Eating disorders in males may not always resemble the typical pattern of efforts to slim down as observed in women’s disordered eating behavior. Cultural pressures and gender norms may give rise to different symptoms.
Date Posted: September 17, 2015
Categories: Eating Disorders, Men's IssuesGO
The World Health Organization (2012) states that a key barrier to increasing mental health services is a lack of public health leadership.
Categories: Mental Health in AsiaGO
"The plain truth is on numerous occasions we have seen ADHD symptoms disappear without medication. Public education regarding a healthy diet pattern and lifestyle to prevent or control ADHD may have greater long-term success," says Dr. Rosemond.
Categories: Child Development, Developmental Disorders (Autism, Aspergers, etc.), ...GO
New research shows that nostalgia does more than make people feel good. It also motivates people. More specifically, nostalgia inspires individuals to strive to improve their social lives.
Categories: Friendships, Relationships & MarriageGO
Experts have expressed concern about the severe shortage of mental health professionals in Hong Kong public hospitals after a mother suffering from depression jumped to her death with her 10-year-old son yesterday.
Categories: Mental Health in AsiaGO
That increasingly common end-of-day feeling: of physically leaving the office, only for it to tag along home. Thanks largely to technology, our availability - to clients, bosses and co-workers - extends into our evenings, weekends and even holidays.
Categories: Stress Management, Workplace IssuesGO
Not even close to every person who faces challenges or lives with severe depression commits suicide. Some people are more vulnerable than others.
Categories: Suicide PreventionGO
Do you get overwhelmed by your emotions? You might be going about your day, and suddenly, an interaction sparks a strong feeling. Your fight, flight or freeze response kicks in. Your heart starts pounding, your muscles tense and your breath becomes ...
Categories: Anger Management, Anxiety, Caregiver Issues / Stress, Depression, ...GO
The need to be constantly available and respond 24/7 on social media accounts can cause depression, anxiety and decrease sleep quality for teenagers says a study presented at a British Psychological Society conference in Manchester.
Categories: Anxiety, DepressionGO
Treating depressed individuals and figuring out who will and won’t respond to antidepressants is mostly trial and error, but a new study may shed some light on predicting the response of a group of depressed individuals age 60 and older.
Categories: Depression, Post Partum DepressionGO
"I really did not feel like I fitted the box." New research indicates the need for postnatal support that encompasses all mental health issues, not only postnatal depression.
Categories: Complex PTSD, Mental Health in Asia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ...GO
Watching toddlers pinch, hit and bite each other doesn't fill you with confidence about human nature. But there's no need to be down about it – the little devils don't yet have the self-control to manage their anger and frustration, that's all. ...
Categories: Aggression & Violence, Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child ...GO
The effects of parenthood on mental health are complex, but a new study published in Health Sociology Review reveals a different angle to the relationship: how a person's mental health at 16 influences whether or not he or she becomes a parent, as ...
Categories: Mental Health in Asia, Oppositional & Defiant Behavior in ...GO
Most workers will experience job stress at some point in their lives. But what effect does it have on our health? According to new research, work stress damages our health just as much as exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke.
Categories: Caregiver Issues / Stress, Stress ManagementGO
Repeated exposure to anesthesia early in life causes alterations in emotional behavior that may persist long-term, according to a study.
Categories: Child and/or Adolescent Issues, Child Development, Emotional ...GO
A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways, according to new research.