Mental Health

  1. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Risk Factor

    Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) is a kind of mental disorder that occurs after a traumatic event. A traumatic event can be anything, such as:- A natural disaster, Military combat, physical or sexual assault or abuse(rape), the unexpected death of a loved one.

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  2. Adding These Food Items To Your Diet Will Strengthen Your Mental Health

    Strengthen Your Mental Health

    Regular physical activity is not only good for your mind but also for your entire body. Physical activity doesn’t mean you have to work out for hours, even a moderate exercise for a short duration will also help you to improve cognitive performance, including memory and that of all age groups.

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  3. Check Out The Root Cause Of Overthinking

    Overthinking

    Excess of anything is bad for human health. The same goes with thinking. Thinking too much can lead to symptoms of depression or anxiety, an increase in stress, lack of confidence, lack of concentration, and many more, which you might see further in this article.

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  4. Why Is Suicide Rate So High In America?

    Suicide rate in america

    Suicide was one of the most significant yet the leading cause of death in America, and it's getting worse day by day. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), it was considered the tenth major cause of death in the United States. On average, in America, about 132 suicide cases occur each day. In 2018, 1.4, about 48,344 Americans died because of suicide, including 18,830 homicides. 

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  5. Histrionic Personality Disorder (HPD)- Do you want to be noticed at all cost?

     Histrionic Personality Disorder

    Almost 9% of the general population has at least one type of personality disorder, and the percentage of histrionic personality disorder(HPD) in the general populace is 2 to 3 %. People can have more than one personality disorder, says National Center for Biotechnology InformationWomen are four times more pron to be diagnosed with histrionic personality disorder than men. Although, research suggests that women may be overly diagnosed with this disorder than men due to sexual-forwardness being less socially acceptable for women.

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