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The term affective disorder defines a small group of psychiatric disorders including major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorder...
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This entry will help the reader recognize the symptoms of bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depressive disorder. It will only discuss the reco...
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Scientific research does not always provide definitive answers, but it frequently reminds us not to make assumptions, that appearances are often decei...
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If you want to keep your brain young, it seems you will need to do more than crossword puzzles or watch documentaries. Not that those activities are f...
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It's always a good idea to check the credentials of your doctor or health care provider before you come under their treatment. This information isn't...
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Whatever your current state of mental health, you no doubt want to keep your brain as healthy as possible and protect it from age-related decline. You...
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Brainspotting is a treatment method based on the ideas that emotional consequences of traumatic events are held in the physical body, and that psychol...
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Whatever your faults, regrets, imperfections, or weaknesses—be compassionate with yourself. Do at least one kind thing for yourself everyday, although...
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Introduction Imagine you are walking on your favorite street. It is your day off—or perhaps you have just finished working and everything at the off...
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Walking to work or school can positively affect your concentration for the following four hours. An experiment in Denmark involving 20,000 school chi...
 
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