Emotional Health is About Dealing With Feelings

Emotional Health is About Dealing With Feelings

Emotional Health Benefits Emotional health is about being happy, confident, aware, and resilient. If your emotional health is not as solid as you want it to be, there is good news. I’ve searched the web and found the following videos and articles to help you boost you mood, get more enjoyment from life, and build […]

Kids Of Helicopter Parents Less Content

Kids Of Helicopter Parents Less Content

There has been another strike against over-involved, “helicopter” parenting: researchers discovered that parenting overkill has the potential to make college students feel incompetent, which leads to depression. Psychologist Holly Schiffrin of the University of Mary Washington said “There’s been a lot of talk about how these helicopter parents are bad.” However, she also said that […]

Sleepwalking Risk Increased With Depression, According to Study

Sleepwalking Risk Increased With Depression, According to Study

  Around 8.5 million adults in the United States (30%), have at one time experienced sleep walking, and the ones with psychiatric disorders, apneas, depression, or obsessive-compulsive disorders have a higher risk, according to a study of 19,136 people aged 18 and up. Sleeping pills, antidepressants, and come other medications can add to the risk, […]

Depression Linked to Sedentary Lifestyle in Women

Depression Linked to Sedentary Lifestyle in Women

A recent publication of the American Journal of Epidemiology reports that US women who exercised little and watched more television had a higher rate of depression when compared to those who exercised more and watched little television. The researchers used information from women who took part in a Nurses’ Health Study that required taking surveys […]

Too Much TV and Too Little Exercise Linked To Depression

Too Much TV and Too Little Exercise  Linked To Depression

  U.S. study finds that middle-aged women who watch less television and get more exercise were found less likely to get diagnosed with depression – highest impact comes with exercising. The findings, which were reported in the American Journal of Epidemiology, found women who have exercised in recent years were 20% less likely to be […]

Established Celebrities with Depression

Established Celebrities with Depression

Despite suffering from the disease, celebrities with depression have made their way to name and fame. The list includes well known actors, world leaders and various artists. Angelina Jolie, Abraham Lincoln, Princess Diana, Catherine Zeta Jones, Mandy Moore, Sheryl Crow and Sir Isaac Newton are all examples who were well established in their career yet […]