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Study shows indicates blood pressure medication could treat addiction
08-18-15 Category: Drug Addiction

There are many factors that contribute to the development of an addiction and there are many ways to combat it. One primary means of managing addiction is identifying triggers which are people, places and things that remind the user of his or her experience with alcohol and drug abuse. These cues can be incredibly powerful […]

The more you know: Debunking myths about bipolar disorder
08-17-15 Category: Mental Health

Bipolar disorder is a severe mental illness characterized by intense highs and depressing lows. It used to be referred to as manic-depressive disorder and is defined by severe shifts in moods and energy levels that can often interfere with people’s day-to-day lives. Many mental health disorders often carry stereotypes and stigmas that prevent many from […]

Sleep disorders may cause mental health disorders in children
08-17-15 Category: Children, Mental Health

A recent study showed that severe sleep disorders in toddlers can have lingering effects on their mental health. Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science of Technology’s (NTNU) Department of Psychology conducted a study consisting of 1,000 toddlers, studying their sleeping patterns and how the children progressed. This study, published in the Journal of Development […]

Mindfulness meditation has potential benefits on self-concept
08-14-15 Category: Mental Health, Mindfulness

Recent research has shown that mindfulness meditation can help profile a person’s personality traits and promote healthier formations of self-concept or how individuals perceive themselves and their actions. In the collaborative study featured in Frontiers in Psychology, researchers Viviana Capurso and Cristiano Crescentini summarize the benefits that one can reap from practicing mindfulness meditation as […]

Study shows that psychosis rarely triggers violent crimes
08-14-15 Category: Mental Health

Challenging longstanding stereotypes that associate mental illness with violent behavior, a study conducted at the University of California, Berkeley suggests delusions and hallucinations associated with mental illness rarely lead to acts of violence. The results of this study were recently reported in the online edition of journal Clinical Psychological Science. Mass shootings at the hands […]

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