Depression And The Effects On Your Body

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Depression is both a physical and psychological condition. Everyday tasks become difficult feats of endurance though people around you may not notice. Most think the only symptoms of depression is chronic sadness; they overlook the physiological symptoms. Here are a few signs that your body is warning you about your more »

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Anxiety Induced Procrastination

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Five commonly misunderstood types of procrastination   Anxiety and procrastination go hand in hand. Often when we feel anxious about something, we put it off. This can be obvious to some, especially those experiencing it. For example, you might put off taking that driving test because you are scared of more ¬ª

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The Problem With Sleep Trackers

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Tracking your sleep can lead to slumber induced anxiety   For many fantasising about that perfect night’s sleep is just that, a fantasy. The hashtag #weekendgoals trends across social media as we all battle to get those precious eight hours. What happens when this fantasy turns into a fixated habit more ¬ª

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Remedies to Fight Stress and Anxiety

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Anxiety is a normal response to stress and can help us out of a dangerous situation. But it can also be a disabling condition. Stress feeds negative emotions such as anxiety and depression. Typically, individuals seek psychiatric treatment which often comprises a mixture of talking therapies and medications. For some, more »

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Acupuncture Outperforms Traditional Pain Relief

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Often when we think about medicine, we think about tablets. A pounding headache can be curbed in 20 minutes with a simple painkiller-NSAID (Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory drug). Stronger pain relief know as Opioids-Codeine, Morphine, Oxycodone, Hydromorphone and Fentanyl to name a few, will ease intense pain but are unsafe for long-term more »

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You Don’t Have To Be Underweight To Have Anorexia

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We Don’t All Fit The Same Box A study found that 31% of patients with Anorexia Nervosa had all the cognitive features and physical complains without being underweight.   University Melbourne dietitian Melissa Whitelaw is calling for a change in the diagnostic criteria after finding patients with atypical anorexia suffer more ¬ª

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