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Understanding of genetic roots of depression sparks hopes of new treatments

Scientists have raised hopes for more effective treatments for depression, an emotional condition that affects over 300 million people globally, after mapping out the genetic foundations of the disorder in unprecedented detail.

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How meditation helps – does it alter our brains?

Meditation is celebrated as a therapeutic tool to help ease stress, anxiety, depression, addiction and chronic pain. It’s come into vogue as a way to enhance human performance, finding its way into classrooms, businesses, locker rooms and smartphones through apps such as Headspace and Calm.

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Women executives experience twice as much stress as men!

Evidence from more than 30,000 private health assessments of Australian executives shows that women in their 30s and 40s in high positions are twice as likely to experience stress, anxiety and depression than their male counterparts.

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Suffering from depression? Saffron could help!

A few years back, scientists discovered that saffron was a promising natural antidepressant option for adults with mild depression. Now, Murdoch University researchers have found that saffron could be used a natural treatment for mild depressive and anxiety symptoms in teenagers.

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Stress and emotions could be contagious!

Your stress can rub off on others, researchers have concluded. Trials suggest being around stressed people can alter the brain in the same way as when you are overloaded at work.

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Yoga helps in depression by modulating stress response

Available reviews of a wide range of yoga practices suggest they can reduce the impact of exaggerated stress responses and may be helpful for both anxiety and depression. In this respect, yoga functions like other self-soothing techniques, such as meditation, relaxation, exercise, or even socializing with friends.

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Smoking damages emotional health by stoking stress

Research into smoking and stress has shown that instead of helping people to relax, smoking actually increases anxiety and tension. Nicotine creates an immediate sense of relaxation so people smoke in the belief that it reduces stress and anxiety.

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Exercise to keep stress and anxiety at bay

Studies show that it is very effective at reducing fatigue, improving alertness and concentration, and at enhancing overall cognitive function. This can be especially helpful when stress has depleted your energy or ability to concentrate.

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One Antidepressant Dose Causes Rapid Brain Changes

A single dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) dramatically and rapidly alters functional connectivity throughout the brain, a new study shows. No Worry No Tension Healthcare – an online emotional wellness platform under the guidance of Dr. Sandeep Vohra, an eminent psychiatrist, has

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Meditation Might Reduce Workplace Stress

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Meditation might prevent work-related stress and burnout, a small U.S. study suggests. No Worry No Tension Healthcare – an online emotional wellness platform under the guidance of Dr. Sandeep Vohra, an eminent psychiatrist, has developed stress-o-meter tool. It is a

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