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Mental Health

Mental health caters to the social well-being of a person. It is more about the emotional and psychological changes in a person. Mental health includes fighting stress, depression, serious mental disorders like bipolar syndrome, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, abuse, mental breakdown and other mental diseases. Here on HealthMeUp.com you can read all about mental health, symptoms, causes, treatment and much more…

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healthmeup - 10/21/2014 07:30:00

The Consequences of Domestic Violence

The Consequences of Domestic Violence In addition to being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October also happens to be Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Since one of the key ways to deal with a problem as deep-rooted as this is to raise awareness about it, this article addresses the symptoms and consequences of domestic violence. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/13/2014 16:00:00

World Mental Health Day 2014: Top Tips

World Mental Health Day 2014: Top Tips As we celebrate another World Mental Health Day, there are global talks and discussions on causes and treatments for various mental, psychological, behavioural and neurological disorders. Policies are being thought over to help end the centuries’ old stigma towards mental illnesses. In this huge... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/08/2014 07:00:00

What Does Every Human Being Need?

What Does Every Human Being Need? A prominent psychologist named Abraham Maslow developed a theory which says that every human being has five needs. These needs motivate us and are the cause of all our actions. This theory became very popular, and is used today in a lot of business models because it helps us understand human... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/04/2014 11:00:00

How Fitness Affects Mental Health

About Mental Health: How Fitness Affects Mental Health Mental health is just as important as physical fitness. The World Health Organization estimates that, globally, 154 million people suffer from depression and mental health illnesses. Exercise has long been described as a natural ‘high’. This is because undertaking some activity can make a huge... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/30/2014 10:00:00

How Colour Affects You

How Colour Affects You There is no doubt that colours affect your mood and state of mind. Researchers have proven the link between colour preferences and personalities, showing how certain colours are a way of self expression and how they can affect your perception. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/30/2014 07:00:00

Oxytocin: What You Didn’t Know About the Love Hormone

Oxytocin: What You Didn’t Know About the Love Hormone Oxytocin is a calm-inducing brain chemical secreted by the pituitary gland that does a lot more than strengthen romantic relationships. Research suggests that oxytocin can trigger a range of physiological and psychological effects in us. Oxytocin, which goes by other names like “cuddle hormone”... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/27/2014 10:00:00

How Technology Is Damaging Your Physical and Mental Health

How Technology Is Damaging Your Physical and Mental Health We’re deeply dependent on technology, carrying our cell phones and laptops wherever we go. With the convenience it offers it’s hard to consider the negative impact that technology has on our health. Here’s how a smartphone addiction might do you more harm than you think: Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/17/2014 07:00:00

Hobbies for a Healthy Mind

Hobbies for a Healthy Mind Most people dealing with depression, anxiety or stress are likely to stay housebound. Feeling low, anxious and bored can lead people to abandon doing the things they once loved. One way to effectively improve mental health is to take up a new hobby or continue with an old one. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/15/2014 08:00:00

Beat Depression with Physical Activity

Beat Depression with Physical Activity Over the years, several studies have researched the link between depression and physical activity. These studies provide several reasons that prove that physical activities in the form of exercise, workouts or otherwise can help the patient cope with depression better. Here are some of those... Continue Reading »

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