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What is healing touch Treatment options

29th April 2013
Healing Touch is often a soothing, nurturing energy therapy which has been developed by Janet Mentgen, RN, BSN in the course of her nursing career. It entails the employment of a delicate touch to assist in managing out your actual physical, internal, emo... Read >
Author: Jonathan Olson

Tips And Advice To Educate On Depression

24th August 2012
Although it may not seem like it now, there is a silver lining surrounding that cloud of depression. For as gloomy and as pointless as things seem now, depression is not only treatable but actually curable. Learn how to ditch that depression by using the ... Read >
Author: Leigh

Chakra healing for depression

16th May 2011
Depression treatment by chakra healing is dependent upon the signs of depression covering every kind of mood disorders it is making an attempt to heal which may switch with the types of melancholy comprising major depression or clinical depression, bipola... Read >
Author: Alan Bushman

Mind Tripping: Common Psychoactive Medications Used in the Treatment of Psychological Disorders

22nd August 2010
Among the sub-disciplines under the fields of medicine and science, the most dynamic areas include the studies on "diseases of the mind." This is not so much caused by neglect, but by a lack of true understanding of the basic goings-on of the brain and th... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

The Most Common Modern-Day Mental Health Disorders

26th March 2010
Statistics about mental health problems are now becoming more increasingly alarming. The key factors in the apparent rise in mental health cases have not yet been fully determined. In fact, authorities may have released inaccurate figures since people ten... Read >
Author: Geraldo Bowers

Some of the World's Famous People with Schizophrenia

27th November 2009
Schizophrenia by definition is a mental disorder that is exemplified by abnormal expressions and perceptions of reality. Auditory hallucinations, odd delusions and a lack of organization in thoughts and speech, describes this disorder. Neurobiology, genet... Read >
Author: steve magill

The Characteristics Of Bipolar Disorder

27th March 2009
Bipolar disorder in psychiatry is a medical diagnosis which refers to mania (mixed states or hypomania) alternated with euthymic or depressed mood (clinical depression) within a specific duration of time. Compared to ups and downs experienced by normal p... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Being Able To Detect Mental Illnesses

01st April 2008
Mental illnesses are biological brain disorders that many people suffer from, through no fault of their own. They cannot be wished away or combated through will power. While there are very real stigmas associated with these illnesses, the best way to get ... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Depression: A Social Disease

12th January 2007
Clinical depression can be thought of as in part a social illness.Any serious illness affects more than the sick person.If you have, for example, heart disease,then withdrawal of your self from the social world(work, family life, friends and relatives) is... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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