Many COVID-19 vaccines already in circulation are up to 95 percent effective, provided other conditions including mental health are met.
The study team, in turn, found that mental health was actually associated with concerns participants felt about their own smartphone usage.
Is harking back to '90s hits and classics only an outcome of fresh content crisis? Nostalgia experts weigh in
Experts say conjuring nostalgia by watching old movies or taking up old hobbies is an effective way to cope with stress and anxiety. It can lift moods, boost confidence, and inspire a sense of optimism.
We also observed that elevated COVID-19 stress is associated with favourable attitudes towards vaccination, use of personal protective equipment and pandemic-related altruism.
High screen time associated with poor dietary patterns, disrupted sleep, increased stress, finds study
The study found that heavy users, who spent an aggregate screen time of 17.5 hours per day across all devices, reported the least healthy dietary patterns and the poorest health-related characteristics, including a significantly high BMI
A study, published in Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology in 2020, indicates that an unhealthy lifestyle does contribute to the development of sexual disorders and dysfunctions in the long run
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
Study finds increase in broken heart syndrome cases during COVID-19 pandemic: All you need to know about this condition
Nearly 7.8 percent of patients with acute coronary syndrome (ACS) are being diagnosed with broken heart syndrome during the COVID-19 pandemic as compared to the 1.5-1.8 percent before the pandemic
International Yoga Day 2020: Studies say yoga not only aids physical fitness but also reduces stress
International Yoga Day, which is celebrated annually on 21 June aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga
International Yoga Day 2020: Here's how kundalini yoga and kirtan kriya can help reduce risk of dementia
Every year, 21 June is celebrated as International Yoga Day to highlight the many benefits of yoga
While it may seem like you can’t possibly find the time for it — given you’re managing your home as well as work — it’ll be better for you in the long run.
In a more well-adjusted world, we would not expect ourselves to be constantly productive during a pandemic. But our world is dysfunctional at best, and we need reminders about how we’re not working from home but rather "at home during a crisis, trying to work", to stop feeling disappointed in ourselves
Coronavirus lockdown: Calcutta University begins free online counselling service for students' mental well-being
The university has also issued a circular with the name and number of the faculty members whom the students may call at specified time slots for counselling services.
To test the effects of stress, participants in the experiment were warned of electric shocks and this effects the way they reacted.
Stuck indoors and stressed? Practice yoga says cardiologist that believes meditation plays a role in cardiovascular disease
He wrote down guidelines meant for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, and cardiovascular disease researchers on behalf of American Heart Association.
Any kind of breathing exercise is called breathwork. While the term may be new, the concept is old.
For most people, minor uncertainties are enough to stress them out, the current scenario brings a greater amount of uncertainty with it.
Research shows that women are more prone to anxiety disorders and depression than men.
There is no point in trying to please your bullies - only do what you think is good for your mental and physical health.
If you’re working towards improving your mental health or dealing with social anxiety, stress, emotional problems, art therapy may be worth a shot.