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Post-Traumatic Disorder In Children – Facts About It!

By Mrs. Upasana Chaddha Vij, Psychology, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD is an anxiety disorder which occurs after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic/shocking event. The incident may involve a perceived or real threat of death or injury resulting from an assault, sexual/physical abuse, a combat, a fatal accident or a natural disaster…

Stress and Anxiety in Students – Ways to Deal with It!

By Mrs. Sarita Shukla  , Psychology Gone are the days when student life was believed to be the best and carefree days of life. In today’s time, the academic pressure, the expectations of the parents and loved ones and the crazy competition to excel in everything (both academics as well as extracurricular) is…

4 Treatment Methods Of Nervous Breakdown

  By  Dr. Namit Gupta , Neurology It is common to be affected by anxiety or stress on a regular basis, but it can be managed easily. Nervous breakdown occurs when stress and anxiety accumulate to such a large extent that it has a huge wrecking impact on your life. It is a…

How To Deal With Negative Thoughts About Your Body?

By Dr. Sharath Kumar C , Sexology Are you obese and do not like how your body is? Do you get negative thoughts related to the way you look? Having a negative body image can be quite harmful for any person, as it kills your self-confidence, and can cause great distress in…

Recent study shows that obese women are more stressed

A new study finds that even educated women who are overweight are prone to a double risk of depression when compared with women of normal weight and similar educational background. Ashley Kranjac, the lead study author at the Rice University in Houston, US, said that previous study has demonstrated a…