Deal with memory problems

memory problems
August 8, 2013

Forgetting where parked the car; do not remember the phone number that we must mark, or the name of the son of our best friend; some of the situations that should make us think if we have memory problems. Tips to combat forgetfulness Forget about complex things or newly known techniques can be forgiven, because our mind is not accustomed to these names or denominations. But permanently forget normal things,…


Breathing technique against fear and anxiety

breathing technique
June 16, 2013

Breathing not only allows our survival in its most basic form, it can also help to calm the anxieties and fears, and our moods change and renew our energies needed for daily life. In this article we will learn a breathing technique well directed can apply at any time and place, to calm the anxieties and fears in a particular situation, or to start the day well refreshed and positive….


Information fatigue syndrome: That does not affect you

information fatigue syndrome
January 8, 2013

Everyday our brain receives an enormous amount of information to be process and respond. But the excess, as in all aspects of life, it is also harmful. The work, the many responsibilities, the family, the course of the economy, news, political, social, health and all the details that we meet every day. After the day is normal to feel exhausted and is that information overload to which we are exposed…


Seasonal Affective Disorder

seasonal affective disorder
December 28, 2012

Are the dark days of autumn and winter make you want to hibernate? Do you want to eat greasy things, caloric and sleep all day? Since you may have the seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year, usually in winter. Other symptoms include fatigue, lack of interest, lack of concentration and irritability. Some people describe it as being happy during the…


Daily exercise helps fight Alzheimer’s

fight Alzheimer's
June 9, 2012

If there is a disease concern and much is Alzheimer’s. So they are increasingly frequent in research being conducted around the world about this mental illness. Exercise for Alzheimer’s The latest to be published in the journal Neurology notes the importance of daily exercise to prevent this disease. According to these results, the daily physical activity, even in older people, may help slow Alzheimer’s disease and improve their health and…


Traumatic stress: How to overcome

traumatic stress
May 20, 2012

Many societies in the world suffer from a progressive deterioration in their quality of life by different factors such as lack of opportunity in employment, economic inequality, family breakdown, a terrible justice. All this means that people in many places in different parts of the world face daily high rates of crime in the past were difficult to imagine. The most important symptom of PTSD is that the person who…


Irrational fears: Phobias

May 1, 2012

A phobia is a disorder in which, irrationally, appears anxious when exposed to living things, objects or different situations. You may receive a phobia against people, animals or objects, such as doctors or nurses, dogs, spiders, snakes, blood, injections, etc.. You may also receive a phobia varied situations, such as flying, being in enclosed spaces (claustrophobia), in open spaces (agoraphobia) or in certain social situations (social phobia), such as public…


Anxiety: Concept, types and how to treat

April 28, 2012

Anxiety and fear are two related but not equivalent concepts. Fear is a normal body reaction to situations involving an external threat, since an increase in heart rate and level of alertness of the organism and other characteristic signs we have all experienced at one time when we felt threatened or endangered. Anxiety is an unpleasant sensation accompanied by signs and symptoms similar to those found when we feel afraid,…


Healthy body a healthy mind

troubled relationship
March 27, 2012

The appearance of conflict or instability in psychological or mental disorders can lead to manifest through physical symptoms or signs of physical illness. Thus, in this way, a conflict of partner, loss of a loved one, an inferiority complex or any other condition that alters a sensitive and more or less prolonged our balance and psychological well-being can lead to the emergence of headaches, abdominal pain or other symptoms physically…


Antipsychotics can increase cardiac risk

February 26, 2012

Antipsychotics, which had already given warning signals, increase the risk of developing heart disease by simply taking it for a few months, a new study. Among patients treated with these drugs are schizophrenics, which usually have a shorter life expectancy, so you have to deal with the role of antipsychotics in heart disease, said Debra Foley, Center for Youth Mental Health at the University of Melbourne, Australia. It is known…