Why many Indians don\’t trust mental health advice

A Mumbai student has sought therapy after coming out as a lesbian to her family. \”It was a terrible time in my life. My father had disowned me and I was always guilty. I felt I was letting my family down,\” Alina told DW, using a pseudonym. The 25-year-old said her search for help has … Read more

Your gut microbiome could be making your depression worse

Image:TEK IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY, Maskot, koto_feja/Getty. Designer: Daniele Giarratano. The idea of ​​ingesting someone else\’s poop might seem like a challenge gone wrong, but fecal matter transplants are a promising new mental health treatment. That\’s because poop transplants deliver good bacteria to the colon and restore a healthy balance to the gut microbiome. Scientists are … Read more

5 ways to take a break at work (in less than 60 seconds)

\”],\”filter\”:{\”nextExceptions\”:\”img, blockquote, div\”,\”nextContainsExceptions\”:\”img, blockquote, a.btn, ao-button\”},\” renderIntial\”:true,\”wordCount\”:350 }\”> No one needs to tell you that work is a source of stress. But the workplace and its inexorable deadlines, meetings, politics and frustration has become the biggest stressor for Americans. According to a recent data review, 83% of workers in the United States experience work-related stress. … Read more

Mental health of young Canadians is a \’time bomb\’

The Toronto Center for Addiction and Mental Health is one of Canada\’s largest mental health research facilities. (AFP) Canada is grappling with a time bomb of violence, addiction and suicide linked to failing mental health services for its young people. In the streets and subways of Toronto, Canada\’s largest city, an ultra-modern metropolis that … Read more

Out of tragedy, Waynesboro man finds his voice to help those struggling with their mental health

WAYNESBORO Over his 45 years, Ronald North has known perhaps 15 people who died by suicide. For him it was not something extraordinary. That changed three years ago. The Waynesboro man\’s partner died by suicide, sending North into a tailspin. He had already struggled with depression for most of his life. He was now going … Read more

Savannah Chrisley opens up about her mental health and past suicide attempt

Savannah Chrisley is getting candid about her struggle with mental health issues and how being the star of a reality show has impacted her health journey. Savannah recently caught up with mental health advocate Patrick Custer for his new episode Unlocked podcast and pondered the price of his role Chrisley knows best he hired her … Read more

More depressed patients than previously estimated may have increased activation of their immune systems

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King\’s College London has used an assessment of gene expression involved in the immune response to show that there may be more major depressive disorder (MDD) patients with activated immune systems than research has previously estimated. By identifying the … Read more

Leaving the city for suburban life could trigger depression: Researchers

Mental health From Brooke Kato May 30, 2023 | 17:32 The suburban American dream could be your worst nightmare. People who live in the suburbs are more likely to be depressed than those in a concrete jungle, a new study suggests. Published last week in the journal Science Advances, the study found that sprawling medium-density … Read more

We\’ve become obsessed with therapy, but it\’s not all that great – Anash.org

From the Anash.org inbox: As a parent of young children, I\’m always looking for ways to improve my parenting. But the recent obsession with secular therapy and methods has become overrated and often destructive. By Rochel B. Recently, an article was published on Anash.org by R Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin on the importance of receiving guidance … Read more