Behavioral Health

7 self-care practices for behavioral problems amid Christmas fever

With Christmas knocking at the door, it is time to soak in the festival fervor and make the most of the holiday season concluding with the arrival of New Year. Amid the festivities of a fun-filled week, people with mental health problems tend to skip self-care in the list of priorities. Chances are high that […]

People with mental problems struggle to get timely and affordable treatment, says study
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Treatment of mental problems is still a distant dream for many patients in the United States. The country is reeling under mental and behavioral health crises, and those suffering from psychiatric problems are struggling to receive timely and affordable treatment, revealed a study, published recently by consulting firm Milliman. The findings of the study suggested […]

Worrying about debt affecting mental health of Americans
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It is quite natural to worry about things like rising cost of living, education of children, liabilities, old age and inflation. Those who have liabilities like loans for car or house are burdened with yet another fear, that of the creditor breathing down their necks. A recent survey by the American Institute of Certified Public […]

You can’t always sing away the blues: Mental health crisis in the music industry
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Following the recent suicide of Chester Charles Bennington of Linkin Park, and Chris Cornell, lead vocalist of the rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, many in the music industry have come forward to openly discuss the mental health issues afflicting artists as well as other people. Bennington knew his demons well and openly talked about his […]

National Happiness Happens Day: Tips to be happy and productive at work
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Work plays a crucial role in people’s life. Some people are able to follow their passion and make a career out of it while others choose to work for money and to reach the top of the corporate ladder. However, no matter what the motivation to work, productivity issues can affect anyone. Though work productivity […]

Florida legislators call for more mental health funding … but state ranks low
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In the wake of the Jan. 6 Fort Lauderdale airport shooting, a debate has been reignited over firearms and the mentally ill. Not long after the shooting, which left five people dead, Florida’s Democratic state legislators held a press conference in Tallahassee during which they argued for gun control laws and increased mental health funding. […]

Nurturing children prevents risky behaviors
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Children are like play dough. Their minds and spirits are constantly molded by people, experiences and their environment. They can become stiff from being left out in the cold and they become soft and moldable when shown love. How children are raised is one of the biggest determining factors of whether they will be involved […]

The spotlight effect, social anxiety and surviving mistakes

All of us know what it’s like to make a social blunder, whether that blunder involves mispronouncing a word, tripping over our feet or forgetting the name of an acquaintance. Most of us also know what it’s like to lie in bed at night, replaying a years-old mistake and cringing inwardly at our (real or […]

What’s your hobby? – Studies prove hobbies boost mental health
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In her book “Overwhelmed: Work, Love and Play When No One Has Time,” author and Washington Post contributor Brigid Schulte speaks to the fast-paced, work-oriented schedule many have adopted. She denotes the phrase “I’m too busy” as a modern-day badge of honor that indicates importance and virtue. While this may hold true in the digital […]

World Mental Health Day: What are mental health problems?

Mental illness, just like physical illness, covers a wide range of conditions with varying degrees of severity. More than 60 million Americans suffer from mental illness in any given year. Mental illness is a disease of the brain that causes disruptions in thinking and behavior. In many cases, mental illness causes an inability to cope […]

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