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Anxiety Symptoms in Teens

Contrary to popular belief, anxiety is actually pretty normal during adolescent and teenage years, for this period serves to be the most stressful stage in a person’s life. This is understandable for these years tend to be the most explorative and confusing years in one’s life. Normally, anxiety serves as a coping mechanism stimulated by the brain to deal with feelings of uneasiness during stressful situations. For most people, it is a normal phase that will dissipate over time on its own. However, some people experience severe anxiety which can negatively impact his or her life; symptoms start to hinder these people from socializing and participating in various activities. Overwhelming feelings of anxiety will then start to develop into worse conditions giving light to anxiety disorder, depression, or even phobias. (more…)

February 7th, 2019

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Understanding ADHD in Adults

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is believed back then to be a condition among children which they can grow out of as they become adults. Today, it has been proven that it is a condition that can span throughout patients’ lives from childhood to adulthood. (more…)

January 10th, 2019

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The Most Important Depression Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

Depression is a medical illness that can occur to anyone. It is not something that can be willed away. Patients with depression need treatment and support. (more…)

January 3rd, 2019

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How to Nurture Your Children’s Mental Health

Your children’s mental health plays the most important part in their social and cognitive development. It is during this early stage in life when they shape their brain’s structure and build foundation for all their lifelong skills such as problem-solving, social interaction and self-control. (more…)

December 18th, 2018

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Lifestyle Changes to Improve Symptoms of ADHD

Although Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is genetically acquired, that doesn’t mean that we can’t do anything about it. After all, it can be also environmental. You may not have any control on your genes, but you totally have control on your diet or your sleeping habits. These factors also contribute greatly on ADHD symptoms. (more…)

December 11th, 2018

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Peer Pressure and Teen Mental Health | Tips for Parents

As we all know, adolescence is the age of change. It is the time when kids can develop habits that can affect their adult lives.

Adolescence, therefore, is not an easy time for both kids and parents. (more…)

December 6th, 2018

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Peer Pressure and Teen Mental Health | Pros and Cons

It is quite normal for all of us to want to adapt or fit in with our circle of friends or with the ones we look up to. Wanting to be more alike with our friends is just natural. However, if it raises some concerns, especially with your child, know that there are ways you can be of help. (more…)

November 27th, 2018

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Depression and Obesity: How Are They Related?

Depression can be associated with overeating, poor choices of food and inactive lifestyle which all cause weight gain. In time, this weight gain leads to obesity, which is one of the causes of depression. Unknowingly, this has become a cycle—an alarming one. (more…)

November 19th, 2018

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How to Manage Anxiety and Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Most people who suffer from anxiety also have trouble sleeping. While many of us experience not getting enough sleep every once in a while, there are people who can’t get enough sleep all the time.

People who worry too much get very little to no sleep. When this becomes a routine, it causes many problems. The risks of not having enough sleep extend beyond fatigue. (more…)

November 12th, 2018

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What to Avoid Saying to People Who Show Signs of Depression

People who are depressed may often feel alone and frustrated. We won’t know exactly
what they are going through. So, if there’s someone close to you who seems to be
combatting depression, you should always be mindful of the things to say around them. (more…)

November 5th, 2018

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