Coffee Has Surprising Effect On Mental Health

How coffee consumption is linked to both mental and physical health. Moderate coffee consumption is linked to reduced depression risk and lower levels of Parkinson’s and dementia, new research finds. Not only that, but the review of more than 200…

The Most Overlooked Factor in Depression Recovery

Only relatively small changes are needed to see benefits to depressive symptoms. A healthy diet is one of the most overlooked factors in recovering from depression, recent research claims. The Mediterranean diet in particular provides the vitamins and minerals the…

6 Habits That Can Fight Depressive Symptoms

Psychological studies support these six fascinating ways of fighting depressive symptoms. 1. Change how you see the future It’s often assumed that it’s depression that causes a pessimistic view of the future. But it could be the other way around,…

What Your Facebook Posts Say About Your Personality

Facebook updates can reveal narcissism and low self-esteem. People habitually posting to Facebook about exercise, diets and accomplishments are more likely to be narcissists, a new study finds. And bragging about accomplishments does tend to attract more attention from friends.…

The Weirdest Way To Instantly Relieve Stress

Difficulties dealing with stress are linked to mental health problems. Smelling your partner’s clothes helps to reduce stress levels, new research finds. Women who smelled their partner’s t-shirt felt calmer afterwards. In comparison, those who smelled a stranger’s t-shirt experienced… read more

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