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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Anger Anger Management Anger Control Controlling Anger

Anger: a natural and healthy emotion Anger is a basic and healthy human emotion. It is humans’ natural reaction to situations that threaten their physical, emotional or mental well-being. Compared to fear, which is the other natural emotional response to threat and danger, getting angry has long played an evolutionary …

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Can Mental Health Problems be Healed by Spirituality alone

Some people say that psychology is the ruling religion in America, and that psychologists serve as modern priests. Their function is to free us from guilt, and to guide us to a higher mental state, a sort of self-directed and responsible bliss. People who say this have never been to …

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Vitamins and Overdose Symptoms of Vitamin Poisoning

Vitamins are good for your body, but like all things in life too much of a good thing can have serious consequences. It is easy to ingest copious amounts of vitamins without thinking about it twice. The problem is that taking a dose that is higher than recommended can really damage your body. …

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Best Depression Books

Fortunately, we live in a time when depression is considered a treatable medical condition and not a personality flaw that you should keep quiet about.  Unfortunately, this means books about depression have been flooding library and bookstore shelves since the 1990’s.  Beware of any book that claims that there is …

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Mental Illness History Disorders Psychotic Delusion Behavior Bi Polar Disability Dementia

MENTAL ILLNESS Mental illness is a concept in psychiatry and other mental health professions referring to mental abnormality associated with distress and/or dysfunction. This can involve cognitive, emotional or behavioral impairments. This paper will attempt to further examine the topic of mental illness as well as explain some of the …

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Abortio Medical Facts

Abortion has quickly become a controversial topic and is widely used by many young women because they think that it is an easy solution to a very difficult situation; raising a child is not easy. Recent surveys have shown that about 65% of women have felt that they were force …

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Symptoms and Treatments of Schilders Disease

Schilder’s disease is a rare central nervous system that affects children and young adults. It is a demyelinating condition, which means it destroys the myelin sheath of a nerve fiber. Through studies, it has been found that the destruction of the myelin sheaths of the nerve fibers occur in an …

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Diet Soda and Stroke Risk

It’s not the best news for soda drinkers. But results from research carried out by the University of Miami, appear to suggest that drinking soda could put people at higher risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as a heart attack or stroke. Although diet sodas may help preserve the waistline, those …

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Bath Bath Therapu Walk in Tub Therapy Relaxation Therapy for Stressed Muscles

Walk in a tub is a latest and exciting way of taking advantage of bathing. Bathing is a complete new experience with this special type of home gear. The arrangement remains a personal achievement throughout the use of the therapy. It maintains all the guidelines of safety, provides luxury and …

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How a Disciplined Approach to Eating can help you Lose Weight

Taking a disciplined approach to eating can clearly help you lose weight as it gets you to consider when you eat during the day, as well as what exactly it is that you eat and how much. It is failing to watch what you eat that generally leads to a …

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