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MDMA no more just a recreational drug; researchers conduct trials on PTSD patients

MDMA no more just a recreational drug; researchers conduct trials on PTSD patients

06 November | 0 Comments | By Rachael

One of the most effective treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) technique that requires a patient to focus […]

Connection between mental and physical health

Connection between mental and physical health

24 October | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Physical and mental health of an individual are inter-linked and any change in one affects the other. A decline in mental health condition can cause […]

Abuse that trigger mental disorders - Part 4: Child abuse increases vulnerability toward mental illness

Abuse that trigger mental disorders – Part 4: Child abuse increases vulnerability toward mental illness

06 September | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Child abuse and maltreatment are linked with serious changes in the brain structure that may lead to severe mental health problems in the future. The exposure […]

New trial explores prospects of oxytocin as treatment for PTSD and alcohol abuse

New trial explores prospects of oxytocin as treatment for PTSD and alcohol abuse

02 August | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Any kind of traumatic experience can affect the normal course of life and can prevent one from leading a happy and productive life. The situation […]

Employing neuroscience to treat PTSD

Employing neuroscience to treat PTSD

15 June | 0 Comments | By Rachael

The concept of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a common mental health problem caused due to witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event related to death and […]

Separation from smartphones trigger PTSD-like symptoms in youngsters, finds study

Separation from smartphones trigger PTSD-like symptoms in youngsters, finds study

23 May | 0 Comments | By Rachael

With their fingers moving swiftly over the virtual keypads, followed by a flurry of frequently changing expressions on their anxious faces, youngsters these days are […]

Civic service helps war veterans readjust to civilian life, says study

Civic service helps war veterans readjust to civilian life, says study

09 May | 0 Comments | By Rachael

“Ours not to reason why, ours but to do and die,” the line from famous poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred Lord […]

Study tries to find how veterans’ PTSD impacts their dependents

Study tries to find how veterans’ PTSD impacts their dependents

10 March | 0 Comments | By Rachael

There have been ample researches dealing with mental health problems of military veterans, more specifically post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, there is very little awareness […]

Majority of post-9/11 veterans have reintegrated well into civilian life

Majority of post-9/11 veterans have reintegrated well into civilian life

27 February | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Since the commencement of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, 2.4 million American men and women have departed from military service. It is predicted that about […]

Mental health--3: Common mental health disorders among adults

Mental health–3: Common mental health disorders among adults

13 December | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Mental health disorders are varied and their onset may occur at any time in life. However, it has been found that specific mental disorders occur […]