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Sleep deprivation and its association with amplified negative emotions

 

Sleep deprivation and its association with amplified negative emotions

Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury

Tags: Sleep deprivation, Anxiety, Depression, Mood disorders

 

No matter where you are or what you do, escaping those one or two sleepless nights may seem inevitable! In fact, a latest study claims that 1 in 3 people in the United States does not get proper […]

Functional Medicine for Depression: Could Functional Medicine be the Ultimate Solution?

By Ishtiak Ahmed Chowdhury

Tags: Functional medicine for depression, Functional medicine, Depression, Mental health, Major depressive disorder, SSRI, DSM-V, TSH, Gut microbiome

A latest report released by Mental Health America (MHA) in 2021 states that around 10 percent of the youth population in the United States suffer from severe major depression. Additionally, based on a 2016 study, […]

By |September 24th, 2021|Depression, Health and Wellness, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mental Health and COVID-19: How to Talk to Teens About it

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had an affect on the mental health of adults, children, and teenagers. Socialization with friends and peers has been limited because of the quarantine, causing many teenagers to feel isolated and withdrawn. Now that teenagers are returning to school, the affect of COVID-19 on their mental health is even more apparent. […]

Preventing Isolation in a time of Social Distancing

 Loneliness During a Pandemic
Over the past few months, we’ve heard the term ‘social distancing’ and the importance of keeping a 6-foot distance from others, to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. Many of us have practiced social distancing to keep ourselves, our families, and others safe. Some have had to adhere to social distancing […]

Taking Care of Ourselves

In today’s society, people’s identities are shaped by how many hours they work or how few days they take off. In this paradigm, we lose sight of what really matters… Taking care of ourselves. We live to work instead of work to live. Now.. take a moment & think to yourself, Why do I usually […]

The Inflamed Mind

The book The Inflamed Mind, by Edward Bullmore, a London psychiatrist, published in 2018, explains how inflammation may be the cause of depression. He reminds us that research has never proven that a deficit of serotonin is the cause of depression. A biomarker is a measurement of a biological function or a biochemical in a […]

By |May 31st, 2019|Depression|0 Comments

Forgiveness: Should I Forgive or Not Forgive?

What is forgiveness?

Forgiveness is a conscious decision to let go of feelings of anger or resentment harbored toward a person who has committed a wrong.

•    When forgiving, it is not necessary that one also reconciles with the offender who caused hurt or harm.  It is possible to forgive someone without minimizing or denying the offense committed.
•    When […]

By |March 23rd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments