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  • What do You Really Deserve in Life?  By : Joyce Shafer
    You can start to feel better about yourself and life today.
  • Rejection should not scare you  By : Dharmender
    Feeling uncomfortable in the stomach, cold sweaty palm, trembling of legs, losing the ability to think correctly when approaching a girl? Hate yourself for not able to overcome this problem? Oh, please do not feel so. Believe me, you are not the only one facing this problem. In fact, this is a very common problem in man. Everyone is just like you, not willing to admit it openly, having the fear of being laughed and mocked by others. But there is absolutely nothing wrong for feeling so.
  • Friday The 13th Could Be A Lucky Day?  By : James Myer
    A lot of people are having phobia of Friday the 13th, actually it's not that horrifying. Take a look at the resources provided and you will know better.
  • Young Adults and Mental Illness-what are the Warning Signs?  By : Craig Elliott-
    Mental illness is not just an affliction that you are born with; mental illnesses can develop over time, whether as something that was predestined to occur or as an illness that develops over time.
  • How to Avoid Panic Attacks  By : Craig Elliott-
    Anyone who has ever had a panic attack knows how life stopping these events can feel. A panic attack can seriously hurt your quality of life by causing you become terrified of a repeat episode.
  • An Introduction to Mobile Psychiatric Rehabilitation  By : Megan Hazel-
    People who are mentally ill also seem to be chronically afraid of hospitals, or at least seem to want to avoid medical attention in a hospital setting. Looking at it from the perspective of someone who is confused or otherwise mentally unstable, the sterile and instrument-laden halls of a hospital are indeed terrifying, and can even be considered "creepy" by a person who is not suffering from a mental condition.
  • Health Benefits of Infrared Sauna  By : Lesley Lyon
    The infrared sauna helps penetrate, radiate the human body. The rays enter the skin tissue and transform it from light energy to heat energy. This article discusses all the important health benefits of using an infrared sauna.
  • Role of Sauna as a Major Stress Reliever  By : Lesley Lyon
    Saunas help in stress relief. This is done in two ways, the first one is the natural relaxation experienced at the time of using sauna. The second one that it helps reduce the level of creation of chemicals in the body to keep the stress at bay. Read on to know the full health benefits of sauna.
  • Get Yourself Pampered in Spa Resorts  By : Lesley Lyon
    Although there are many benefits of using a sauna, it also results in some health hazards. This article elaborately discusses how one has to take care to avoid health risks while using a sauna.
  • Get Pampered in Spa Resorts  By : Lesley Lyon
    Resorts or luxury hotels that offer spa services or facilities by professionally skilled administrators are known as spa resorts. This article discusses how spending a vacation in a spa resort helps rejuvenate our body and mind.
  • Advantages of Owning a Portable Spa  By : Lesley Lyon
    Instead of going outside for spa leisure, we can have a portable spa at their homes. This helps reduce the time of travel and we can relax or rejuvenate our body and mind in a portable spa privately in our homes. This article lists out some of the key advantages of having a portable spa.
  • Why Infrared Spa is better than Traditional Spa  By : Lesley Lyon
    These days, infrared spas are prepared with the latest technology that benefits us to meet our needs for a good health. Infrared ray is a form of light energy from the sun. This article discusses why infrared spa is much better than a traditional spa for human health.
  • Why Do You Need A Day Spa Break?  By : Lesley Lyon
    Day spas services help us refresh, recharge and nurture our mind, body and spirit. Read on to understand how a day distresses our body and mind and help prepare for the grueling lifestyle
  • Revitalize Mind and Body with Spas  By : Lesley Lyon
    In order to revitalize the body and mind various spa therapies and treatments are being offered which include aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, herbal body glow, shirodhara therapy, Hawaiian massage, Thai massage and Balinese massage. Read on to learn how spas helps us keep a good health.
  • Warning Signs of Adolescent Depression  By : Ti-Stephanie Larkin
    We are all concerned about the health of our children from the moment that they emerge into the world, but an overlooked aspect of their health could turn out to be one of the biggest factors. A child's mental health, and, later in life, an adolescent's mental health, have huge effects on the way that our children and teens live. Problems like depression can affect the quality of life for your adolescent, and can even affect their physical health.
  • Top Natural Depression Remedies  By : Ti-Stephanie Larkin
    Most cases of depression if not all can be helped with treatment, but many people are too scared to seek treatment. They may be afraid of the questions that a therapist might ask, or they may be afraid of the medication that is designed to help with depression, but untreated depression is a very dangerous thing. There are some natural remedies that can at least help with depression. It is best to talk to a doctor before following a natural course of treatment for depression.
  • How Anxiety and Depression are Connected  By : Ti-Stephanie Larkin
    Depression is a disorder that does not get nearly enough attention. Depressed people are often told to "cheer up" or to "look at the bright side" of things, and may spiral even deeper when they are unable to simply snap out of the mood that has such a hold on them. While depression can often lead to fatigue and listlessness, it has a close cousin by the name of anxiety. Anxiety causes the opposite effect, putting our bodies into the "fight or flight" mode that protected us in the wild.
  • 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.
  • 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?
