Archive for October, 2012

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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A study suggests workers higher up the food chain suffer less stress because being in charge offers a heightened sense of control.  






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I came across this interesting article which explores some of the common signs and symptoms of a relapse.  For people with mental disorders a relapse can have a devastating effect. It is most important to recognise the warning signs in order to reduce the risk.    






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Do you suffer from SAD? The Met Office is working with doctors to develop a service that will send text messages or emails to SAD sufferers with advice on how best to cope with the impending gloomy weather.  






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Today I came across a study which suggests that maternal depression and a common class of antidepressants can alter a crucial period of language development in babies.              






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I came across this interesting article the other day suggesting 1 in 10 workers has taken time off because of depression.  The Mori survey was carried out for the European Depression Association (EDA) in Britain, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Spain and France.    






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Here is an article which explores Psychological therapies and how they have the potential to make a substantive difference to patients.  






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Take a look at this article and see how OCD, a debilitating disorder seriously affects people’s lives.






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Have you heard of the Grinberg Method?  This interesting article talks about the physical discipline which is taking off in Berlin.  






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