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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Music Therapy uses your ability to connect to music and alleviate your emotional state of mind. Music therapy facilitates positive changes in the communication between the therapist and the patient through live musical interaction. This helps improve the self-confidence of the patient and makes you more empathetic towards others’ needs while generating a sense of […]

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A healthy brain needs nutrition to survive. Without good and proper nutrition, your memory, concentration and reasoning ability can get affected. You may not realise it, but many foods that you eat could be doing much harm than you think. Try including the following foods in your daily meals for better brain functioning. 1. Spinach […]

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1. Avoid – Although its necessary to handle a stressful situation tactfully, you may be surprised by the number of stressors that can be avoided. Learn to say ‘no’ and stick to it. Stay within your limits and don’t try to push yourself. Taking on more than you can handle is a definite cause for […]

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1. Maintain a record of all the treatment options and medications that you try and how your child responds to them. 2. The lack of ability to communicate makes the individual with ASD display an undesirable behaviour. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is a method which replaces speech or written form of communication. When the […]

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Owing to the present work pressure and unhealthy food habits, you may find it hard to focus on your work. Losing focus occasionally is okay, but if you are struggling with this problem continuously, you may need to watch what you eat. There are certain power foods rich in antioxidants, magnesium, Vitamin B, fibre, omega […]

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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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Researchers say mothers with RA may be more likely to give birth to children who have epilepsy, but they don’t know why. Many facets of rheumatoid arthritis remain a mystery. One of these unknowns is whether mothers with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) will pass the condition along to their children. A new study published in the […]

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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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The science of fear explains why being frightened can be fun, at least for some people. If scary stuff makes you laugh, both your body and mind are the cause. “When we’re afraid our bodies release different chemicals that can contribute to feeling good under the right circumstances,” Margee Kerr, Ph.D., sociologist, and author of […]

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