Boosting your immune system to deal with these problems is precisely the reason why winters call for some changes in your regular diet.
Within 90 days of testing positive for COVID-19, a person has high risk of developing a mental illness: Oxford
Researchers also found that there was a higher risk of dementia in those who recover from the virus.
COVID-19 treatment: Melatonin hormone that regulates sleep-wake cycle may prove effective in managing infection
Clinical registries from Cleveland Clinic also showed that regular use of melatonin was associated with a 30 percent lesser chance of testing positive for COVID-19 even after adjusting for age, smoking history, race, and the presence of comorbidities
Experts believe that while a family history of hypertension cannot be avoided, the other lifestyle risk factors can and must be regulated to keep hypertension at bay
In Brink, SL Bhyrappa's depiction of romantic love and stream of consciousness style find a perfect translation
SL Bhyrappa and his translator R Ranganath Prasad discuss the themes of Brink (Anchu), how he developed his style, and why romantic love is not always a happy thing.
In 'It's All in Your Head, M,' Manjiri Indurkar crafts a piercingly honest narrative about her struggle with mental illness
Diving into the trauma she suffered as a survivor of child sexual abuse and more so the rage and grief that stemmed from the silence of those around her who knew the truth, Indurkar writes a sharply honest story, weighing her losses against her more qualitative wins in the pages of this book.
"I've found it tougher since retiring from cricket. All of a sudden, you're not doing as much. You sort of lose your purpose a little bit," he said.
Excessive sugar intake may increase the risk of aggressive behaviour, bipolar disorder and ADHD, suggests study
Excessive intake of fructose, specifically high fructose corn syrup, can stimulate craving, risk-taking, impulsivity and aggression and increases the risk of ADHD and bipolar disorder
Using weighted blankets may reduce sleep issues related to anxiety, insomnia and psychiatric disorders
The results of a study indicated that the use of weighted blankets resulted in better sleep maintenance, a higher daytime activity level and reduced daytime symptoms of fatigue, depression and anxiety.
The impact of dementia on a young person, their lives and those around them can be immense and often debilitating.
Monitoring 24-hour heart rate, metabolic changes and inflammation can help diagnose depression faster, new research shows
A whole body perspective should therefore be taken into account while recommending treatments or therapies, especially for depression.
The US National Sleep Foundation defines sleep apnea as a type of sleep disorder that is marked by abnormal breathing.
A person with suicidal tendency may show anger, sudden calmness, improvement in their behaviour, insomnia or excessive sleeping.
The link between vitamin D and depression: Here's how the sunshine nutrient can affect your mental health
Vitamin D not only aids calcium absorption in the body, leading to good bone density and health, but also helps reduce inflammation, improves cell growth, neuromuscular and immune function
A recent report by Lancet Commission indicates that taking action against certain lifestyle risk factors at an early age can reduce the risk of developing dementia later in life to a large extent
COVID-19 and mental health: All you need to know about toxic positivity and how to deal with it during the pandemic
Toxic positivity is the concept of being only happy and positive through everything in life and avoiding all things which trigger negative emotions.
A lack of libido or sex drive, while distressing, is actually a very common problem and occurs to men, women and even people on the LGBTQ+ spectrum
Why addressing compassion fatigue amid the coronavirus crisis is crucial to navigating such extraordinary times
In one of his Patriot Act episodes last year, American comic Hasan Minhaj succinctly summarised compassion fatigue as having '50 tabs open in our mental browser and we’re about to crash.'
Hindi cinema's depiction of mental health vilifies single women. It's a trope we can no longer overlook
The representation of single women with depression in popular culture has been largely unidimensional: failure is depicted as the main cause of the mental illness, and characters are shown being self-destructive and suffering heartbreaks
Deepika Padukone questions celeb photographer for sharing, monetising photos of Sushant Singh Rajput's mortal remains
After Sushant Singh Rajput's passing, Deepika Padukone had shared a statement on social media in which she reiterated the need to talk, communicate, and reach out to those who may be coping with mental illnesses.