Hello everyone! I hope you guys had a wonderful weekend. Lets start our busy week ahead with some interesting articles. Lets begin! 1) Constant Cravings: Is Addiction on The Rise? From sex to sugar to social media, people are in the grip of a wider range of compulsive behaviours. But what is driving them – … More “Constant Cravings: Is Addiction on The Rise?” AND More on Best 5 Monday Reads
Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well. Today, I would like to share another resource/guide with you guys which I believe is very essential during this festive season. Multiple studies have shown that the rate of suicide and/or anxiety increase significantly during Christmas period because of various invidual specific reasons. To prevent or atleast … More Christmas and Anxiety (Free Guide)
Hello and welcome to another edition of Best 5 Reads. Grab your coffee and lets start! 1) One-Third of Adults May Unknowingly Use Medications that Can Cause Depression A new study from University of Illinois at Chicago researchers suggests that more than one-third of U.S. adults may be using prescription medications that have the potential … More “One-Third of Adults May Unknowingly Use Medications that Can Cause Depression” AND more on Best 5 Wednesday Reads
1) Looking for Kama Muta in All the Right Places Why do positive emotional feelings make us feel more connected to others? Open the link above to find out the meaning of Kama Muta and its positive effects. It was a very interesting read. 2) LGBTQ Youth Face Persistent Challenges, High Stress American teenagers who … More Looking for Kama Muta (Not Sutra) AND more on Best 5 Saturday Reads
1) Treatments Involving Heat (Bikram Yoga) Show Promise For Alleviating Depression “Antidepressants have limitations. Not all patients respond to them or can tolerate the side effects. Alternatives, such as Bikram yoga, “may be more feasible and more acceptable for a lot of patients,” said David Mischoulon, M.D., Ph.D, A Psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital. 2) … More Is Bikram Yoga an alternative in treating depression? AND more on Best 5 Tuesday Reads
Hello there! Today we will be talking about National Institute of Health (NIH)’s allocation of 1.1 billion dollars to tackle opioid crisis, How to prevent suicide deaths among US army soldiers, How your mind under stress, gets better at processing bad news. In addition, we will also be discussing prevalence of depression in patients seeking … More NIH to Put $1.1 Billion Toward Tackling Opioid Crisis AND more on Best 5 Thursday Reads!