Prolonged emotional reaction to minor daily stressors negatively affect health in the long term. This was claimed by scientists-psychologists, based on the results of a study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for psychological science.
Researchers from the Continue reading ““Sticking” to stressful situations is harmful to health”
In the British journal The Lancet Psychiatry published an article about an eight-year study of patients with severe clinical depression. This work supported the conjecture that the disease is associated with inflammatory processes in the brain.
Scientists from the University of Toronto divided Continue reading “How depression affects the human body”
Currently, in connection with the success of the study of autism, autism spectrum disorders often find in adults. Many people think it’s intimidating, however, a correct diagnosis helps to cope with problems.
Jacob Dern, publicist, for example, writes: “[I know about his autism], I could solve Continue reading “Autism in adults. When and why you need to be diagnosed?”
Not so long ago the American psychiatric Association (APA) officially recognized that the desire to constantly take pictures of themselves (so-called “selfie”) and post photos in social networks is a mental disorder.
The disorder got the name “sulfites” (selfitis) and were classified as OCD Continue reading “Why “selfie” is recognized as a mental disorder”
Many know the feeling of anxiety may panic, quickens the heartbeat. I want to pull myself together and calm down. But the more we ignore fear, the more it captures us. We prepared recommendations that will help you to see the excitement on the other side and to accept it and not resist. Continue reading “How to cope with anxiety and calm down: 6 easy ways”
Scientists have found a difference in course of depression in men and women, and also suggested that because of this difference they may require different types of treatment. Men and women with severe depressive disorder (MDD) have opposite change of expression of the same genes, according to a new Continue reading “Male depression are genetically different from women’s, so they require different treatment”
Psychologists from the University of Arizona have proven that people who too often use the pronouns “I”, “me”, “my” in his speech, are in an unstable emotional state.
It is considered that those who too often refers to herself during the conversation, fixated on his person and not interested in Continue reading “People who talk a lot about himself, not selfish, and stressed”
Use strong relationships to the health have already been proven. Research has shown that people in relationships feel happier that marriage increases the chances of survival after heart attacks and colon cancer. Marriage also increases the financial well-being, and the emergence of children Continue reading “Loneliness is good for health: 5 advantages of a single life”
Birthday should be a happy occasion, but some people have negative experiences each time, when this day is approaching. Instead of the elation and expectations of the holiday they feel overwhelmed, tense and anxious. Sometimes these negative experiences turn into a very real depression and suicidal Continue reading “Why I hate birthday: fatigue, depression, and suicide”
There’s nothing wrong with being a little weird. Because we often think of psychological disorders, we can worry about when our own “ways of thinking” and behaviors do not match our idealized notions of health. But some of the deviations are a symptom not diseases, but mental adaptation or even be Continue reading “We abnormal, and that’s fine, even if we ourselves do not think so”