Mental Health

  • Paranoia1
    Mental Health

    Understanding Your Paranoia

    Paranoia is thinking and feeling like you are being threatened in some way, even if there is no evidence, or very little evidence, that you are. Paranoid thoughts can also be described as delusions. There are lots of different kinds…

  • addict1
    Mental Health

    The Psychology of Addiction

    Physical addiction certainly accounts for much of the reason people continue using and abusing drugs, but there is also a strong psychological component to addiction. Just getting clean and sober may not address the actual psychology of addiction. Breaking psychological…

  • Mental Hygiene
    Mental Health

    How Can Mental Hygiene Help Our Elders

    How Can Mental Hygiene Help Our Elders   Mental hygiene (or cerebral hygiene) is a term created in the 19th century to designate all the precautions and measures allowing a psychological balance. It prevents mental illness and helps the person…

  • soothing1
    Mental Health

    9 Effective Methods of Soothing Anxiety

    Anxiety is a set of symptoms and feelings that everyone experiences from time to time. The sense of tension, nervousness and apprehension is our body’s response to a perceived threat, and can occur in anything from arguing with loved ones…

  • jealousy1
    Mental Health

    6 Effective Methods of Dealing With Jealousy

    Jealousy isn’t necessarily an unhealthy emotion, but there are ways to handle your jealousy more constructively. If you tend to get jealous in romantic relationships, you’re not alone. Jealousy is a very natural emotion that many people experience at some…