Neurodiversity- A Space Of Acceptance Of Brain Development Differences

What do physicist Alber Einstein, artist Vincent Van Gogh, author F. Scott Fitzgerald, and chemist Marie Curie have in common? They were all neurodivergent, based on the evidence of their lives. In other words, their brains worked in unique ways. We have often seen children developing in different ways. Some struggle with mathematics while others … Read more

Immune System Plays An Important Role in Development Of Mental Disorders

There is a close relationship between body and brain. If the body stays healthy, mental health is also maintained and visa versa. A new study shows that the infections children contract during their childhood are linked to an increase in the risk of mental disorders during childhood and adolescence. This knowledge expands our understanding of … Read more

The Right Exercise Routine In Cancer Recovery

Exercise is an important of cancer recovery and prevention. Exercising during and after cancer treatment improves fatigue, anxiety, depression, physical function, quality of life and does not exacerbate lymphedema. According to the new guidelines based on research, cancer survivors should perform aerobic and resistance training for approximately 30 minutes per session, three times a week, … Read more

Fragrances help heal mind, win hearts!

Imagine, stepping into a delicately lit room, where flickering candles are emanating a comforting fragrance and as you take a deep inhalation you experience a profound sense of peace. The realm of scents has the power to unlock emotions, evoke memories, and transport us to a place of serenity. Scents offer a delightful and effective … Read more

Psorasis Is Not Contagious; Study Measures Myths And Stigma Around The Disease

The skin disease psoriasis is not contagious. Myths and Stigma associated with the disease psoriasis has led people to avoid social interaction and relationships with patients, including not wanting to date, shake hands, or have people in their homes if they suffer from the disease. For the first time, new multidisciplinary research from the Perelman … Read more

The Power of Gratitude Journaling for Autoimmune Health

Let’s face it—modern life is a mixed bag. On one hand, technology has made everything convenient. On the other, the pace of life has amped up stress levels, while our health often takes a backseat. Enter the gratitude journal, a seemingly unassuming notebook that can be a game-changer for your mental well-being and even, believe … Read more

Depression Can Now Be Classified And Treated Differently

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

Failing To Lose Weight? – Have You Looked At The Emotional Aspect Of Your Food?

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

Children Can Keep Away From Status-related Bias If The Structure Is Explained Specifically

Explanations shape a child’s world. Children’s perception of status-related bias and response to inequality is influenced by the way causes are explained to them. According to a new study by a group of psychologists, perception of inequality may be influenced by how reasons are communicated to them. The study shares insight into the factors that … Read more

Want to build resilience in your kids? Give them creative training

September 08, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Parents always have a concern about making their children resilient and strong enough to face life’s problems. Here’s the key, creativity lessons during their early school years cultivates their resilience to face real-life problems more smoothly. In a short study, researchers taught students in third, fourth, and fifth … Read more

Constantly in pain? This technique can help

September 06, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team We often live with pain. Lower back pain, knee pain, cervical pain, headaches. Fatigue and pain go hand-in-hand. But now science has found this technique to release all kinds of pain and make you feel better. A Study found that Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programs benefit participants with … Read more

Nightmares And Irregular Sleep Patterns In Young Children Associated With Mental Health Issues In Their Teens

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

Family And Friends Are Your Mental Health Shields!

Youth who perceive that they have someone to rely on, report better mental health outcomes. Researchers found that perceived social support during early adulthood, which is marked by major changes in social roles, can help with mental health problems. The team of McGill University led by Marie-Claude Geoffroy, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational … Read more

Pursuit Of Happiness Through Hobbies

Simple pleasures in life hold the key to forging a more resilient, peaceful, and fulfilled life. However, our mental well-being can be impacted by many different things, from life-changing events to everyday tasks. While there are many methods, we may use to actively improve our mental health, an often-overlooked factor is spending time on an … Read more

A History of Childhood Adversity Or Suffering Alters Judgment

Our perception or judgment about a person can change upon discovering their history of childhood adversity or suffering. Researchers discovered the reason why someone’s childhood adversity influences how others judge their behaviour. According to Philip Robbins, associate professor and department chair of philosophy, these findings add to the growing body of evidence that suggests judgments … Read more