive illness is the intensity of the swings
  • What are Anxiety Disorders?  By : Mike Devoran
    A number of stressful medical conditions affect Americans, but one of the broadest categories is anxiety disorders. Millions of people suffer from anxiety disorders to some degree or another, and the specific disorders differ from person to person. Anxiety disorders grow progressively worse without treatment, so if you believe you may be affected by one of these illnesses, you should seek professional advice immediately. A family history of anxiety disorders may suggest the possibility of an anxiety disorder.
  • Coping With Anxiety  By : Karen Larsen
    Anxiety disorder is a chronic, physiological condition characterized by an excessive and persistent sense of apprehension or trepidation. It physically manifests itself in ways as varied as - dry mouth, frequent urination, nausea, heart palpitations, stuttering, trouble falling asleep, extreme shyness, and more.
  • Seeking Help from a Psychologist - Where to Start  By : Craig Elliott
    There are times in everyone's lives when things feel out of control. Whether there has been a specific event has occurred or you simply are shouldering the burden of several independent problems.
  • Medicines for Depression and Anxiety - What to Expect  By : Craig Elliott
    If you have been suffering from depression and anxiety, seeking help to deal with the debilitating symptoms is the first step.
  • Alternative Treatments for Mental Health  By : Craig Elliott
    Considering all of the prescription medications for mental health issues, it seems like they would be the first line of defense against mental health problems.
  • Clinical Depression  By : Randy Liew
    Defining depression is not an easy task. Depression can be described as a mental state in which a person can suffer from melancholy, despair and intense sadness. Clinical depression or MDD (major depressive disorder) is a condition in which a personís day to day functioning and social life is disrupted because of depression. It is normal for people to feel depressed sometimes, however a continuous state of depression poses a serious health concern.
  • Is St. Johnís Wort Effective As Popular Prescription Anti-Depressant  By : Darrell Miller-1603
    For some, fighting depression and mood disorders can feel like an up hill battle. Learn about an herb that could help easy this up hill battle.
  • Combat Seasonal Blues In The Winter Months With Vitamins  By : Darrell Miller-1603
    Are you finding your self down and out and depressed? The seasons change and depression can be a common occurrence for most. Learn about how to combat seasonal depression in this article.
  • Mental Health Services - Internet Mental Health  By : Alien
    Mental health is how we think, feel and act as we cope with life. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices.
  • Memory Loss: Can it be Cured?  By : Alien
    Memory loss is a frightening occurance for anyone who finds the records of their lives fading away,
  • Alzheimer's Care and Alzheimer's Disease  By : Alien
    Alzheimer's care is a tough job. These practical tips can make it easier.
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