Have you wondered why most of the time the diet and exercise programs that we get on, to lose weight, do not really give results? Well, most of us focus on the physical aspect of weight loss and not the emotional aspect connected with food and exercise. When one can take emotion out of the … Read more
I remember when I was a child, my mother used to put the song Mohe panghat pe nand lal chhed gayo re from Mughal-e-Azam (she was a diehard Dilip Kumar fan) and I had just begun learning Kathak (Indian classical dance form). So every Janmashtami, this song would be in my head and I would … Read more
Infants and young children who experience irregular sleep routines and frequently wake up at night are likely to be associated with mental health issues during their teenage years. Researchers from the School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham examined questionnaire data from the UK-based Children of the 90s longitudinal research, which was founded almost … Read more
Higher takeaway and fast-food consumption cause major depressive symptoms as compared to those who do have access to as many fast-food outlets. Researchers, in a study on an island in Australia, concluded that a healthy diet not only boosts physical health but also mental health and well-being. Through an unusual experiment, Researchers from James Cook … Read more
Mushrooms have several health benefits. These superfoods not only reduce the chance of cancer and early death, but new research suggests they may also be good for one’s mental health. Data on nutrition and mental health from more than 24,000 American people was used by Penn State College of Medicine researchers between 2005 and 2016. … Read more
In the fast-paced world we live in today, it’s easy to fall into the trap of mindless eating. We often find ourselves gobbling down meals while multitasking, barely registering the taste and texture of the food. And let’s not even get started on those sneaky snacks we consume out of boredom or stress! No wonder … Read more
According to the World Health Organization, 80% of all heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes as well as 40% of all cancer diagnoses are preventable with proper risk-factor management via lifestyle interventions. Furthermore, the fundamental cause of mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety may be rooted in lifestyle patterns.
A survey of 428 persons was conducted to examine the association between their consumption of fruits and vegetables, as well as sweet and savoury food snacks, and their psychological well-being. The more frequently persons ate fruit, the lower their depression score and the better their mental well-being score.
It’s common knowledge that eating too much sugar is hazardous for your health. It’s logical to wonder if soda with added sugar or sweetener is also harmful to your mental health. Although research on the involvement of regular and diet sodas in depression is still in its early stages, it may cause you to reconsider your next can of soda.
June 29, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Scientific research has shown that music can influence physiological processes that enhance physical and mental well-being. Studies on individuals with mental problems have revealed a discernible improvement in their mental health following therapies that used music as the main method. Other studies have shown that listening to music … Read more
June 26, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Increased consumption of flavanols, a class of chemicals found naturally in fruit and vegetables, may shield people from cardiovascular events brought on by mental stress, including stroke, heart disease, and thrombosis, suggests new research. Researchers have shown that giving them a cocoa drink high in flavanols helped their … Read more
June 19, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team June 21 is International Yoga Day. All of this week, we are celebrating the positive impact of yoga on mental health. All our research articles and features will bring you these scientific insights. Yoga is linked to better body image, self-compassion, and mindfulness, all of which are linked … Read more
June 16, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team. Children who eat a better diet, packed with fruit and vegetables, have better mental well-being — according to new research from the University of East Anglia. The investigation of the relationship between breakfast and lunch preferences, intake of fruits and vegetables, and mental health in UK schoolchildren is … Read more
June 15, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Meal timing influences mood vulnerability. Eating at nighttime increases depression and anxiety levels versus eating only during the daytime. The time of meals may have an impact on mental health, including levels of depression and anxiety-related mood, according to a new Brigham and Women’s Hospital study. A study … Read more