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Take a look at these tips to try and win victory over that bad habit.  Attack them at their weakest point!  

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According to a new study by routinely burning the midnight oil we risk suffering depression and learning issues, and not only because of lack of sleep. The culprit could also be exposure to bright light at night from lamps, computers and even iPads.    

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After a two-decade study research has revealed a neural connection between early stress and anxiety and depression in girls.  

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A new study is suggesting that contrary to popular belief, stressors are not the cause of health issues, rather it is people’s reactions to these stressors that measure whether the future will hold negative health consequences.     

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A new study has found that people who walk with a slouched body posture are more likely to feel depressed which can lead to decreased energy and feelings of depression.  Also, researchers found that mood and energy levels can be increased by simply changing the body posture to an upright position.  

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A recent study has shown that parents with social anxiety disorder may be more inclined than parents with other forms of anxiety to behave in ways that put their children at a higher risk of developing stress of their own.    

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Symptoms of physical pain can often be associated with mental health issues.  A recent study suggests that people who have anxiety or depression may experience a number of somatic symptoms long before they are diagnosed with a mood issue.        

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I recently came across some new research which suggests strong magnetic stimulation of the frontal lobe of the brain can reduce symptoms of depression.            

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A new study suggests that people suffering from depression have a difficult time distinguishing between negative emotions.  

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I came cross this recent Swedish study suggesting that creative types are thought to be more likely to suffer from mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.  

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