Everyone from children to the elderly can benefit from art or music therapy. The connection between these creative therapies and mental health is undeniable.
Researchers continue to study what causes DMDD, but there are methods children can learn to cope with the diagnosis to improve their quality of life, school performance, and family relationships.
Today, we’ll explore sleep disorders further, closely examining the most frequently occurring types, what causes them, and how sufferers can treat them to find relief.
Drugs or alcohol can make it hard to study, improve skills, and retain concepts. The effects are long-lasting, and sometimes permanent.
Understanding a little about psychosis and its symptoms can help you deal with it in the best way possible. The more you understand the easier it will be to support a loved one, and more importantly, keep them safe.
Grieving is not forgetting, and grief is not only sadness. Healthy grieving allows us to remember our loss and accept it peacefully, without intense emotional pain.
There is a lot of misinformation in circulation about addiction and recovery. The end result is that people with a substance abuse problem simply don’t receive the treatment they need.
Feeling sad or down every once in a while is a normal part of life, and it can happen to anyone. However, older adults have a higher risk of experiencing clinical depression.
Not only is regular use of cocaine potentially deadly, but it can also affect a person’s mental health due to how the drug changes a person’s brain.
This form of talk therapy can help you deal with anxiety, manage depression, and find purpose while defying the seeming meaninglessness of life without focusing on the past as in other forms of therapy.