Is Your Anger Affecting the Baby

"I feel like a psycho, it takes so much of my part to control it. I've never felt this angry in my life. I feel like punching/hurting someone ( I haven't, like I said I control myself ) but it physically hurts to keep it in" These are the words of Dalinajimenez, pregnant and calling out for help. Read on....

 

Exercise Benefits for Those Suffering from Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a medical illness marked by alternating periods of elation and depression. While medications and psychotherapy are usually recommended to treat bipolar disorder, there are additional steps a person can take to improve their condition. Read on....

 

Magic Wand for Teenagers to do Away with Depression

The estimated rates of major depressive disorder jump from 2 to 4 percent in pre-adolescent children to 10 to 20 percent by late adolescence, an alarming rise.

The first sign of depression is change in “level of function.” For instance, if a girl used to perform well in school/college and suddenly flunks in class, he or she may need extra care and attention.
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Stress: a factor in abdominal weight gain

It is true that positive stressors can be good for us and good for our nervous system. It is only when the stress is too extreme, too prolonged, inappropriate to the challenge or accompanied by strong negative emotions like fear that the stress load gets unmanageable. Read on....

 
 

Kundali Yoga to fight stress

It is true that positive stressors can be good for us and good for our nervous system. It is only when the stress is too extreme, too prolonged, inappropriate to the challenge or accompanied by strong negative emotions like fear that the stress load gets unmanageable. Read on....

 
 

Yoga for a strong Immune System

If the immune system is weak, the bacteria can go into the lungs and cause bronchitis or pneumonia. Viruses go deeper into the system, causing chills, fever or pain and aching in the joints. Here are 6 yoga postures that should be practiced on a regular basis to build a strong immunity. Read on....

 
 

Top 10 Ways of Dealing with Stress

The word Stress is used to describe both external events that make demand on us and the internal responses they trigger. In fact, stress is the body's general response to any demand made on it, regardless of whether that demand is pleasant or unpleasant, or whether it is emotional or physical. Read on....

 
 

De-fusing Anger with yoga

Anger comes in several forms, including outrage, frustration, jealousy, resentment, fury, and hatred. It also masquerades as judgment, criticism, and even boredom. Like all emotions, it is a complex, ever-shifting state involving thoughts, feelings, and bodily changes Read on....

 
 

ANGER: learning to control the volcano within

Anger can be described a consequential behavior  of many causes such as cognitive, social/or behavioral models that we have learned from others, the lack of social skills and problem solving strategies, and several biological factors. Read on....

 
 

Stress Management

The word Stress is used to describe both external events that make demand on us and the internal responses they trigger. In fact, stress is the body's general response to any demand made on it, regardless of whether that demand is pleasant or unpleasant, or whether it is emotional or physical. Read on....

 
 

Yoga & Stress

Stress has been described over or lack of stimuli. Too little can lead to depression, lethargy, feelings of being devalued and lack of focus. Conversely, too much stress can lead to exhaustion "burn out" or even "nervous breakdown". Yoga, on the other hand minimizes impact of stress on the individual. Read on....

 
 

Postpartum Depression Quiz

Have you recently given birth? Are you feeling exhausted, anxious, depressed, or just not yourself? If you are you are not alone. Many women are not prepared for the wide range of emotions they may experience after the birth of a child. They often feel sadness, anger, anxiety, or a sense of inadequacy. Take the quiz. Read on....

 
 

Rate your Stress Level

People have different personality traits and sometimes these can become sufficiently exaggerated to be classified as a disorder. The eight questions below may be a guide to helps you to judge how well you cope with the stress of everyday life. Some surroundings are more stressful than other. Read on....