Bipolar disorder is claimed to be the sixth leading cause of disability in the world. This is a condition that has been described as being manic-depressive but is actually a lot more complicated than that.
It is a disorder in which the sufferer switches between episodes of depression and mania in varying degrees of intensity.
It affects feelings, behavior, perceptions, and thoughts and is more common in people whose families have a history of some kind of mental illness, so in fact it is hereditary. Continue reading “Getting a Bearing on Bipolar Disorder”
Losing sleep for any reason cannot be justified and getting a good night’s sleep affects our memory and can result in stress, lack of concentration, mood swings, lower motivation and fatigue.
To steer clear of different sleep disorders it’s important that we get proper sleep. More than seventy five percent of people suffering from depression result from some kind of sleep problem.
In today’s times one of the most common problems is sleep deprivation. Better Sleep Council surveyed a thousand adults and discovered that more than 25 percent of them agreed to not getting proper sleep at night. Continue reading “How a Good Night’s Sleep Affects Our Memory?”
Pain management is one of psychological self curing management which we can control if we want to.
Pain is of different kinds such as acute pain that you feel intensely; somatic pain or pain from skin and muscles that is a result of a fall or being hit by an object.
Continue reading “The Intricacies of Pain Management”
One thing for everyone to understand is that foundation of happiness is robust health. It’s an open secret most people do not give too much consideration too.
Let us imagine a situation where we are professionally or academically successful, our spouse [or spice ;-)] are doing all right, children seem to be on track and are focusing their energy where they should, parents are taken are of – everything sounds in place and in control.
No tiff with the boss, no malice brewing behind our backs, nothing but we have this persistent headache for lack of sleep over past few days that wouldn’t go away even with a painkillers.
It’s nothing. Just a headache but is enough to take our minds off everything and the pain frustrates us. We lose temper, the feeling reflects in our work and nothing sounds good. We don’t want to eat, talk, nothing. Just want to be left alone. Continue reading “Health and Happiness Formula”
How to stop eating my nails? Is a question from many people who are suffering from nailing habit.
If you’re a worrier then you probably have little mannerisms that show up when you’re under stress. The most common one is biting one’s nails. If it is a compulsive habit then it is called onychophagia.
Continue reading “Nailing that Habit – How To Stop Eating My Nails”
Wearing braces to align crooked teeth is an automatic thing in today’s cosmetic era. People put their children through the procedure to wear braces as a routine without giving any thought whatsoever.
We assume that people will tease our kids for having crooked teeth, which may affect their self-confidence. But in reality it’s not so. Research has confirmed that not wearing braces does not make life any less happy.
Continue reading “Braces Improve Self Esteem and Self-Confidence – Not True!”
Autism can come in at many levels. Having an extremely autistic child can be very wearing on the family as they can be prone to behavioral problems. When my youngest son was in primary school they informed us that he was slightly autistic, although before this we had no such thoughts about him.
Continue reading “The Levels of Autism”
Sleep has the power to restore, heal and repair the body and the mind; Sleep gives power to our immune systems, in fact, to all systems that perform various functions in our body.
There are some misconceptions about sleep, which we should all we aware of. We here them all the time from people of old and new generation, assume its true and spread the word around. Some of these misconceptions are…
Continue reading “Sleeping Disorders, Misconceptions About Sleeping”