The Health Benefits Of Drinking Coffee

Coffee is a naturally occurring substance. Many of the biologically active compounds that are found in it actually have health benefits, especially when it comes to your cardiovascular and central nervous systems. There are also many great benefits for your digestive tract. It also contains many antioxidants, anti-inflammatory chemicals, and can even help aid in …

Understanding The Link Between Social Media And Young People’s Mental Health

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In recent years many people have been spending a lot of time on social media sites. This is especially true for adolescents, teens, and young adults. In fact, research shows that 80% of this population uses these sites daily. Of this, about 50% spend at least two hours each day on the platform. Many psychiatrists …

How Sleep, Learning, and Memory Coincide

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Unfortunately, nobody truly understands the complexities of sleep, learning, and memory. However, there are some studies that suggest that both the quantity and the quality of a person’s rest profoundly impact their recollection. This is because when you don’t have enough rest you won’t be able to focus well and therefore you can’t learn efficiently. …

Why You Should Hold Onto Hope For Depression

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There are some people who enter therapy because they find themselves feeling completely hopeless. Some of these people have been suffering for years, others for decades. They may have tried numerous therapies and medications without finding them helpful. This doesn’t mean there’s no hope of healing from their depression. There’s always hope for three reasons. …

How Screen Time And Teen Mental Health Are Related

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Many parents understand that we’re living in challenging times yet they still feel as though their teenagers are suffering from both depression and anxiety. They even admit that they feel quite concerned about their mental health. While some parents are cautiously transitioning back to school and other activities, COVID’s effects are far from over. While …

Understanding Sleep Disorders

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While some of us may occasionally experience a sleepless night, for some people this is routine. In fact, the National Institutes of Health 20 million Americans find themselves suffering from sleeping problems occasionally another 40 million suffer from a sleep disorder. Unfortunately, stress and anxiety don’t only contribute to this problem but they can make …

Dealing With Sleep Irregularities In College Students

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Studies have shown that children and adolescents who don’t get enough sleep have cognitive, emotional, and mental health issues. The amount of sleep children get is concerning to everyone today. This is why there’s a movement for school start times to move to later in the morning so that there are more opportunities to sleep. …

Improve Your Concentration While Working From Home

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There are a lot of parents who are attempting to work from home while having their children around. Unfortunately, this frequently leads to the inability to concentrate but there are some things you can do about this. Understand Why You’re Struggling to Concentrate When you feel anxious and uncertain you’re bound to feel on edge …

Introducing TMS Therapy

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS therapy) is a non-invasive way of stimulating your brain. For this reason, it’s only used after things like antidepressants and psychotherapy have proven ineffective. TMS treatment is delivered via an electromagnetic coil that’s placed over the region of your brain that’s involved with creating feelings of depression. This device generates a …