Anxiety

Anxiety may not be all bad, a bit of it can boost memory, say researchers

03-09   Anxiety may not be all bad, a bit of it can boost memory, say researchers

Posted in Anxiety

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common psychological illnesses that people face across the globe. An estimated 31.1 percent American adults may experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives, says the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Although the symptoms of anxiety could be debilitating and nagging for a sufferer, a recent […]


Anxiety could be an initial stage of Alzheimer’s, says study

01-17   Anxiety could be an initial stage of Alzheimer’s, says study

Anxiety-related symptoms could be a strong sign of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to a recent study by researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. According to the study, anxiety symptoms could serve as indicators of Alzheimer’s disease before the afflicted individual experiences actual cognitive impairment. In the event of further substantial […]


Sleeping for less than 8 hours ups the risk of depression and anxiety, says study

01-09   Sleeping for less than 8 hours ups the risk of depression and anxiety, says study

People spend one-third of their lives sleeping, which has forced scientists and experts to wonder why sleep is so necessary for humans to survive. When a person is asleep, the brain gets ample rest and an opportunity to rework and reconnect information assimilated during the day, which is essential for the brain to function properly. […]


Father’s rejection may trigger social anxiety among teens, finds study

12-28   Father’s rejection may trigger social anxiety among teens, finds study

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The family atmosphere often plays an important role in an adolescent’s growth and development. Parents, considered as role models for children, exert a great influence on their behavioral health. A recent study has suggested that healthy relationships between parents and their teen children are vital for the latter’s development and well-being. According to the study […]


WHO to categorize video gaming as mental health problem

12-28   WHO to categorize video gaming as mental health problem

Posted in Addiction, Anxiety, Research

A recent report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) has said that individuals who play video games for 12 hours or more could have a mental disorder. The report, published by the Forbes, said that the WHO is mulling over adding gaming disorder to its list of International Classification of Diseases (ICD) — an […]


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