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The Impact of Physical Illness on Mental Health

While there have been many advances made in the mental health field over the last quarter century, with mental health professionals acknowledging more and more mental illnesses and how they develop, one aspect of mental health is still not widely discussed. This is the actual impact that physical illness has on one’s mental health.

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Glyconutrients and Their Importance for the Health

The body needs many specific types of sugar and sugar-like substances to work properly. A group of these has been given the name glyconutrients. This term is not used in scientific textbooks. The term is an invention of a supplement company, Mannatech, but the substances included in this group all have specific roles in the human body that are described in scientific literature.

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Essential Carnation Oils Have Many Health Benefits

These fragrances, when massaged onto the body or taken in through the nostrils, have a different effect upon the mind and body. For example some oils help to alleviate stress and sleeplessness while other oils help to minimize acne, menstrual, cramps, fatigue, and depression.

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Health Benefits of Green Tea and Black Tea

Black tea is one of the most popular teas in the world. The citizens of England just adore it and use it as a main ingredient in many of their breakfast teas. Black tea comes from the same plant that green tea, white, and oolong tea come from, but it has a distinctively strong flavor and characteristically dark color.

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Black Cohosh - Health Benefits to Women

Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) is a perennial plant whose gnarled root has been used as treatment for various "female problems" for many years. It is well documented that generations of American women have relied on black cohosh to relieve the symptoms of female specific discomforts, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms.

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Can Vitamins Increase Your Health and Vitality?

If you do not have the foundations of good health, like a good diet, regular exercise, keeping up your spiritual and emotional health and reducing your toxic load, no supplements are going to help you very much. But if you do have a good healthy foundation, do you still need vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements?

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Mental Health and Psychosocial Treatments in the Nursing Home

Psychosocial treatments, an important form of mental health intervention includes certain forms of psychotherapy (often called talk therapy) and social skills training. They are helpful in providing support, education, and guidance to emotionally troubled residents and their families.

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Foods That Can Improve Mental Health

Mental health can be attributed to many things, and one of those things is diet. This has warranted the most attention from the mental health community than perhaps any other form of therapy. Nutritional awareness and increased popularity of non-pharmaceutical solutions to health problems has led to a great deal of press and some pretty strong claims on both sides of the mental health argument.

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Control Your Anger For Better Health

Suppose you are standing in the "express" lane of a supermarket checkout. You see that the third person ahead of you has about 25 items and is paying by check when the signage clearly restricts this isle to 10 items and cash-paying customers. You, on the other hand, are standing there with a dollar in your hand to purchase a package of chewing gum.

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Improve Your Brain Health

As we get older, our brains get rusty. This deterioration of the brain eventually leads to Alzheimer's disease. There are ways to improve you brain health however and decrease your chances of getting Alzheimer's disease. Eating a lot of colorful fruits and vegetables is important for brain health. The brighter the colors the better, because fruits and vegetables like this contain a lot of antioxidants which help rid the body of toxins.

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Motivation's Effect on Mental and Physical Health

Many studies have been done to research the effects of motivation and mental health. As the implications of helping those with negative self-esteem, depression and anxiety are immense this is certainly an area of research that deserves a great deal of attention. Psychology Online reports on a study investigating the differences between INTERNAL and EXTERNAL MOTIVATION.

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