Sunday, October 22, 2017
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1hr #Exercise #Week #Protects #Against #Depression

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201710/one-hour-exercise-week-protects-against-depression#_=_ The findings of this study suggest that surprisingly small amounts of low-intensity physical activity (60 minutes of exercise per week, without becoming breathless or sweating) can protect against future depression, regardless of age or gender. This international research team was led by the Black Dog Institute in Australia who conducted an

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#Bill #English #evidence #E-therapy #claims

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1709/S00394/bill-english-asked-to-show-evidence-for-e-therapy-claims.htm “The prime minister was premature in suggesting e-therapy works as well as face-to-face in the leaders’ debate. The evidence is minimal and contradictory and so far confined to treating depression with one modality only (CBT)” says Sean Manning, Dunedin psychotherapist. “It is foolhardy in the extreme to suggest that the internet

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#Instagram #worst #young #people’s #mental #health

MarketWatch: This social network ranks as the worst for young people’s mental health (it’s not Facebook) http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw4_Ov8jk http://www.marketwatch.com/story/lonely-people-are-more-likely-to-share-on-facebook-2017-03-06 nstagram, an app that people use to share photos of their lives as seen through a series of flattering filters, was rated worst for the mental health of young people in a study by

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#Depression #Anxiety

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/panic-life/201706/depression-anxiety-two-sides-coin I identified the most with having anxiety. But there were times when I fell into depressive episodes. I felt listless, I slept too much, I didn't want to get out of bed. Depression is sneaky and it convinces us not to try. I asked my psychiatrist about how depression factors

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#Anxiety #Depression #PTSD #Occupational #Stress

http://www.psychiatryadvisor.com/anxiety/depression-anxiety-and-ptsd-are-influenced-by-occupation/article/656164/ For instance, a study found high rates of PTSD and depression in firefighters.8 Likewise, approximately 100,000 active police officers in the United States suffer from PTSD, and many also live with the comorbidities of depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation.9 Research from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Depression Is More Than ‘Just Being Sad’

http://thoughtcatalog.com/kirsten-corley/2017/01/what-depression-actually-is-because-its-more-than-just-being-sad/ Depression is becoming addicted to anything that gives you purpose. Whether it’s being a perfectionist in academics or becoming a workaholic. It’s becoming the most involved in a group or organization because you need something to look forward to. It’s excelling in sports because it really helps to have that

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Young adults using social media platforms more likely to suffer from depression

Young adults who use more social media platforms are three times more likely to suffer from depression + anxiety: https://t.co/7HTU1UM6Vj pic.twitter.com/6mjtfdkSrk — PsychCentral Pro (@PsychCentralPro) January 21, 2017 Young adults who use seven to 11 social media platforms are three times more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety than those who

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