Sound healing therapy is very helpful to manage stress and depression. Sound healing therapy involves the use of music to improve a person’s emotional, physical and mental health and well-being. Sound healing therapy involves listening to music, to sing along and to dance to the rhythm and the beats of the music. It also includes […]

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Research shows that any kind of sudden emotional stress can release hormones in your body which prevents the heart from pumping normally. Hence it is a must to turn the influence of emotions on your body. This is possible with the help of yoga. Deep breathing, improved posture, and relaxation techniques can help you kick […]

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Handwriting analysis or Graphology is an ancient science that has been in use since Aristotle days. Although graphology has been used mostly in police work and forgery cases, there is more to your handwriting than just this. Handwriting is unique for every individual. Your handwriting contains clues about your health and personality. What you write […]

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Women aren’t the only ones who feel depressed and low when they welcome their newborn. A new study suggests that some fathers also experience sympathy depression during and after their spouse’s pregnancies. A study was conducted in New Zealand wherein about 6 percent of the 4,000 men involved in the study, experienced depression symptoms at […]

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How much time do you spend browsing “status updates” or friends’ pictures on Facebook? According to a new study, it is likely more than you think. Researchers have found that browsing the Internet or Facebook may distort our perception of time, with the latter having the biggest impact. Study authors Lazaros Gonidis and Dr. Dinkar […]

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Inside the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of your brain, which is part of your hypothalamus, resides your master biological clock. Based on signals of light and darkness, your SCN tells your pineal gland when it’s time to secrete melatonin, and when to turn it off. Your melatonin level inversely rises and falls with light and darkness, […]

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Every month, 1.65 billion people actively use the social media site Facebook. On average, each user spends 50 minutes using the site daily, which doesn’t sound like that much until you consider it’s more time than is spent on any other leisure activity except for watching TV.1 In the U.S., Americans spend just 19 minutes, […]

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Over the past decade depression has risen in teens, but use of medications and counseling has remained stagnant, leaving many teens with untreated depression. Depression among teenagers rose sharply over the past decade, especially among girls. At the same time, treatment for this condition has held steady, leading to what researchers say is a “growing […]

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