Depression and Suicide

Depression and Suicide

Introduction Depression, particularly among individuals aged 18–39, stands as a significant precursor to suicide, highlighting the urgent need for a comprehensive understanding and proactive intervention. This article aims to delve into the roots of this widespread psychological ailment, exploring its nature, physiological aspects, and the crucial distinction between sadness and clinical depression. Defining Depression Depression … Read more

Memory Lapses: Why Can’t I Remember Anything?

Why Can’t I Remember Anything

Experiencing occasional memory lapses is a common part of life that affects everyone. Whether misplacing keys, forgetting a name, or losing track of your parked car, these lapses are generally normal and occur irrespective of age. This article explores the normalcy of memory lapses and offers practical tips to enhance daily recall. Normal Memory Lapses … Read more

Blood Test For Alzheimer’s Disease? New Research Finds

Alzheimer's disease

A new study published in Neuroscience 2023 hints of scientific pursuit into new methods that could help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages. According the published article, proteins linked to mild brain impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease have been detected a blood-based test. What is fascinating about the blood test? Although the research abstract has … Read more

Running May Offer Mental Health Benefits Similar to Drugs For Depression

Depression

A new study suggests that running therapy has significant effects on depression, similar to those of antidepressants. Cited in the October 2023 European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) Congress in Barcelona, it was shown that an exercise therapy could yield as much results in mental health outcomes as taking drugs for depression. The lead study author … Read more

5 Signs You May Have An Inferiority Complex

inferiority complex

In 1907, psychologist Alfred Adler became the first expert to medically describe inferiority complex. Since then, agencies like the American Psychological Association have come out to also define it. Per the charters of the American Association, inferiority complex is the basic feeling of inadequacy and insecurity that can lead to behaviors which includes withdrawal, shyness, … Read more