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Here's how you can go for a digital detox

In case you are wondering how to detach from the digitally connected world, here are some ways in which you can go for a digital detox. 

How to deal with panic attacks and anxiety in a better way

While there is little you can do to control a panic attack when it hits you, there are some steps you can take to deal with it in a better way.

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World Sexual Health Day: ‘Sex still a hush-hush topic, youths need healthy space', say experts

According to the World Health Organisation, sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. The negative side of it can lead to a range of health concerns — anxiety, guilt, depression, additions, sexually transmitted diseases and so on.

5 signs of anxiety in children and how to deal with it

Every child goes through phases of anxiety in their childhood. Children often become immune to certain fears and situations that provoke anxiety as they travel from one phase of childhood to another.

Parenthesis: Are you sleep-deprived, exhausted? It may be parental burnout!

Carve out time to pursue your interests and hobbies. Invest in your marriage and spend time as a couple.

Probiotics not effective in reducing anxiety

A new research has discovered consuming yogurt which is rich in probiotics for treatment of anxiety is futile. Probiotics are beneficial for the digestive system but not for reducing any form of anxiety.

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How gut bacteria leads to depression, anxiety

A new research has found that gut bacteria has a key role in filling negative thoughts in the brains of obese people which further causes depression and anxiety. The diet isn't just changing blood sugar levels but also sending signals to the brain.

Only 20% of young people treated for anxiety stay well: Study

When you see so few kids stay non-symptomatic after receiving the best treatments, it becomes discouraging. Regular mental health check-ups may be a better way to treat anxiety than the current model.

Anxiety, depression can trigger smartphone addiction

People who struggle with their mental health are more likely to intensively use their smartphone as a form of therapy and that the less conscientious individuals are, the more likely they are to be addicted to their phones.

Narratives of Anxiety

A dichotomy of fear and ferocity lingers through the works of Mumbai-based artist Anju Dodiya.

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