The Next Milestone For Mental Health: Virtual Reality

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In the past experts worried that virtual reality (VR) would damage our brains. Today, they believe it’ll help them instead. There’s been new research done regarding how VR can diagnose and treat mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. While there are still many tests being conducted some of this technology has already made its …

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 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 …

Clinicians Say NeuroStar TMS Therapy Equates 53% Remission

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There are more than 5,200 patients who have been evaluated by the NeuroStar TMS Outcomes Registry since it was first created in September 2016. As such, this registry has become the largest data set available having to do with Major Depressive Disorder. Response Rates of NeuroStar Herein you’ll find a lot of data that has …