We thought after the worst of a global pandemic, young people’s outlook for the future might have improved. Our survey shows they’ve actually gotten worse.
Group chats can be places of joy, solidarity and refuge. But they can also be a huge time-suck, and create feelings of anxiety and worry.
Insomnia and mental disorders are inter-related in a way we’ve yet to fully understand. But treating one can often help the other.
With our faces seemingly everywhere − from Zoom meetings to selfies − more people are developing anxieties about how they appear online.
We’ve had an early start to the bushfire season and there’s more to come. No wonder spring isn’t always a celebration.
Dementia does not manifest solely as a memory problem. People with dementia can also experience issues with learning, comprehension and judgement, but they may also experience changes in behaviour.
Messages from teachers like ‘if you do not work hard, you will fail your GCSEs and you will not get into college’ are known as fear appeals.
Tyson Fury has a history of mental ill health, something which is reflected in his series, At Home With The Furys on Netflix.
Combining the practice with mindfulness is key.
Whether experienced directly or indirectly, racial incidents can trigger numerous psychological impacts on Black people, including lower self-esteem and anxiety.
A therapist shares advice for harnessing your stress over climate change and other environmental harms and putting it to work.
A psychiatrist explains the many ways anxiety can hinder, color or compel creativity.
Although emotions like fear and anxiety originate in your brain, they ultimately travel through your body and make your heart race and your stomach twist.
When we’re surrounded by distractions, our brains essentially become battlegrounds for attention. Everything competes for our focus.
Amid the fanfare about a new medication for postpartum depression, it’s important to remember that PPD is underdiagnosed and undertreated, and that safe and effective treatments already exist.
New motherhood is often portrayed as a time of joy but it can also be filled with fears and complicated feelings. Here’s how you can get help and support.
Naps can be rejuvenating and beneficial to attentiveness and overall health, but the length of naps and the time of day are key.
Combining psychotherapy with medication can lead to more immediate and enduring results by boosting the brain’s neuroplasticity.
Let them know that you understand and believe them.
In many cases, shyness is not a cause for concern and may have associated benefits. Parents and caregivers can learn strategies to support shy children in making transitions.