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Prevention of Alzheimer's

Almost every person in the world has heard about Alzheimer’s disease. A majority of these people know that it is a disease that strikes the brain and changes it. In...

Prevention of eating disorders

Introduction There are different types of eating disorders but binge eating is the one which is the most common of them all. Every person overeats at least on some occasion...

Etiology of depression

Depression is the mood disorder which scientists have not fully understood yet. Mild depression, experienced by most people at some point of their life, can sometimes turn into its severe...

Music therapy for autism

Music Therapy for Autism Music is one of the common forms of communication of just about any given culture on the planet. It is free of verbal skills and suits...

Speech therapy for autism

Speech Therapy for Autism Autism is first and foremost a developmental disability. The most prominent traits involve: repetitive activities extreme resistance to changes in daily routines unusual responses to common...

Full detailed information on Bipolar disorder

Several mood disorders are brought together under the name bipolar disorder. This disorder is associated with manias, or episodes of excessively elevated mood. Other symptoms along with the depressive episodes...

Cognitive behavioural therapy for eating disorders

Cognitive Therapy and Eating Disorders CBT, that is to say, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy , is quite common a treatment for eating disorders. This disorder tends to help misguided individuals by...

Family therapy for eating disorders

Everybody’s in it Perhaps many people who are not in a direct contact with any of the varieties of eating disorder such as bulimia, anorexia, binge eating and alike regard...

Cognitive therapy for ocd

An Introduction to Cognitive Therapy In treating OCDs A person suffering from OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is a persona who believes that an illogical sequence of events will occur if...

Dealing with compulsive disorders

Dealing With Compulsive Disorders Simply put, a compulsive disorder is "irrational force", or a habit, more like, that forces a person to repeatedly do something they do not want to...