Thursday, 18 April 2019

Life-saving opioid addiction treatments get a negative slant

Medications that treat opioid addiction find inaccurate and negatively slanted coverage, especially in states with high mortality rates for overdose.
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After years Languishing in the dark

After years languishing in the dark, mental illness is finally getting its moment in the spotlight. Focus, largely, has been on young people – crises in child and adolescent mentalhealthcare and in student populations have been both persistent and significant. But mental illness doesn’t end with reaching adulthood – often, in fact, it doesn’t end at all.

In autism, depression takes on unusual forms

 Depression may show up as insomnia and restlessness in children with #
autism, rather than as the more common feelings of sadness. The prevalence of depression in autism range from 10 to 72 percent. Still, a 2015 study found that only about half of autistic individuals who took their own lives had been diagnosed with depression, suggesting that their depression had gone undetected.

Friday, 12 April 2019

Avail your benefit on Mental Health Congress

Avail your benefit and grab the opportunity on the Occasion of Autism Awareness month. Your discount ends on April 30. 12-13, 2019,

Mental health problems don't end with age. Older people need help too


After years languishing in the dark, mental illness is finally getting its moment in the spotlight. Frustrating political football it may be, but one thing can’t be denied – it’s making headlines more than ever. Focus, largely, has been on young people – crises in child and adolescent mental healthcare and in student populations have been both persistent and significant. But mental illness doesn’t end with reaching adulthood – often, in fact, it doesn’t end at all.

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

3 Way to Improve Mental Health

Sick days among workers are commonly associated with physical ailments, but mental health issues also account for frequent absences. A report from the 2018 MentalHealth showed that more people miss work due to stress and anxiety than for physical illness or injury. @Tokyo, August 12-13, 2019.

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Anxiety Disorders

Central nervous system. Long-term and panic attacks can cause your brain to release stress hormones on a regular basis. This can increase the frequency of symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, and .
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