Ajinkya Thakare

How Do You Know If You Have Depression?

The World Health Organization states, “Depression is the leading cause of disability.” It may cause a person to take their own life, damage their relationships, make it highly challenging to work and maintain their health, and sometimes even compel them to end their lives. If appropriately explained, depression is a mood disorder that causes constant […]

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Manage my Stress

Stress is a bodily response to the demands of life. It is an experience everyone has but too much stress can be harmful. There are emotional and mental aspects of stress. It is experienced as thoughts and feelings as well as in the body.  Mental stress response to psychological threats. Some of these threats might

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Sleep Disorder

Sleep-wake disorders are marked by disturbances in sleep patterns. They may impact physical, mental, and emotional health. External factors can cause sleep disorders. These may include anxiety, depression, trauma, or a life transition. General symptoms of sleep disorders include: Difficulty falling or staying asleep Daytime fatigue Strong urge to take naps during the day Unusual breathing

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Sexual Wellness

Sexual wellness can be defined as a blend of physical state, mental state, and social well-being that has a connection with sexuality. Growing awareness regarding sexual wellness inspires a positive and respectful approach involving sexuality and sexual relationships. This also ensures that the couple involved in it goes for a safe and pleasurable experience without

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Self Esteem and Confidence

Self-esteem and self-confidence overlap, but they are different. Self-esteem refers to whether you appreciate and value yourself. Your self-esteem develops and changes as a result of your life experiences and interactions with other people. Self-confidence is your belief in yourself and your abilities. This can change depending on the situation. It’s normal to feel quite

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Obsession and compulsion

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that’s characterized by obsessive thoughts and compulsive behavior. A person with OCD has unwanted, disturbing thoughts, urges, or images that drive them to do something repetitively. Symptoms of Obsession-Compulsion Thought block  Apprehension Restlessness Difficulty in breathing Need to carry out the action Being in a continuous loop Fear

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What you must know about Fears and Phobias

A phobia is an intense fear of something that, in reality, poses little or no actual danger. Common phobias and fears include closed-in places, heights, highway driving, flying insects, snakes, and needles. However, you can develop phobias of virtually anything. While most phobias develop in childhood, they can also develop in later life. Understanding your

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