During the midst of COVID pandemic many individuals have had a significant increase in symptoms of anxiety. The pandemic naturally stimulates fear of the unknown and fear of the lack of control.
The lockdown period due to COVID-19 outbreak has given us time. Time to slow down. Time to breathe in and take life in. Time to shut down.
PsyCare shares essential tips for preventing a mental meltdown.
PsyCare recognises and understands the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and offers the following wellbeing advice.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder that makes one feel sad, lethargic and low, especially in winters.
Researchers have increasingly been studying the effects of diet and nutrition on mental health. Many of them have noticed that people who follow a standard Western diet, which includes highly processed foods and added sugars, have higher risks of developing anxiety and depression. Although the majority of the research to date has focused on the […]
Last year, Rishika (name changed), a 12-year-old student of a reputed school in the national capital, began feeling restless. She knew something was not right and looked around for help but found none. Her working parents barely had time for her and the teachers in school would only discuss the syllabus and its completion. Six […]
Do you feel down in the dumps, when the weather goes cold? Relax. You are not alone. The cold and dreary winter season forces us to stay indoors, get less exercise, become unsociable and eat unhealthy food. This impacts both our mental and physical health. Here are some easy tips to help you look after […]