What is Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

September 2, 2016

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterized by unreasonable thought fears and obsessions that we lead you to do repetitive behaviors or compulsions. It is also feasible to have only obsessions or only compulsions with only OCD. OCD sufferers may not know that they have unreasonable obsessions, and they may ignore them or stop them. When these people try to stop, they only increase the anxiety and distress. After all, these individuals…

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Mental Health:Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder

July 27, 2016

Body dysmorphia is a mental disorder in which someone can not stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in his or her appearance. – Flow to others, is either very minor or not even observable. However, you may feel very anxious or humiliated that yo may avoid social situations. When someone has body dysmorphic disorder, He or She will be intensely obsessing over he is or her…

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What is Depression?

January 18, 2016

It is likely that most people have felt sad or depressed at some time. Feeling depressed is a normal reaction to loss, struggles and difficulties of life or battered self-esteem. However when these feelings of sadness become so intense that you also feel helpless, worthless and hopeless for extended periods of time (several days to many weeks), depression becomes an issue. Depression keeps you from functioning as you normally would,…

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What is Dementia – Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

Dementia is not a specific disease, but rather a combination of a wide range of symptoms that affect a persons mental capacity enough to where it interferes with there daily life. One common sign is memory loss and Alzheimer’s Disease is a type of dementia. Dementia is a term that describes symptoms that are associated with decline in thinking skills. Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 60% to 80% of dementia cases. Vascular Dementia…

November 24, 2014
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6 Tips : How to Stay Motivated On “Cold Dreary Days”

October 20, 2014

Motivation does not seem like a renewable resource. In fact it seems very finite. For some reason people are motivated one day and the next day they aren’t. What happens to you when you lose motivation. Losing motivation happens so often I don’t believe people necessary think of it as a problem. In school we coin the term “senioritis” for a senior year student who loses his or her motivation….

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9 Healthy Habits To Start Today

If your ready to change your life habits to be healthier, its good to start with simple changes that will can ease you transition into healthier lifestyle choices. In this article we’ll discuss 10 great daily habits that can lead to a healthier life. 1. Drink water instead of soda or pop. Replacing regular soda with diet may not be a good enough replacement. Recent studies have shown that diet…

September 5, 2014
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Teaching Your Kid To Read

Reading can and often goes beyond books. Many educators believe many kids spend too much time using the computer or electronics rather than reading books; However much reading takes place outside the confines of books. Computers present the opportunity to greatly expand the content s of you a child can read. Many educational video games multimedia websites and interactive tools allow children to read a variety of different topics in…

August 21, 2014
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7 Tips to Help Improve Your Study Habits

Its important to for children to develop effective study habits to ensure that they get good grades in school. Many educators know great method that work well to help students study, but few schools teach students the best ways to study. Research has shown that it doesn’t matter how much time spent studying that matters but what methods are used during study. In one survey, students who studied more than…

August 20, 2014
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7 Tips to Help Improve Your Study Habits

May 2, 2013

Its important for children to develop effective study habits to ensure that they get good grades in school. Many educators know great method that work well to help students study, but few schools teach students the best ways to study. Research has shown that it doesn’t matter how much time spent studying that matters but what methods are used during study. In one survey, students who studied more than 35…

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