This article talks about how old people get illnesses that easily. A common condition among older people would be having dry mouth or Xerostomia. This article discusses its definition, how it is experienced, its causes and factors, and possible relief from said condition. Continue reading Depression and Dry Mouth Connection
Depression is a status of mind which can bring serious altercation with human behavior which ultimately upsets even the harmony of stability, in a broad sense. An uncontrolled state of depression seriously affects all the activities of a man and brings far reaching biological and metabolic disfunctionalities in his day today life. Continue reading Dealing with depression Grief Support For Depression
Insanity is one of those things that most psychological texts attempt to categorize, illustrate, and analyze, but never outright define. Indeed, from some standpoints, insanity and sanity are too relative to the individual and his circumstances to be given any single, all-encompassing definition. There are, however, several key factors to be noted among the various forms of insanity known to modern mental health experts. Continue reading Breaking Point The Factors Behind Insanity
This article is about the connection of sleeping problems with mental illnesses. It briefly discusses the mechanics of sleep, its function, and characteristics. There are two general kinds of sleeping disorders connected to psychiatric conditions, these are insomnia and hypersomnia. The most commonly related psychiatric illnesses connected to sleeping problems are general anxiety disorder, depression, adjustment disorder, and panic attacks. Continue reading Going Cuckoo Over Sleep, Or The Lack Thereof
Contrary to popular belief, rural environments seem to be more likely to cause someone to develop a mental illness or be deprived of proper therapy. The reasons for this are still unknown, but research is underway to determine if the more prominent theories are correct. Continue reading Are People Going Nuts In Rural Areas?
A common cold is an infection of the upper respiratory tract, nose and throat. It is usually harmless, although it may not feel that way. The common cold usually catches up with us at one time or another. The common cold is truly common, cause it is the most contagious infection one will encounter in his or her entire life. Continue reading Common Cold As Common As The Air We Breathe
There are several subgroups of Anxiety Disorders, with different causes and treatement.
Anxiety disorders are a serious social and financial concern to American business, since they cost the country more than 42 billion a year in healthcare costs and lost productivity, according to “The Economic Burden of Anxiety Disorders,” a study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.
More than 22.84 billion is spent on healthcare services, as those with anxiety disorders… Continue reading What Is Anxiety And How To Treat It
This article discusses the seemingly strong connection between military services and post traumatic stress. It relates to the readers how combat in war zones affect the men in military services concerning their health, mental health, and emotional status. Continue reading Veterans and Depression The Battle to Heal the Wounds of War
This article is about low sexual drive. It briefly discusses the statistics of men and women having this kind of sexual
dysfunction concern. This article also discusses the different causes of having low libido for men and women. It is
basically differentiated to physical and psychological causes. Also listed in the article are some tips that the readers
might want to try out to work on their low libido. Continue reading Are You Getting Any These Days?
Mental hea lth is a concern too often neglected by many of us. Thanks to the Internet, today, there are various websites that you can check which offer online quizzes designed to assess aspects of your mental health, including your risk for depression, anxiety and other emotional disorders. Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Through Online Sanity Tests