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  • Nishi Roy THANKSGIVING – Make it a Part of Everyday Behavior
    , November 23, 2012

      With the excitement and brouhaha of Thanksgiving having just got over, I have always wondered would it not be wonderful to have this sense of gratitude every single day and not just be reserved for one day of the year? Oh, I know this makes me sound terribly old fashioned and so very boring, [...]

  • Jennifer Myers Exercise And Mental Health : Jennifer Myers
    , November 12, 2012

    Dealing with my illness over the past few years, the one activity in particular that has been key to helping me maintain my quality of life has been exercise. In addition to all the medications, psychiatrist visits, and therapy appointments, consistent exercise has been great for my overall health, as well as my psychological and [...]

  • Jennifer Myers Strengthening Our Marriage With Couples Therapy
    , October 22, 2012

    The therapist I’m currently seeing is winding up her rotation in December, and I’ve really valued her input and the time I’ve spent with her. I believe now more than ever how helpful and healing weekly, individual therapy can be. When I was released from the hospital last year, my husband and I decided to [...]

  • Nishi Roy Ketamine for Depression Relief Instantly, Most Important Discovery In 50 Years
    , October 11, 2012

    Perhaps one of the most significant discoveries to be made in the field of mental health medicine in more than 50 years is the almost instantaneous positive effect of ketamine, often referred to as the ‘club drug’ (a favorite at rave parties) on patients suffering from depression. The latest advance has recently been published in [...]

  • Priya Menon WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY: CureTalk Salutes Courage and Determination of Mental Health Disorder Survivors
    , October 10, 2012 Scientific Media Editor at Curetalk

    On World Health Mental Day, I would like to look back and re-connect with mental health disorder survivors who have been associated with CureTalk. By way of the patient platform, CureTalk interviewed mental health disorder survivors and shared their stories – their triumphs, their disappointments, their motivations, and most of their courage with our readers [...]

  • Priya Menon Alzheimer’s-Diabetes Connection, Diet, and Diabetes Type 3
    , October 10, 2012 Scientific Media Editor at Curetalk

      Diabetes Type 3! You probably would not have heard of this type of diabetes (at least I had not until I began following Alzheimer’s disease). Many researchers have been calling Alzheimer’s as type 3 diabetes since 2005. Apparently, it has been discovered that when the brain cells become insulin resistant, there is less energy [...]

  • Nishi Roy Depression On the Rise Worldwide: WHO
    , October 10, 2012

      On the occasion of World Mental Health Day (10th October), it is imperative that as citizens of the world, we do our bit in trying to end the stigma associated with mental health problems, including depression, which is now a very common occurrence among people. 2012 happens to be a red-letter year, as the [...]

  • Nishi Roy Alzheimer Patients May Benefit from Diabetes Drug: Journal Brain Research
    , October 10, 2012

      According to a recent scientific research, drugs meant for Type II diabetes could prove to be a boon for those suffering from neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s disease. The research published in the journal Brain Research is being funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK, and conducted by researchers from the University of Ulster, UK. Activation of [...]

  • Jennifer Myers Mental Illness: Fighting the Stigma
    , October 4, 2012

    I’ve received a couple of emails recently related to my schizoaffective disorder blog  asking me for advice. I’m starting to realize how difficult it is for people to understand mental illness. Every person is unique, and so what might work for one individual may not be suitable for another. Families and loved ones in particular are [...]

  • Jennifer Myers The Night I Started Hearing Voices, April 2002
    , September 20, 2012

    In much the same way that my life over the past few years had gradually grown increasingly more unstable and chaotic, the events that night gradually grew increasingly more surreal and bizarre. Ultimately, my last night at the house in Oxnard was much more than just a psychotic delusion, it was a real-life nightmare, and [...]

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