Research

Dementia Patients Do Not Receive Post-Diagnosis Care

In India, the number of people with dementia is going up sharply. Dementia is a neurological disorder that gets worse over time. Dementia is not a single disease; rather, it is an overall term th...

‘'Cheat Meals' Habit Can Be a Symptom of An Eating Disorder: Research

It shall be noted that cravings are but normal to occur every once in a while and satisfying a mere craving rather than devoting a whole day or a complete meal per se can be beneficial. It is imp...

Holiday Burnout is Becoming a New Mental Health Problem, How to Prevent it

Burnout is a psychological state faced by an individual exposed to heightened levels of stress for a prolonged period as a result of today’s hectic lifestyle. Holidays are viewed as a time for ...

Sleeping with Lights On at Night Can Cause Physical and Mental Problems: Study

Our preference to keep the lights on or sleep in pitch-dark rooms is subjective. Some prefer to sleep alone, and some with the people surrounding them. It depends on conditioning and the experien...

How Travel Therapy Beneficial for Dementia Patients

The most interesting activity is travelling. The majority of individuals go on vacation, to relax, find themselves, or explore new things. Travelling has several advantages, including lowering st...

How Financial Stress Became a Reason of Mental Health Crisis: Research

Australia has been facing many challenges from COVID to weather changes, and financial distress due to high costs of living. There is a lot more road to work on the mental health system. The voic...

Research: Nighttime Smartphone Use Does Major Effects On Young Adults' Mental Health

Mental health issues are well-acknowledged as a primary cause of disease, and a significant number of adults suffer from them. In many Western nations, there has been an upsurge in poor mental he...

Research: Schizophrenia patients feel a lack of motivation

Schizophrenia is a neurodevelopmental and brain condition that affects cognition, emotion, and thinking processes. Patients with schizophrenia can fight this, with the help of their family and wi...

Truth in Unreliable Memories: A Forensic Psychology study

Associate Professor Helen Paterson, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology explained that repeated victims have a tendency to mix up one occurrence with another and the refence, in turn, would di...

Questioning the Evidence of Autism Interventions: The Right Foot Forward

The Autism Intervention Meta-Analysis, also known as Project AIM, in 2020, along with a numerous review studies over the previous decade emphasizes the most forms of autism therapy’s lack of ev...