How Can Yoga Help My Mental Health?
21st June is World Yoga Day, and if you don’t practice Yoga it is a day where the world is busy performing Asana and you find yourself wondering what the hype is all about. You never understood the spiritual and beneficial aspect of practicing Yoga. But a recent Harvard study Read more.
Activities for improving Depression.
Being depressed makes you feel worthless. Even with therapy and medication, you can sometimes feel helpless. There are some activities that you can do to help you fight these feelings. Avoid common triggers Staying involved and having daily responsibilities can help you maintain a lifestyle that can help counter depression. Read more.
A Tribute to all Dads.
Any man can father a child, but it takes a lifetime of hard work to become a Dad. The role that fathers play in every child’s life is indispensable and cannot be fulfilled by anyone else. Fathers have a huge impact on their children and mould them into responsible adults. Read more.
Minimalism & Mental Health
Loneliness is often attributed to excess materialism. Is minimalism the way forward? Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important—so one can find happiness, fulfillment, and freedom. It assists us in finding the freedom that we all long for. We all Read more.
Misrepresentation of mental illness in bollywood
India is not a country that is totally unaware of mental illnesses and their harmful effects. The continuous misinterpretation of these problem hidden behind the “artistic licence” is shaping the minds of how general Indian population look at the issues. In a country where one in every twelve citizens are Read more.
Cancer & It’s Psychological Effects.
Psycho-oncology is the study of psychological, behavioral and social aspects of cancer.  Cancer has a great impact on the mental health of a person suffering from it as well as on the family. Psycho-oncology focuses on the psychological reactions of the patient suffering from cancer as well as their families Read more.
Power of Perception
.mop’-[;“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” This quote by Oscar Wilde aptly describes the power perception holds in an individual’s life. How we see and understand the things around us influences our response to it and hence our behavior. Perception has Read more.
Amnesia is a rare condition where an individual finds it hard to remember the past, memorize new information, and imagine the future because people imagine future scenarios on the basis of recollections of past experiences. The ability to recollect experiences and events is based on a variety of complex brain Read more.
Self-affirmations and Self Esteem
Positive statements that help one to overcome negative and self-defeating behaviors are known as affirmations. These statements work in a way, when you repeat the statements automatically it leads to believing in them, thereby making changes in the cognitive processes and in this way positive changes begin to happen. These Read more.
How to deal with grief? 5 things that you should keep in mind
Grief is a universal feeling that every person has to contend with at least once in their life. It can be due to so many reasons like accidents and deaths, divorces, anticipatory grief (when a loved one is suffering from a fatal disorder), loss of home or a job. It’s Read more.
Do you often go to bed at 11 pm, and in spite of trying hard to get 8 hours of sleep for a productive morning you still can’t sleep till the wee hours of the night? With the modern lifestyle and the stressful work environment that most individuals operate in, Read more.
The Genius lurking beneath the Introvert.
While a lot of people proclaim themselves as introverts, most people tend to overlook the enormous array of benefits that this brings along. Those who possess this personality type have numerous concealed powers that, while usually not visible on the surface, are in continuous motion. As there exists no universal Read more.
Caffeine Addiction
Caffeine addiction is like another disorder with addiction such as alcohol consumption, tobacco use. Caffeine is a stimulant consumed from different sources such as coffee, tea, energy drinks, cold remedies, weight loss aids, and chocolates. About 85% of children and adults consume caffeine regularly. The moderate intake of caffeine is Read more.
You have a college work to do, say your assignment which was given 15 days back. Instead of completing the task in the due time you spent time with friends, doing parties, using Instagram, Facebook and doing other things thinking that you will be able to finish it when it Read more.
Developmental delays are a cause for concern
Arey, yeh ab tak chalta nahi? (is your child not walking yet?) Isne bolna shuru nahi kia? (he/she hasn’t started speaking?) Simple remarks by family, friends or maybe strangers, though insensitive can be a cause for concern for development. Children take their own time to reach the milestones. Minor or Read more.