Mental health

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What is a mental health assessment and how to carry it out yourself?
It hasn’t been long since people started to speak about mental health, and World Mental Health Day has been celebrated only since 1992. However, it is as important as physical health. So how can you evaluate and improve your mental health indicators?
How to create positive thinking and strengthen your self-confidence
Positive thinking allows a person not only withstand life’s hardships but also create a new reality. It proceeds from the fact that a thought is primary and charged with energy that is enough to change the personality, attract all the best to your life and fulfil your most cherished desires.
Why we sleep and what is happening in our body at night
Almost a third of our life do we spend sleeping. Rest is a very important component of a successful life, and a lack of it even for several days can seriously affect human health. Why do we need to sleep and to which extent?
Non-invasive neurotechnology can help treat the symptoms of insomnia — WFBH
People with chronic insomnia constantly suffer from lack of sleep. Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Health believe that the symptoms of insomnia can be alleviated by “listening” to our own brainwaves. The approach implies using closed-loop acoustic stimulation neurotechnology.
Insomnia triggers type 2 diabetes (T2D) - a new study
Diabetologia journal published a list of risk factors for type 2 diabetes. In total, 34 factors were identified, of which 19 increase and 15 reduce the risk of developing the disease. Another 21 factors were recognized as potential ones. It was shown that insomnia is one of the factors contributing to diabetes.
How to manage stress and don’t be intimidated by it
In the modern world there exist plenty of reasons to be concerned. It is not surprising that at some point the stress just becomes too much and seems to be impossible to overcome. Is it manageable and whether it’s feasible to deal with stress without consequences?