Depression: Unlocking the Shadows of the Mind

Introduction: Depression is a common mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, and a range of physical and emotional symptoms. In this essay, we will delve into the intricacies of depression, exploring its causes, symptoms, available treatments, and the importance ...

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Nurturing Mental Health: The Key to a Balanced Life

Introduction Mental health is an essential aspect of our overall well-being, shaping how we think, feel, and behave. Just as we prioritize physical health, it is crucial to devote attention to our mental well-being. In this fast-paced and demanding world, understanding, and nurturing our mental health has become more important than ever. So, let’s explore ...

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Time out. To recuperate, and reset.

Have a time out to recuperate, reset, and rethink your purpose in this life. I remember one of my best phones ever owned was an bought cheaply from a friend, compared to its original market price. Its appearance was admirable, the camera the best of the time, it was speedy, had a larger space, battery ...

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The neurobiology of suicide

In a real sense, it’s incomprehensible for someone to commit suicide. We always hear several questions and blameworthy statements victimizing the individual. Many people keep blaming the victim just because they haven’t reached that edge of complete hopelessness. One day, I was seated with a suicidal client, then she asked; why am I like this? ...

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Mental Health. Mental status examination

10th October each year, the world commemorates World Mental Health Day (WMHD). Before asking yourself why to commemorate and not celebrate, have you ever asked, “how much do I know about my mental state? What’s my mental health budget worth in terms of both finance and time? What would be my attitude if someone asked ...

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