Binge watching is unhealthy for your sleep

Binge Watching Is Unhealthy for Your Sleep

Frequent binge watching leas to poor sleep quality and insomnia, researchers report.

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Expectations, sensitivity and ability to manage hallucinations in voice-hearers and individuals withs schizophrenia

Expectations, Sensitivity and Ability to Manage Hallucinations in Voice-hearers and Individuals Withs Schizophrenia

A new study has discovered that people who hear voices — both with and without a diagnosed psychotic illness — are more sensitive than other people to a 125-year-old experiment designed to induce hallucinations.

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Loneliness a bigger killer than obesity, say researchers

Loneliness a Bigger Killer Than Obesity, Say Researchers

Two new meta-analyses from Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, UT, reveal that loneliness and social isolation may increase the risk of premature death by up to 50 percent.

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Poorer outcomes in the workplace for individuals with bipolar disorder

Poorer Outcomes in the Workplace for Individuals With Bipolar Disorder

Individuals who disclosed their condition faced social exclusion and higher stress at work, according to a study.

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Reasons and consequences of stopping psychiatric medication

Reasons and Consequences of Stopping Psychiatric Medication

A new study from researchers at UCLA found that more than half of people succeed in stopping the use of psychiatric drugs and suggests for mental health professionals to provide support when patients wish to stop psychiatric medications.

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People can use anxiety to motivate themselves, study finds

People Can Use Anxiety to Motivate Themselves, Study Finds

A high-stress environment may be a boon rather than a bane for some. According to new research published in the Journal of Individual Differences, some anxious individuals can use that experience to motivate themselves.

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