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9 Signs of Internet Addiction

Click. Scroll. Double-tap. Repeat. It’s almost impossible to imagine our lives without the internet. You can video chat with friends and family halfway across the globe, order takeout from your favorite local spot, check in with coworkers located in a different part...

Can Meditation Have Negative Side Effects in People with Schizophrenia

Ask anyone to name a few benefits of meditation and they’re sure to rattle off a laundry list of merits like improved concentration and focus, better sleep quality, better sex, lower stress, and greater overall happiness. Medical studies also praise the practice for...

What is the Role of Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder?

If you’re familiar with what bipolar disorder is--a mental illness that causes extreme mood swings that cycle between dramatic highs and lows which can result in sudden and extreme changes in behavior, mood, cognitive ability, energy levels, and more--it might be hard...

6 Tips on How to Deal With PTSD Triggers

Post-traumatic stress disorder is estimated to affect between 7 and 8% of the U.S. population. It’s not limited to those who have experienced military combat and could very possibly be affecting your friends, family, and coworkers. Whether you or a loved one has been...

Who Does PTSD Affect the Most & Least?

Post-traumatic stress disorder, known as PTSD for short, is a condition that’s been known to mankind as far back as ancient history. This mental illness is one that has always been associated with combat and fighting--evident by the many past names of PTSD including...

How rare is dissociative identity disorder?

Dissociative identity disorder (DID)--more commonly known by its former name, multiple personality disorder--is one of the most severe mental illnesses of its kind. It’s characterized as a person with two or more identities that function independently of each other....

Is Multiple Personality Disorder A Real Illness?

Dissociative identity disorder (DID), previously known as multiple personality disorder or split personality disorder as it’s sometimes called, is a real mental illness. It is one that is shrouded with misconceptions, stigmas, and controversy; a condition believed to...

What to Do If You’re Depressed [A Complete List]

Depression is a very common mental health disease affecting over 17 million American adults in any given year – that’s about 7.1% of the US population aged 18 and older. Coping with depression can drain your energy, often leaving you tired. When you’re feeling...

What Is a Bipolar Episode & How To Predict Them

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness estimated to affect 4.4% of Americans. Unfortunately, this serious mental illness is one shrouded with misconceptions that have resulted in harmful stigmas that have been difficult to shake. One of the best ways to reduce the...

Medication-Induced Sexual Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common medical problem. It’s estimated to affect 52% of men to some degree--a number that increases significantly with age (a study found that 40% of 40-year-old men experienced erectile dysfunction and 70% of 70-year-old men. Though age...