Month: May 2018

Tips to Help Maintain Relationships With Depression

Originally found on https://headsupguys.org/tips-maintaining-healthy-relationships-fighting-depression/ Without the right approach, depression can take a toll on intimate relationships, making both partners feel disconnected. Don’t let depression rob you of one of the most important things that can help fight depression – the support of a partner. Here are some tips that can help bring you closer: BE OPEN…

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Women May Be Affected More by Sleep Disorders

Originally found on https://psychcentral.com/news/2017/05/23/sleep-disorders-may-hit-women-harder/120956.html New research suggests sleep disorders affect men and women differently. Investigators determined women are more likely than men to have more severe symptoms of depression, trouble sleeping at night, and excessive daytime sleepiness. Investigators also found that women have a higher degree of difficulty concentrating and remembering things due to sleepiness or tiredness. In contrast,…

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Determining the Quality of Your Sleep

Originally found on https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319525.php After tossing and turning for what seems like hours, you come to terms with the fact that it’ll be another sleepless night. But how can we tell if we’ve had a good night’s sleep or not? The Medical News Today editorial office is a melting pot of sleep issues. Whether caused by hormonal changes, anxiety, or…

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Overview of Social Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Originally found on https://psychcentral.com/disorders/anxiety/social-anxiety-disorder-symptoms/ Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, is an intense fear of becoming extremely anxious and possibly humiliated in social situations — specifically of embarrassing yourself in front of other people. A person who suffers from social anxiety tends to think that other people are far better at public speaking, or hanging out…

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