Anxiety: Concept, types and how to treat

anxiety
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,…

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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…

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Antipsychotics can increase cardiac risk

Antipsychotics
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…

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The hidden depression in young

depression in young
February 19, 2012

We live in a troubled world, changing rapidly, where it was worth it yesterday and not today, where the constant bombardment of news, where nobody knows where it is. This produces a general disorientation that is especially evident in our young people: more and more alarming cases of depression but not always detected. Increasing numbers of young people who go to medical consulting suffering from this or that muscle pain…

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Stress, an evil of our time

stress
January 26, 2012

In the seventeenth century, the word stress mean “state of distress”, symbolizing the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčoppression, hard life, deprivation, fatigue, and adversity. From the eighteenth century, begins to mean strength, pressure or strong influence acting on a physical object or a person. In the 20th century, comes the idea that certain aggressive living conditions (stress) can cause some physical or mental diseases (strain). In 1951, Hans Selye highlights the “General…

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Exercise reduces incontinence

morning exercise
December 31, 2011

This is a problem that affects two hundred million people worldwide, incontinence is a disorder that today can be overcome or at least improved through exercise. Incontinence is a problem that causes various complications in life who suffers from limiting it considerably. The first World Week of incontinence, organized by the International Continence Society (ICS), an international scientific body that brings together a large group of experts in incontinence. Under…

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Responses of homeopathy to anorexia and bulimia

eating disorder
December 6, 2011

Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia are a real problem not only have the youngest, too many adults today have begun to be affected by this condition. Many experts speak of the longing that many people have to imitate the “models” socially accepted beauty as well as oppressive family environment as a basis for developing such problems. Homeopathy has not been kept out of this problem of modern society and…

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What is BDD?

BDD
November 30, 2011

What are we talking about when we say BDD? It is a disease that causes those affected in dealing with a disproportionately themselves. Normally often related to a physical defect almost imperceptible, but ending it haunting to the person that suffers from. You can treat an incipient baldness, an imperfect nose, a slight cellulite, or any other part of the body deemed to not be perfect. However, common sense says…

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