Psychiatry Articles


#LadiesAndBabies: Postpartum Depression

6 September, 2019

You must be waiting for the second series of Ladies and Babies. So here we are with a new topic – ‘Postpartum Depression’. We aim to educate our female population about issues and problems we often go through. Always remember, we are the ones who run the world. Let us get started with today’s topic. …


#FreedomFrom Poor Medical Experience

13 August, 2019

Do you buy the first dress that you try on or do you consider a few options before putting your best choice into the cart? We are sure that you have a good look at most options before investing your money.Potential consumers are given a wide range of choices because of the developing markets. Similarly, …


Want To Ease Social Anxiety Disorder? Let Us Help You

1 August, 2019

Why is everyone looking at me? They are laughing, is it me that they are laughing at? Should I take a different route? They are definitely talking about me! I should go home. I should hide. This is an example of the thought process of a person with Social Anxiety Disorder. Social anxiety is more …


Anxiety Disorders, A Quick Summary Of This Mental Condition

26 July, 2019

Almost every one of us feels nervous now and then. It’s a normal emotion. But you may experience persistent anxiety, seemingly uncontrollable, and overwhelming fright of everyday situations which can be disabling. When anxiety hinders your daily activities, you may have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are a different group of mental illnesses and can …


Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Everything You should Know

24 July, 2019

Major depression also known as major depressive disorder (MDD) is characterized by a continual feeling of sadness or a lack of interest. This extremely complex disease is poorly understood and is thought to be caused by both genetic and environmental factors.It’s a serious condition that affects the patient’s ability to work, eat, and go about …


Why Don’t We Take Depression Seriously?

30 September, 2014

Why depression needs to be taken seriously Feeling of sadness, loss of interest in everyday activities, loss of appetite, lack of sleep, and poor concentration are just some signs of depression, a common mental disorder that affects a person’s ability to function and cope with everyday routine. In its most severe form, depression can lead …


Drug Abuse & Suicidal Tendency

12 March, 2014

There is a strong link between substance abuse (addiction to prescription drugs, alcohol and controlled substances, along with drugs) and suicidal tendencies. The interplay of the drugs used, brain’s chemistry and a person’s personal issues can be overwhelming, increasing the risk of suicide. Research has strengthened this viewpoint over the years: A study published in …