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?
What causes procrastination and how to beat it without professional help?
Procrastination is sometimes called the "plague of the 21st century", although this phenomenon was already known in ancient times and was simply associated with laziness. The habit of procrastinating usually has deep psychological reasons and can lead to a variety of unnecessary problems in everyday life.
Mental health and COVID-19 — how to reduce the stress
The coronavirus pandemic is not slowing down yet. While in some European countries medical specialists are preparing for the autumn "second wave" of COVID-19, the number of cases in the United States has exceeded 6 million. So how to strengthen our fragile mental health during this stressful period and minimize the effects of the “September blues” and anxious anticipation of the possible lockdown?
How to fall asleep quickly? Tips and techniques for everyone
Many people have troubles falling asleep quickly. They are constantly tossing and turning in bed anxiously thinking about the events that happened with them during the day and replaying the conversations they have had. Perhaps, you also find yourself in similar situations quite often. How can you help yourself to fall into a deep sleep faster?
Doomscrolling during COVID-19 has considerably affected sleep — expert opinion
Active scrolling through the information about COVID-19 has adversely affected the mental state of young people during the lockdown. The feeling of despair caused by reading the news exacerbated stress and insomnia.