  • Teen Depression-Warning Signs to Watch For  By : Stephanie Larkin
    If you have a teenager, then you should know how to watch out for teen depression, which can be easily discounted by parents as drama, and which can claim the life of your child. Many teenagers display behavior that their parents call "moody", and they dismiss it when their teens mention depression or when their behavior comes in line with depression, leading to a complete lack of the vital warning signs that could prevent many teen tragedies.
  • Depression and Pregnancy-What Is the Connection?  By : Craig Smith
    At one time, doctors believed that the hormones associated with pregnancy were a good protection against depression. In more recent years, however, there has been a growing body of evidence that depression during pregnancy is a serious problem, affecting 10-20% of all women - the same proportion that women as whole suffer without adding pregnancy into the equation.
  • Biology of Depression  By : Grant Eckert
    Depression is a severe and crippling emotional disorder that afflicts some 10-15% of the population worldwide, according to the World Health Organization. While there are many varieties of the disorder, the principal characteristics of the illness remain the same: a reduced level of self-esteem; lack of energy or interest in daily activities; reduced social functioning and damage to personal relationships; changes in appetite and weight; and gloomy and often suicidal thoughts and actions.
  • 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.
  • What is a Panic Attack and When Should You Seek Help?  By : Grant Eckert
    The feeling that everything is swirling around you and that the world is ending right before your eyes is a horrible experience. When you have a panic disorder, however, this can be a fairly regular occurrence during times of stress. If you've felt these kinds of out of control feelings before, you might have suffered from a panic attack. But to make sure that you are doing what's best for your body, here is the basic background on panic attacks, what they feel like
  • Natural Remedies for Helping Mental Health  By : Grant Eckert
    Though much attention to health focuses on preventing illness, there is far more evidence suggesting your mental health may play just as big a role in your physical well being. By taking the time to nurture your mind as well as your body, you can create a balanced life. Your mental health isn't something that can be neglected until it is having numerous problems; your sanity deserves just as much attention as the rest of you.
  • Managing Anxiety - Three Keys to Success  By : Grant Eckert
    Everyone feels anxious at some point in their lives. Whether they are under a lot of stress at work, in a bad relationship, or simply having troubles dealing with their responsibilities, each of us has had a moment where we began to worry. This reaction is something that we all share on a day to day basis, but for some, it's not something that's normal or easy to get a handle on. For those, as well as the rest of us, we need to think about managing our anxiety instead of simply responding to it.
  • Symptoms of Bi-polar Disorders - What to Look For  By : Grant Eckert
    The idea that someone could have severe mood swings that they can not control is something that seems almost impossible to most of us. While we may have had times in our lives when it seemed like we couldn't control our feelings and emotions, we could always control the way that we express them in public. However, for a portion of the population, their brain chemistry just simply can not adjust for changes in moods as the rest of us can. These people are often diagnosed as being bi-polar.
  • Various Stages of Depression and When You Should Seek Help  By : Grant Eckert
    The difficulty with many mental disorders, it's hard to tell when you need more than just a positive attitude to manage your feelings. Depression is a common problem that many people simply think they need to live with, something they need to 'tough out' in order to come out better for it. But this is not necessarily the best treatment plan for this mental illness. Here's what you should know.
  • Anxiety and Its Treatment Options  By : Grant Eckert
    If you're feeling anxious, you might need to do more than just tough it out and wait for the symptoms to subside. You may need to make some major changes in your life in order to feel better and finally calm down. In today's busy world, it might seem like it's impossible to avoid anxiety - which is probably true - but that doesn't mean that you can't try to do something about it in the meantime.
  • Treatment Options for Depression  By : Grant Eckert
    Depression is a disease that is becoming more prevalent in today's society. Perhaps this is due to the fact that diagnose are better or that more physicians are well-informed about the disease - in any case, depression is something that seems to be popping up in more patients' lives than ever. So the question becomes - how can you treat it? There are a number of answers to this question that you can consider for yourself or for your family and friends.
  • Where to Get Help with Mental Illness  By : Grant Eckert
    For many, the quest for help with mental illness does not begin with a doctor's office. In this world of instant information and online resources, many of us are looking at other places to find assistance with troubles we may be having. But the good news is that with this influx of good, solid information, more people than ever are taking the proper steps to finding relief from their mental disorder symptoms and are finding out that life can be as happy as it should be.
  • Identifying Depression with a Family Member - What to Look For  By : Grant Eckert
    If you have a family member that seems to be acting differently than they normally do, it's a heart wrenching experience. You want to help them in any way that you can, but when you're not quite sure what is wrong, it's difficult to know how to approach them. More often than not, the family member also doesn't seem to want your help - and this only complicates things. Depression is a sneaky cause to many problems in families, but when you don't know how to look for it, you can cause more pain.
  • Depression Education - Five Things You Must Know  By : Grant Eckert
    A misconception about depression is that if a person feels intense sadness for a small period of time in reaction to some event, then that is depression. Not to imply that depression cannot be in reaction to an event, but crying after the loss of a life in the family is not depression- that is called the grieving process. That process is necessary and healthy, capable of lasting days.

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