Workaholism& Psychiatric Disorders

Workaholics have a compulsion to work. They work excessively even it interferes with their sleep, health and relationship with family and friends. On the surface, they may seem to like and enjoy their work, but deep down they simply feel compelled to overwork. A large research study in Norway indicates that workaholics are more likely…

7 Types of Depression

Depression is one of the most common ailments affecting human beings and is the leading cause of disability in the United States among people between the ages of 15 and 24.  Majority (80%) of individuals who get treatment for depression show an improvement within 4-6 weeks.  However, it is unfortunate that two thirds of the…

Social Media & Teen Mental Health

Total social media time not related to teen anxiety and depression It’s not the quantity but quality of time spent on social media that determines the outcome. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the time teens spend on social networking sites has increased a great deal, 62.5% in last 9 years to be exact,…