Back From Vacation. How Not To Fall Into Depression?

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How to deal with post-vacation depression? According to psychological studies, the return from vacation is a major stress for the organism. Many people that need to go back to work after holidays can feel fatigue, lack of energy, depression, anger and insomnia. After a month of “fooling around” the body forget the need to get […]

How to Help Depressed Loved One – Read Carefully!

Depressed Loved One

What is depression? Depression – is a mental illness characterized by mood disorder. What are the main symptoms of depression? The main symptoms of depression are: Bleak, depressed mood, loss of sense of pleasure. The lack of interest. Inability to concentrate and impaired memory. The inability to make a decision, a compulsive return to the […]

121 Ways To Reveal The Possibilities Of Your Brain

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1. Solve riddles and puzzles. 2. Develop ambidexterity (ability to use well both the right and the left hand). Try to brush your teeth, comb your hair, manipulate the computer mouse with the hand taht you don’t usually use. Write with both hands simultaneously. Change hands when eating while using a knife and a fork. […]

Dr. Andrew Weil Explains Depression on CNN

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The World Health Organization predicts that in last then 20 years depression will be the second most widespread illness in the world. Even now in any given year, one in ten Americans suffer from mood disorder. Dr. Andrew Weil on CNN help us to better understand what is all this about and how to deal […]

Lecture on Depression at Stanford University

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Stanford’s Sapolsky On Depression in U.S. (Full Lecture) >> Professor Robert Sapolsky speaks about depression and its damages. Right now depression, it is the number four cause of disability in the US and it is becoming more common. Sapolsky states that depression is as real of a biological disease as is diabetes.

The Truth about Depression – BBC Documentary

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Stephen Nolan meets Prof Ian Anderson at Univeristy of Manchester, where he studies the science behind depression. With the help of brain imaging, his research has found that in the hippocampus area of the brain, there is 25% less grey matter in people suffering with depression than those who don’t.