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Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can affect a person`s thoughts, behaviour, feelings and physical well-being.
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People who suffer from irregular heartbeat could benefit from doing yoga regularly.
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Getting six to nine hours of sleep a night is associated with higher ratings for quality of life and lower ratings for depression.
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Depression risk in women may decrease with increased consumption of caffeinated coffee, according to a new study.
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LEARN TO RELAX!
Unwind, take up a hobby and start socialising. This fights stress and depression.
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The brains of people tripping on magic mushrooms have given the best picture yet of how psychedelic drugs work.
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Boosting the effect of acupuncture needles with small electric currents may be effective in treating depression, a study in Hong Kong has found.
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Plant compounds from a South African flower may in time be used to treat diseases originating in the brain – including depression, according to researchers.
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Mindfulness yoga may help reduce depression in pregnant women, according to a University of Michigan Health System pilot feasibility study.
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Brown University scientists have shed light on why does training in mindfulness meditation help patients manage chronic pain and depression.
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Yoga, the 5,000-year-old Indian practice, has positive effects on mild depression and sleep complaints, even in the absence of drug treatments.
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Moms-to-be, take note! Yoga can reduce the risk of anxiety and depression in pregnant women, according to a first-of-its-kind UK study.