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‘I don’t want to go back to normal’: As pandemic fades, some find anxiety grows

‘I don’t want to go back to normal’: As pandemic fades, some find anxiety grows

Before the pandemic, Kelsey Darragh, a filmmaker and comedian in Los Angeles, dedicated an hour each morning to showering, applying makeup, doing her hair and finding the right outfit. Now, she just rolls out of bed and puts on something comfortable. “Having that brain space back in the morning has been so soothing,” the 30-year-old …

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87 per cent of musicians say their mental health has deteriorated during lockdown - News - Mixmag

87 per cent of musicians say their mental health has deteriorated during lockdown – News – Mixmag

87 per cent of musicians say their mental health has deteriorated during lockdown. The finding is from a new report by Help Musicians. The charity surveyed 700 musicians at the start of this year to find out how the pandemic and the lockdown has affected them. Help Musicians has recorded a 65 per cent increase …

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Roman Kemp: I’ve been on antidepressants for 13 years – it’s time men discussed mental health

Roman Kemp: I’ve been on antidepressants for 13 years – it’s time men discussed mental health

Roman Kemp is many things: breakfast radio DJ, television presenter, pin-up of Gen Z and son of the former pop stars Martin Kemp and Shirlie Holliman. At 28, he has carved out a successful TV career, beating stars like Ian Wright and Caitlyn Jenner to be a runner-up on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out …

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Emotional Responses to ADHD Behaviors are Counterproductive

Emotional Responses to ADHD Behaviors are Counterproductive

Kids with ADHD are often viewed as having behavior problems, in part, because parents and professionals have difficulty parsing out executive functioning, social learning, emotional regulation challenges, and behavior issues. Delayed executive function skills in the areas of emotional regulation, cognitive flexibility, and impulse control often present as behavioral in nature — they appear intentional …

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It might seem crazy - The pandemic has changed the shape of global happiness | International | The Economist

It might seem crazy – The pandemic has changed the shape of global happiness | International | The Economist

São Paulo and Seoul THE COVID-19 pandemic has done nothing good for the mood of Park Ha-young, an undergraduate at Seoul National University. She spent much of last year worrying about the disease, and her chances of spreading it: “I was terrified of becoming the person to cause a huge outbreak.” Her freedom has been …

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New guidelines aim to rectify diagnosis and treatment hurdles for adult ADHD sufferers | SBS News

New guidelines aim to rectify diagnosis and treatment hurdles for adult ADHD sufferers | SBS News

Video above: Insight hears from adults navigating the life-shaping consequences of living with ADHD. Full ep. Tuesday March 16 at 8:30pm and on SBS On Demand. Adult Attention Deficit & Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is estimated to be under-diagnosed and under-treated. It affects around 815,000 people in Australia – 2.5 per cent of adults globally. Core symptoms …

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Everything Is Not OK – mental health agencies team up to call for more funding – GuelphToday.com

Without funding increases for mental health and addiction services, suicides will continue to rise, domestic violence will grow and more families will fall apart. That’s the prediction of Helen Fishburn, CEO at the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) of Waterloo Wellington, and the inspiration behind a call for government action. “I know that sounds dramatic, but …

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Face masks safe to use during intense exercise, research suggests | Coronavirus | The Guardian

Face masks safe to use during intense exercise, research suggests | Coronavirus | The Guardian

Face masks can be worn safely during intense exercise, and could reduce the risk of Covid-19 spreading at indoor gyms, preliminary findings suggests. Scientists from the Monzino Cardiology Centre (CCM) in Milan and the University of Milan tested the breathing rate, heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen levels of six women and men on exercise …

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Green health: a tree-filled street can positively influence depression, study finds | Baltimore | The Guardian

Green health: a tree-filled street can positively influence depression, study finds | Baltimore | The Guardian

In 2005, when Celena Owens purchased an investment property in the up-and-coming East Baltimore neighborhood of Oliver, it was supposed to make her life better. But three years later, the housing market crashed, neighborhood renewal stalled, and the home that was going to be a rental became her full-time residence. Owens fell into what she …

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