Depression as Marketing – Influencers and Mental Health

Depression as Marketing - Influencers and Mental Health

GET FREE FOLOWERS TIKTOK GET FREE INSTAGRAM TIKTOK GET GIFT CARD AMAZON GET GIFT CARD GOOGLE PLAY It’s important for influencers and celebrities to talk about mental health online, but it can turn problematic when used as a marketing tool. Georgievich | E + | Getty Images Open conversations about mental health are as important … Read more

Long-term COVID symptoms were exacerbated by stressful events

Study: Life stressors significantly impact long-term outcomes and post-acute symptoms 12-months after COVID-19 hospitalization. Image Credit: / Shutterstock

A recent study published in Journal of Neuroscience reported that life stressors affect post-acute symptoms and long-term outcomes after hospitalization for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Acute consequences of COVID-19 (PASC) are observed in 25% to 69% of non-hospitalized patients and 33% to 90% of hospitalized patients. Variable prevalence could stem from differences in study design, … Read more

How do you know the difference between sadness and depression?

How do you know the difference between sadness and depression?

Given how we use the words “sadness” and “depression” in everyday life and in pop culture, it can be difficult to distinguish one from the other. Although they may look the same, they are not. Experts say it’s like comparing one star to a constellation. Understand what separates sadness from depression Important, because it can … Read more

The study showed that a third of people at risk of developing mental health problems can avoid them through regular exercise

Research suggests that regular exercise can reduce depression and anxiety diagnoses

Can exercise stop one in three cases of depression? The study showed that a third of people at risk of developing mental health problems can avoid them through regular exercise Research suggests that moving can reduce the risk of depression and anxiety 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week can reduce risk by nearly 19 … Read more

The study showed that a third of people at risk of developing mental health problems can avoid them through regular exercise

Research suggests that regular exercise can reduce depression and anxiety diagnoses

Can exercise stop one in three cases of depression? The study showed that a third of people at risk of developing mental health problems can avoid them through regular exercise Research suggests that moving can reduce the risk of depression and anxiety 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week can reduce risk by nearly 19 … Read more

HRT ‘makes women depressed’: Women who use patches, gels and pills are up to twice as much.

Researchers in Denmark have monitored nearly 800,000 middle-aged women for more than a decade.  They found that those taking HRT were twice as likely to develop depression, compared to those not taking the tablets, patches, and gels.

A controversial study has found that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may carry a risk of depression. Researchers in Denmark have monitored nearly 800,000 menopausal women for more than a decade. Women taking HRT were twice as likely to develop depression as women not taking the pills, patches, and gels. The results also showed that the … Read more

How to overcome the sad winter syndrome

How to overcome the sad winter syndrome

She explains that brain chemicals play a role, too. “Serotonin is a chemical messenger that works with nerve cells. It is sometimes known as the ‘happy chemical,’ but it also affects sleep health, bone health, digestion, and wound healing. And less sunlight can cause the level of serotonin to drop.” Melatonin, a hormone produced by … Read more