Articles in Category: Mental Wellbeing

Mind Juggling For Overcoming Anxiety

on Saturday, 17 December 2011. Posted in Mental Wellbeing, Mental Health Written By: Archana Mahendra

Try mind juggling technique to get relief from anxiety

Mind Juggling For Overcoming Anxiety

If you suffer from anxiety and have failed to get relief from medication or mental exercises; try mind juggling; a technique known not only to reduce anxiety, but to also help attain a balanced mind.

Scientists earlier believed that anxiety, stress, tension, panic and other abnormal fears were a result of a single neurophysiological configuration. However, research in the past years has proven that anxiety is caused on account of a functional imbalance between the right and left hemispheres of the brain. This discovery led to the development of mind juggling. Mind Juggling is a technique that helps to equalize hemispheric activities and thereby, overcome anxiety.

Heal Yourself With Psychological Therapies

on Friday, 27 April 2012. Posted in Mental Wellbeing, Mental Health Written By:

Find out more about psychological therapies and the ones that may suits you

Heal Yourself With Psychological Therapies

Psychological therapies are some of the recently evolved complementary therapies that aim at restoring physiological health, via psycological health. Most psychological therapies are based on the mind-body medicine theory which proves that the thoughts of a person do affect his/her health. Below are certain modern-day complementary therapies that deal with and improve mental health.

Building Positive Body Image For Teens

on Thursday, 24 November 2011. Posted in Mental Wellbeing, Mental Health Written By: superadmin

Tips to develop a healthy self esteem and body image.

Building Positive Body Image For Teens

It is common for teenagers to have a poor body image and complain about being fat, or skinny, or not having shapely legs? However, this may have several physical and emotional side-effects on them too and therefore, it is necessary to help them develop a healthy self esteem and body image

Body Image and self esteem

Body Image refers to a person's perception of the aesthetics and sexual attractiveness of their own body. When you dislike your body or specific parts of it; it is referred to as having a negative body image. Body image can be closely linked to self esteem. Poor opinion of your body can cause you to have very low self esteem and self confidence.

Know What Threatens Your Mental Wellbeing

on Saturday, 01 October 2011. Posted in Mental Wellbeing, Mental Health Written By: administrator

Know What Threatens Your Mental Wellbeing

Is something threatening to compromise your mental health? Identify and learn ways to deal with factors that threaten your mental wellbeing and put you at risk of emotional upheaval.

Good mental health is very important in order to lead a quality life. Your relationships, physical health, personal and professional success; all depend largely upon your good mental health. It is therefore, very important that one identifies factors that add to the risk of shaking that mental balance and learn ways of dealing with them before they take charge and run havoc in your life.

Among the many factors that affect mental well being, genetic and biological factors play a very vital role. However, more important than these two are your experiences in life. The way you think and deal with stressful situations comes largely from your past experiences in life. These shape your mental make-up. Your childhood forms the basis of these experiences, making your upbringing a significant factor when it comes to your mental health.

Tips To Improve Your Emotional Health

on Wednesday, 07 September 2011. Posted in Mental Wellbeing, Mental Health Written By: superadmin

Tips To Improve Your Emotional Health

Maintaining good emotional health is vital not only for one’s mental well being; but, also for leading fulfilling lives with full control on one’s emotions and behavior.

Emotional health reflects upon the way a person sees himself and those around him. It is a reflection into his psychological state and his ability to manage emotions during crisis and otherwise.

Good mental health does not only mean an absence of psychological disturbances. It rather indicates the presence of positive emotional characteristics. An emotionally healthy person is in control of his or her feelings as well as behavior even in the most challenging of situations. Life throws lemons at all of us; it’s the way we deal with them that reflects our mental health.