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A typical approach to young children with OCD symptoms is to watch and wait. However, recent research suggests children five to eight years old are he...
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Stubborn symptoms are relieved for some OCD sufferers by deep brain stimulation. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) involves the implantation of electrodes...
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What makes assessing ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) in children difficult is that many symptoms are behaviors typical of kids who do...
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The psychiatric profession is sometimes accused of being too eager to push prescription antidepressants on their patients, as though they are the only...
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To have good mental health we must avoid making faulty assumptions about what our thoughts and feelings mean. Obsessions are unwanted, repetitive thou...
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Sleep—what a nightmare! Sometimes, that is. For many people too, those who suffer from one or more of a handful of sleep disorders. Research has simpl...
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Many energy drink labels do not list the amount of stimulant each drink contains. This means people who consume them for a mental or physical boost ma...
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To help his clients manage obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), practitioner Fred Penzel, Ph.D. put together a list for them—ten things necessary to k...
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Having a similar experience of emotions is something that gives human beings a common language. People recognize the same facial expressions of sadnes...
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Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are extremely popular prescription medications taken by millions of Americans for the treatment of dep...
 
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