Colleen

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Date registered: January 4, 2016
URL: https://www.improveyourmentalhealth.com

Latest posts

  1. 60 Ways to Reduce Stress — August 16, 2017
  2. How an Oscar-Nominated Film Highlights a Different Autism Treatment — August 8, 2017
  3. Why Asking Questions About Work Helps Predict Postpartum Depression — August 1, 2017
  4. Social Anxiety Disorder: How It Impacts Teenagers — July 26, 2017
  5. Trouble With Bipolar Disorder Mobile Apps: Do They Really Help? — July 25, 2017

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  3. Over The Counter Products for Anxiety and Depression — 66 comments
  4. Taking Control of Emotional Eating — 51 comments
  5. New Advice for Recognizing Early Signs of Autism — 39 comments

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Aug 16

60 Ways to Reduce Stress

Stress and cortisol aren’t just having a serious impact on the body; it’s equally as dangerous to the brain. Some of the symptoms are common, so you’re likely to be familiar with stress causing worry, anxiety, and memory issues. However, many of the effects that stress is having on the brain are considered behind the …

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Aug 08

How an Oscar-Nominated Film Highlights a Different Autism Treatment

How an Oscar-Nominated Film Highlights a Different Autism Treatment Despite the controversies at the Oscars, an Oscar-nominated film is helping children with autism by spotlighting a different type of treatment. Many children with autism exhibit a similar trait. They often become obsessed with a particular TV show, character, food or topic. Most parents try to …

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Aug 01

Why Asking Questions About Work Helps Predict Postpartum Depression

Why Asking Questions About Work Helps Predict Postpartum Depression What if asking questions about your work and how you feel about your job could help diagnose postpartum depression? A new study highlights the benefits of asking questions as a screening tool for women who may be at risk of depression. It is estimated that 20 …

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Jul 26

Social Anxiety Disorder: How It Impacts Teenagers

Social Anxiety Disorder: How It Impacts Teenagers Social Anxiety Disorder is a medical condition that can be found among people of all ages. In many cases, SAD may be mistaken for some other type of issues and go untreated. This is especially true with teenagers. Parents, adults, and other teens may assume the problem is …

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Jul 25

Trouble With Bipolar Disorder Mobile Apps: Do They Really Help?

Trouble With Bipolar Disorder Mobile Apps: Do They Really Help? Mobile apps that promise to help people with bipolar disorder and other conditions continue to increase in popularity. However, a new study reveals that these apps are not meeting all of the needs of users. Are bipolar disorder mobile apps worth using? What Are Bipolar …

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Jul 18

Why the Label “Mild Depression” Can Be Misleading

Why the Label “Mild Depression” Can Be Misleading Does “Mild Depression” exist, or is it simply misleading and confusing people? It is sometimes used to describe people who do not have severe symptoms. However, it may be creating unnecessary misunderstandings and actually putting people at risk for not getting help. What Is “Mild Depression”? This type of …

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Jul 11

Could Your Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy Affect Family Autism Rates?

Could Your Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy Affect  Family Autism Rates? If your grandmother smoked during her pregnancy, she may have inadvertently increased the risk of autism in your family. A new study found a weak link between grandmothers who smoked and autism in children. However, the study results were confusing and created more questions. Research …

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