Can abdominal pain affect brain function?

Brief pain is something your brain and body can handle with ease. But chronic pain, especially if it is originating from the abdomen, is an entirely different story. Chronic abdominal pain can have complex and lasting effects on your brain. It changes how the brain responds to pain signals. Eva Szigethy, a professor of psychiatry and medicine and the … Continue reading Can abdominal pain affect brain function?

NHS doctors instructed to postpone routine care and administer covid-19 vaccines instead

The British Medical Association and The National Health Services (NHS) have instructed general practitioners to postpone routine checkups and administer covid-19 vaccines instead. Healthcare systems around the world have been radically transformed in 2020, as family and friends are barred from their loved ones and conditioned to believe that getting vaccinated is the only way people … Continue reading NHS doctors instructed to postpone routine care and administer covid-19 vaccines instead

Real life study: Masked schoolchildren are harmed physically, psychologically, behaviorally and suffer from 24 distinct health issues

A first-of-its-kind study, involving over 25,000 children, reveals that masks are harming schoolchildren in many physical and psychological ways and have a negative effect on their behavior, focus and interest in learning. These negative effects are censored from social media, under-reported by the media, and ignored by government officials. Of the 25,930 children studied, the database includes … Continue reading Real life study: Masked schoolchildren are harmed physically, psychologically, behaviorally and suffer from 24 distinct health issues

Living near Nature may help improve your mental health amid coronavirus pandemic, study suggests

Living near nature might just help mitigate some of the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s mental health, according to a study by researchers from the University of Tokyo (UTokyo). Published recently in Ecological Applications, it revealed that more frequent use of green spaces, such as parks and forests, and the presence of a green window view from within the home were associated with greater levels … Continue reading Living near Nature may help improve your mental health amid coronavirus pandemic, study suggests

Coronavirus fears are causing “delusional pyschosis” in Americans, cautions psychiatrist

Over the past few months, millions of Americans have grown afraid of catching the COVID-19 virus and dying from it. But whether these people were fed lies or unknowingly consumed misinformation online, the result is the same: delusional psychosis. During the virtual Truth Over Fear Summit held shortly before the election, Mark McDonald, a psychiatrist in Los Angeles, … Continue reading Coronavirus fears are causing “delusional pyschosis” in Americans, cautions psychiatrist

Cravings for social contact mimic hunger in the brain, study reveals

Loneliness can trigger “cravings” for social interaction in the brain just as hunger can trigger cravings for food, according to a study led by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The study, published recently in Nature Neuroscience, revealed that after only one day of isolation, the thought of social interaction stimulates the same brain region activated during hunger cravings. Put simply, a … Continue reading Cravings for social contact mimic hunger in the brain, study reveals

Researchers eye N-acetylcysteine as a potential natural treatment for psychiatric conditions like depression and schizophrenia

N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is a supplement form of the amino acid cysteine. It plays an important role in your body’s detoxification process and helps mitigate the side effects of drugs and environmental toxins. In fact, it is commonly used to treat people who overdose on acetaminophen (Tylenol), which can cause acute liver toxicity when taken in large doses. … Continue reading Researchers eye N-acetylcysteine as a potential natural treatment for psychiatric conditions like depression and schizophrenia

Board-certified psychiatrist witnessed hundreds of REAL “demonic possessions”

A renowned board-certified psychiatrist has claimed to have witnessed hundreds of demonic possessions despite being an avowed “man of science.” Dr. Richard Gallagher said he was initially skeptical of demonic possession, despite being a devout Catholic himself. The Columbia University and New York Medical College faculty member eventually served as a scientific adviser to the International Association of Exorcists. Gallagher has … Continue reading Board-certified psychiatrist witnessed hundreds of REAL “demonic possessions”

Exercising helps prevent and reduce an angry mood: Study

The next time you find yourself feeling intense bouts of anger, try doing a couple of jumping jacks or a round or two of cycling. This is according to a team of researchers who found that acute aerobic exercise, such as jumping jacks or brisk walking, can help minimize or even dispel feelings of anger. The … Continue reading Exercising helps prevent and reduce an angry mood: Study

Coronavirus pandemic linked to increase in “anger and confrontation” among family and friends

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has drastically changed how people go about their daily lives. From being confined indoors to working remotely, families have no choice but to spend more time with each other to prevent the further spread of the disease. But the results of a U.K. survey reveals that COVID-19-related lockdowns and self-quarantines are linked … Continue reading Coronavirus pandemic linked to increase in “anger and confrontation” among family and friends