Day: February 17, 2021

How Medication May Help Treat Eating Disorders

Medications Used to Treat Eating Disorders

How Do Work Breaks Help Your Brain? | 5 Surprising Answers

Source: Image by Geralt, CC0, pixabay.com. Have you ever gotten stumped by a problem, decided to take a break, and then later found that the answer magically came to you in a burst of inspiration? If so, you know the power of strategic breaks to refresh your brain and help you see a situation in a…

What Is Mental Wellbeing? | Definition and Examples

Mental wellbeing is an integral part of our overall health. Society often thinks of health as something biological and physical: the condition of our bodies, how healthy we eat, the physical exercise we do. A key component of health is missing from this, though. It’s mental wellbeing, which encompasses our inner workings and the way…

New Studies Show Just How Bad Social Media is For Your Mental Health

Some people may be starting to come to grips with the fact that social media isn’t so great for mental health. Others may think that getting on it will give them a boost—but especially depending on how you spend your time on it, you may well feel worse after using. Plenty of studies have found correlations between higher social media…

Epilepsy and Psychological Disorders

Epilepsy is not a mental illness. In fact, the vast majority of people living with epilepsy have no cognitive or psychological problem. For the most part, psychological issues in epilepsy are limited to people with severe and uncontrolled epilepsy. Epilepsy and Intellectual Disability Epilepsy itself does not cause severe intellectual problems, but the two can…

Impact of social media on children faces fresh scrutiny

Barely a day goes by without concerns being raised about the effect of social media on children’s mental health. Now a study aims to delve behind the headlines to ascertain whether it has been unfairly vilified.By analysing data from a longitudinal survey of 40,000 households, researchers from Portsmouth and Sheffield universities hope to identify the…

Social media and young people’s mental health

Post date 9 May 2016 Twin Design / Shutterstock.com In this blog, Brayan Herrera, a year 12 student who has been on placement with Mental Health Foundations Policy and Research team from Haggerston School, East London, as part of the Inspire Initiative, discusses the positive and negative impacts of social media on young peoples mental…

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