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For many people with a serious mental illness, smoking is an entrenched part of their lifestyle. Although smoking rates have dropped below 25 percent...
HOCD
This three-part article was written exclusively for BrainPhysics.com by Aaron on SupportGroups.com. He discusses his struggle with HOCD, how it all st...
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Below is a list of the most commonly prescribed drugs for anti-anxiety or anxiety disorders. This list is not meant to be complete, nor is it meant t...
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If you have OCD with a tendency to check and recheck things such as whether doors are locked, you may be able to give yourself some relief by using ex...
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Tucked away in a germ-free laboratory on the campus of Stanford University, lives a group of mice with extraordinary powers of brain plasticity and ac...
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According to the United States Library of Medicine, an aneurysm is "a weak area in the wall of a blood vessel that causes the blood vessel to bulge or...
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If you were a neuroscience student and noticed that some mice in a geneticist’s lab were always on the move or continuously chasing their tails you mi...
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Tourette Syndrome is referred to in the mental health community as a 'tic disorder'. Tics are defined as "sudden twitches, movements, or sounds that...
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A few training sessions on a 3-D video game increased research participant’s multitasking performance. Follow up at six months revealed the cognitive...
DSM-5
The DSM, or the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, is an extremely important and influential reference work used by professionals...
 
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