May 26, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Studying well-being science as part of their courses could improve how today’s students cope with the barrage of
Music For Children With Autism Improves Communication And Brain Connectivity
May 25, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Engaging in musical activities such as singing and playing instruments in one-on-one therapy can improve autistic children’s social
15% of Adolescents and Young Adults Have Suicidal Thoughts. Here’s Help
May 15, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team For young individuals, suicide is the second most common cause of death. That outweighs all natural causes put
How Molly Seidel became a true winner despite OCD, ADHD, and eating disorders
Fritz Seidel, Molly’s father said when Molly won the second-place medal in the Olympic Marathon Trials, “She has learned a lot and she’s been doing this for a long time now, since grade school. And as you go through portions of your career, you get smarter about your training and running and what you want to do, and she has figured that out. I hope a lot of other women do and it’s a challenge.”
Let Your Child Play Alone To Become Happier And Independent
May 11, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team According to research, the decline over decades in opportunities for children and teens to play, roam and engage
‘1 in every 100 deaths due to suicide’ – WHO
May 08, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team According to WHO’s latest estimates, suicide remains one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Every year, more
Just 12 Minutes of Music Daily Can Aid Recovery In Mental Health
May 04, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team According to a study by University of Southern Denmark Faculty of Health Sciences, just 12 minutes of binaural
Yoga boosts children’s health and psychological wellbeing
A feasibility study including children in care and their careers,’ published at The Journal of Children’s Services, found that the practice of Kundalini yoga in care homes, when both staff and children are involved, can lead to both individual and social benefits.
Harsh disciplining can have a long lasting effect on your child’s mental health
Harsh discipline from parents puts young children at greater risk of developing lasting mental health problems, new research shows. A study with over 7,500 children in Ireland found those exposed to ‘hostile’ parenting at age three were 1.5 times likelier to have ‘high risk’ mental health symptoms at age nine. Hostile parenting involves frequent harsh treatment: for example, shouting at children regularly, isolating them as a punishment, or unpredictable treatment depending on the parent’s mood.
Parents behaviour can help the child with mental health
A study reports that an entirely parent-based treatment, SPACE (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions), is as efficacious as individual cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for the treatment of childhood and adolescent anxiety disorders.
5 Tips To Heal From The “Good Child” Syndrome.
Growing up to be the good child seemed like the perfect way to be loved and adored. Hearing your parents, teachers and other significant adults label you as a good boy or good girl meant the world until it was the very thing that started to be a problem.
Here’s Why We Should Encourage Children To Reduce Their Time On Digital Devices
Findings suggest that using devices as a way to appease agitated children may especially be problematic to those who already struggle with emotional coping skills.
ASK ME: WHAT CAN WE DO TO FEEL LESS STRESSED WITH OUR 2- YR OLD CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME?
Every family has their stresses and challenges to deal with, but when you have a child with Down syndrome, things look a little different. That makes it even more important to accept help, and to pay attention to your own needs.
Sleep Keeps Teens On Track For Good Mental Health
A single night of no sleep will not stunt growth. But over the long term, a person’s growth may be affected by not getting the full amount of sleep.
Things I Wish I Had Known From Gen Z
Acknowledging that there is nothing wrong with how the old school functioned but we should always be open to accepting change and trying something better.