Symptoms of Schizophrenia+Natural Ways to Help Schizophrenia

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Of the psychiatric diagnoses in our modern world, schizophrenia holds a particularly infamous position. The symptoms of schizophrenia are thought by many to be debilitating,...

Serotonin: Why You Need It and How to Boost Levels Naturally

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Do you know that serotonin plays a role in virtually all human behavioral processes? From your emotions to digestion and motor skills, this forceful...

Harder to Be Happy with Forward Head Posture? It’s True

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Thanks in no small part to a reliance on and addiction to technology, a sedentary lifestyle has become the norm. As a result, good...

The 4-Day Work Week: Could It Work In the U.S.?

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The buzz is surrounding Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s remarks on a shorter workweek set off a firestorm of debate. And although Finland announced it...

What Is Eustress and Why Is It Good For You?

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The term eustress was coined in the 1970s by an endocrinologist named Hans Selye, who combined the Greek prefix EU- (meaning “good”) with stress. Eustress,...

How I Stopped Binge Eating and Started Living

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Most people have experienced overeating or emotional eating at some time in their life. Sometimes it’s a lighthearted occurrence like mindlessly eating a whole...

Benefits of Mindfulness Meditation + How to Get Started

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Apps that provide guided meditations have quickly become some of the most downloaded apps in the world. According to the Wall Street Journal, the meditation...

The Chemical Imbalance Theory … Or Is It a Myth?

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Throughout the checkered history of psychotropic drugs, one theory has been perpetuated: Many people believe means that the risks still outweigh the benefits of these...

EMDR Therapy for Anxiety, PTSD and More: 5 Potential Benefits

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EMDR therapy‚ which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, was invented in the late 1980s by a psychologist named Francine Shapiro, who was...

The Procrastination Problem: Does It Affect You? (Plus How to Fix...

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We’ve all done it — delayed a task for hours or days, even though we knew we’d be better off doing it sooner. For example,...