Catalyst: Science finds a better way to measure stress, anxiety and depression

(upbeat music) – Our next talk is going to be, again, in wellness, but in a slightly different area and it has to do with mental health which is, as everybody knows, a fairly large problem in the country. This was a really interesting collaboration from people in psychiatry as well in engineering to look at what we could do…

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Diet and Mental Health

Research shows that food can have a direct impact on mental health Just like any other organ the brain depends on nutrients for optimal functioning. What we eat creates our neurotransmitters, proteins and amino acids and the nutrition we get out of our food such as antioxidants, vitamins and healthy oils help fuel our function and mood. In 2009 researchers…

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Fun Facts About Schizophrenia

Hey what’s up I’m Rachel Star schizophrenic with your fun facts about schizophrenia 1% of the entire population has schizophrenia it’s found to be in all different societies regardless of class race or culture now to put that into perspective that means 2.2 million Americans have schizophrenia many schizophrenics are found to have a amusia that’s the inability to make…

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Q&A – Diagnosing Menopausal Depression

I’m Dr. Jennifer Payne and I direct the Johns Hopkins Women’s Mood Disorders Center which is located both at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and here at Howard County General. So, menopause is only one day in a woman’s life. The time leading up to menopause is called perimenopause and can actually last for years. But menopause is defined as not…

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Psychopath vs Sociopath – What’s The Difference?

Brainy Dose Presents: Psychopath VS Sociopath – What’s The Difference? When we think of the words “psychopath” and “sociopath,” we often think of them as meaning the same thing. But what many people don’t know is that there are major differences between the two. Although they seem similar, they are in fact very different. Psychopathy and sociopathy are classified as…

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Zootopia and Why Mental Illness Isn’t In Your Head – Madness in Media

Zootopia, a city that inspired so many hours of children singing, it will surely be remembered as a classic Disney musical despite having only one song in it! The perfect city, where every kind of people has their own district, gentrified to their needs! The movie Zootopia has been praised by paid wanker snobs, YouTube essayists, and general fun seekers…

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How To Tell Your Family You Have SCHIZOPHRENIA- With Schizophrenic Rachel Star

Hey what’s up I’m Rachel Star- schizophrenic, so a lot of people are scared that they don’t know how to tell their families about their diagnosis they’re a little frightened on how they’re going to react. First thing I would suggest sit your loved one down okay and be honest with them tell them what you’ve been going through tell…

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Schizophrenia Managing Techniques: Visual Hallucinations

Hey what’s up, I’m Rachel Star and this is Schizophrenia Managing Techniques specifically for visual hallucinations. Number one, make sure that you are tracking your hallucinations okay keep up with what’s going on write them down write what type it is, okay write what medication you were on you know when you’re having different ones write what’s going on, are…

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