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Glenn Close strives to spread awareness about mental illness to end the associated stigma
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Not many are brave enough to reveal and share about mental health problems running in their genes. It takes a lot of strength and innate courage to act responsibly and offer the much needed support and care to your loved ones when they confess about the demon called mental problems troubling them. The realization that […]


Researchers identify genes associated with OCD
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The tendency to be besotted with obtrusive thoughts that lead to unwarranted anxiousness or recurring behavioral patterns to alleviate anxiety levels affects roughly 1 percent of the American population annually. Clinicians identify these as signs of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), with the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) indicating nearly 50.6 percent of those affected […]


CBT may increase connectivity in brains of OCD patients, finds study
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Not all thoughts express happiness. Some thoughts are intrusive and unwelcome that can result in fixation about something or recurring behavioral tendencies or a combination of both that may cause anxiety. Experts club these kinds of behavioral issues under obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), a mental condition in which an individual has reoccurring thoughts as well as […]


Music therapy may work well with schizophrenic patients, says study
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“Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” The famous line by late German author Berthold Auerbach describes the importance of music in our day-to-day lives. There are studies that show how music impacts a person’s physical and mental health and provides emotional support. Now, a new study suggests that music therapy […]


PTSD Awareness Month: A veteran’s combat with PTSD and journey towards recovery
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At the age of 27, Khristina Hall decided to join the U.S. Navy as a Seabee. Daughter of a veteran who served the Air Force for more than 22 years, Hall had gone through an intensive ROTC program at high school and had weapons training. To prepare her for a deployment to Kuwait in 2002, […]


“No makeup. No styling. Just me. I suffer from anxiety,” proclaims Gina Rodriguez
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Gina Rodriguez, the Jane the Virgin star, has opened up about suffering from anxiety on Instagram. In a post on the popular social media site, the 32-year-old actor talked about her struggles with anxiety by going make-up free for a video as part of the project titled, “Ten Second Portraits” by Anton Soggiu. In the […]


Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness – 4: Halsey
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“Everything that I hate about myself goes away when I walk onstage. That’s why I cling to it so much – it keeps me from killing myself.”– Electropop singer Halsey Of late, celebrities have come forward to openly discuss about their mental illness to help fight stigma attached to it. American model Chrissy Teigen spoke about […]


Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness-2: Olympian Allison Schmitt
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Life could not have been better for Allison Schmitt, who had returned from the London Olympics in 2012 with five medals and an adoring fan base who nicknamed her “Schmitty.” While everyone cheered for her, Allison could not see the positive side. Initially understood to be a post-Olympics letdown, things did not get any better […]


Oxytocin being examined for treating PTSD, alcoholism
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Widely known as the love or cuddle hormone, oxytocin made in the brain’s hypothalamus plays a crucial role in childbirth and helps with male reproductive system. A particularly important hormone for women, it is secreted by the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland and plays an important part in promoting mother-child bonding. While previous studies […]


Alcohol Awareness Month: Why do women drink?
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“I didn’t get drunk, but I liked how the wine took the edge off my day … if the alcohol failed to take away the sadness, it made the feeling blurrier,” said Helen, the principal protagonist of the novel Under the Influence, written by best-selling author Joyce Maynard’s. It is a fact that women tap […]


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