Sensitivity often gets a bad rap. It’s commonly perceived as a sign of weakness or instability.
Building resilience in the face of stress is more than just a personal virtue; it’s an essential skill for navigating the ups and downs of modern life.
These mental health conditions can be debilitating, affecting every facet of life from relationships to work performance.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
One of the driving forces behind this change is the advocacy work of celebrities who have used their platforms to destigmatise mental health issues.
- Resources, Announcements & Books
Psychreg has been shortlisted in two prominent categories for the Mental Health Blog Awards (MHBA) 2023: Blogger of the Year and Vlogger of the Year.
- Health & Medicine
Nearly 1-in-20 US adults experience the co-occurrence of chronic pain and anxiety or depression, resulting in functional limitations in daily life.
The rail industry is the backbone of modern society, ensuring that people and goods move efficiently across the country.
Thankfully, enhancing your quality of life doesn’t require a complete overhaul.
- Business & Industry
You may have heard the term “quiet quitting”, as it has been quite a (negative) trend at many workplaces in recent times.
Russell Brand, the comedian and actor, is currently facing serious allegations of sexual assault.
The transition to university life is a monumental step, filled with new experiences, friendships, and academic challenges.
That overwhelming sensation, often accompanied by a sense of wonder and insignificance in the grand scheme of things, is what psychologists refer to as awe.
All events the body experiences are perceived through the sensory network of nerves, then recorded in the body’s tissue, and continue on into the brain.
Some seek solace in medical interventions, while others find refuge in a belief system or a higher power. But how exactly does belief serve as an elixir for the mind?
Incontinence is a reality many adults grapple with, yet it remains shrouded in silence due to embarrassment.