Depression and Exercise

Depression and Exercise

Introduction When you have depression, exercise can often be the last thing you want to do. But when you find the right type of exercise for you and make it a habit, it can make a substantial difference. Exercise has emerged as a powerful tool to aid in managing...
Social Media and Mental Well-being

Social Media and Mental Well-being

Social media’s pervasive influence extends far beyond mere communication; it has reshaped the very fabric of social interaction and personal identity. Its impact on mental health is multifaceted, with research indicating both beneficial and detrimental effects....
What is Cerebral Palsy?

What is Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy (CP) can be defined as a collection of conditions which primarily affect movement and posture but can also affect cognitive functioning. The condition is usually the result of damage sustained to the developing brain either pre or postnatally. CP can be...
Unveiling the Magnetic Revolution: TMS at the Forefront of Therapy

Unveiling the Magnetic Revolution: TMS at the Forefront of Therapy

In the dynamic realm of psychiatric and neurological treatments, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) has emerged as a transformative tool, offering hope and relief to individuals grappling with treatment-resistant conditions. “The technology is far outstripping...
Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder: What is it and what to do?

Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder: What is it and what to do?

Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as spring depression, is a variant of SAD that occurs during the transition from winter to spring. Unlike the more common form of SAD that affects individuals in the colder months, reverse SAD strikes as the days...