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Pinpointing a Panic Attack Onset

Pinpointing a panic attack onset

An estimated 2.7 percent of American adults experience a panic attack in a given year, and nearly 5 percent of people experience panic attacks in their lives. Panic attacks are more common than we previously thought, and may still be underdiagnosed in men. Unlike generalized anxiety or a case of phobia, a panic attack is an acute…

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Inpatient Care for Mental Health: What to Expect

Inpatient care for mental health: What to expect

Inpatient care for mental health is available in the form of specialized clinics and residential treatment centers that provide patients with a place to stay during their treatment. Inpatient facilities are usually reserved for cases where self-harm is imminent, or where safety at home is not a foregone conclusion. Inpatient care facilities may be more clinical…

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Untreated ADHD in Adults: What are the Risks?

Untreated adhd in adults: what are the risks

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental health condition with a long and controversial history, especially in recent times. Often considered over-diagnosed or overmedicated, ADHD is a condition that has grown steeply in diagnostic rates among children over the last two decades, with dramatic headlines about ADHD epidemics, long-term effects of ADHD, untreated ADHD in adults,…

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The Link Between Food and Mental Health

The link between food and mental health

There are few topics of scientific interest that are as ubiquitously vital to our everyday lives and as mired by myths and misinformation as diets and nutrition are or the link between food and mental health. Despite meals being a facet of every human’s life, our understanding of food and the way it interacts with…

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Mental Health Trauma from Mass School Violence

Trauma from Mass School Violence - Amend

On May 24, 19 children and two adults were killed and 16 injured during the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. It was the deadliest school shooting since the Sandy Hook school shooting. As school shootings sadly become more commonplace in the United States, it’s important to consider how these sad events…

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Finding Inner Peace with Therapy for Mental Health

therapy for mental health

Mental health treatment or therapy for mental health is usually associated with overcoming illness rather than the pursuit of happiness. Yet most therapeutic methods and forms of talk therapy aren’t just first-line treatments for established psychiatric disorders but can also help functioning adults learn to better manage and improve emotional health and physical health, reprioritize their…

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Group Therapy vs Individual Therapy: Which is Best?

Group therapy vs individual therapy: Which is best

Group therapy and individual therapy are two sides of a many-sided therapeutic die. But that does not mean they are wholly equivalent. So, which is the best option when seeking mental health treatment? Let’s find out with a comparison of group therapy vs individual therapy treatment modalities. Understanding Both Types of Therapy Understanding the use…

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Why is Therapy Important for Mental Health?

Why is therapy important for mental health

When discussing mental health and mental health treatments, therapy comes up more often than any other treatment modality. But why is therapy important for mental health? Why is Therapy Important for Mental Health? We know from decades of research and reiteration that therapy is effective and will continue to play a role in the treatment…

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How to Improve Your Mental and Emotional Health

How to improve your mental and emotional health

Mental health issues seem to be on a rise, making it more important than ever to cherish and manage one’s well-being by learning how to improve your mental and emotional health. But what does that entail? For most people, mental health is an afterthought or a marker of overall well-being at best. And while the…

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How To Treat Major Depressive Disorder

How to treat major depressive disorder

Over 8 percent of adults in the US struggle with major depressive disorder, representing over 20 million individuals. More than feeling sad, major depressive disorder or clinical depression is a diagnosed mental health condition characterized by recurring and consistent feelings of hopelessness, low mood, and low self-worth. Is there an easy way to how to…

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