So far depression could be clubbed into different types, however, it has not led to better treatment outcomes. Depression can now be classified into two specific brain clusters and can be treated differently by transcranial magnetic brain stimulation (TMS), say researchers. In patients who received transcranial magnetic brain stimulation (TMS) for the treatment of depression, … Read more
May 05, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team According to research from Ohio State University, people suffering from symptoms of depression or anxiety may help heal themselves by doing good deeds for others. The study found that performing acts of kindness led to improvements not seen in two other therapeutic techniques used to treat depression or … Read more
May 04, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team According to research published by American Psychological Association, the percentage of young Americans experiencing certain types of mental health disorders has risen significantly over the past decade, with no corresponding increase in older adults. Shift in mood disorders more prevalent in young adults “More U.S. adolescents and young … Read more
How to manage my mental health? This is one of the most searched question in todays fast paced world, where every person is struggling to manage their mental health. A research published by the University of South Australia, are calling for exercise to be a mainstay approach for managing depression as a new study shows … Read more
As teachers, parents or guardians of young minds, it is up to us to pick up on children’s low moods. Observing a child’s behaviour and taking the right steps at the right time can prevent and protect a child from mental distress. Kavita Upadhyay, student counselor and expert mental health practitioner advises on the best approach to take when dealing with low moods in children.
Persons living with treatment resistant depression could be at risk of developing autoimmune conditions. Published by Translational Psychiatry, the study tested for the association between treatment resistant depression (TRD) with the onset of autoimmune diseases. The authors discuss important implications and steps to be taken that may prevent and protect those living with treatment resistant depression. They also emphasise the differences between men and women in developing autoimmune conditions.