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It’s not “just a headache” : Identify your pain

Headaches are a very common condition that most people have experienced one to several times in their lives. They mainly comprise pain symptoms in the head, face, and neck region. Often, they are neglected as being “manageable”. Some headaches can be debilitating and have a significant impact on the functioning and quality of life.

Women & Mental Health

It is said that women are the architects of modern society. The role of women has drastically changed over the centuries. Prehistorically, women were domestic dwellers, but now, a modern-day woman must manage work and home life of the entire family that is dependent on her. Even then, there continues to be a disparity in their social and economic standing. 

Cleanliness and Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessions are continuous thoughts, impulses or images which cause anxiety and distress in a person. Example – Fear of pollution or germs, fear of making mistakes, excessive concern for right and wrong. Compulsions are repetitive behaviours such as hand washing and checking. It can be mental acts too, such as counting or praying that are done to prevent or reduce anxiety or distress.

24 mental well-being resolutions for 2024

Let’s dedicate this coming year to improving mental health. Refocus and work with ourselves to enhance our mental peace. Resolve to respect and promote the well-being of everyone around us as well. Let’s set sail on the journey towards mental well-being.

Procrastination and how to deal with it

Procrastination is the act of delaying or postponing a task or decision that needs to be done. It is a common problem that affects many people, especially students, workers, and creative professionals. Procrastination is not just a matter of laziness or poor time management. It is often a reflection of underlying anxiety, fear, or self-doubt that prevents us from taking action.

You Have Heard of PMS, But What is PMDD?!

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a cyclical pattern of psychological and physical symptoms seen in women of the reproductive age group, which occurs around the time of their menstrual cycle. It affects approximately 5-8% of women and causes significant functional impairment.

Recognizing Depression in a Loved One: A Guide to Support

Recognizing Depression in a Loved One: A Guide to Support

It’s not always easy to identify when a friend or relative is going through a tough time, especially when it comes to mental health issues like depression. However, being observant and understanding the signs can make a significant difference in offering the support they need. In this blog post, we will explore the early warning signs of depression and discuss ways to be a supportive and empathetic friend or family member.

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