In order to keep you informed of the latest developments in the mental health field, our writers work hard to produce informational blogs to keep you up to date. Our blogs cover a variety of subjects relevant to mental health.

Refer to this page periodically for new blogs contributing current information on treatment and medications in the field of mental health.



Foods and mental health­–1: 7 super foods to keep depression at bay

Foods and mental health­–1: 7 super foods to keep depression at bay

November 21st, 2016 | CMHH Team

A number of lifestyle factors can make an individual feel depressed. These can either be stress at work, trouble in family, or fight with a loved one. An individual may resort to various means to get over his/her bad state of mind and fend off depression. One may interact more with his/her friends, read a […]

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Time to talk about men's mental health- Part 2: Common mental disorders in men

Time to talk about men’s mental health- Part 2: Common mental disorders in men

November 2nd, 2016 | CMHH Team

Many men suffer from acute mental illnesses but do not report it to their physicians either because they are ashamed or scared of the stigma attached. As a result, they end up suffering from lifelong disorders, which when left untreated, can become severe. However, no one needs to live like this. Men can now avail […]

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Debunking myths surrounding schizophrenia

Debunking myths surrounding schizophrenia

September 29th, 2016 | CMHH Team

People often use stereotypes to describe schizophrenia. This could be because people often don’t know much about the disease and end up believing popular myths without trying to find out the truth. Like many other mental illnesses, schizophrenia is also misunderstood. It is widely held that “schizophrenia is untreatable,” which only shows the lack of […]

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Food items that can help fight depression

Food items that can help fight depression

September 2nd, 2016 | CMHH Team

Depression is a common but severe mental disorder that interferes with an individual’s daily life. Many a times, people fail to read the symptoms of depression which makes its treatment difficult. While medication advised by clinicians play important role in the treatment, a person suffering from depression can also bring in certain changes in food […]

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Child abuse may trigger mental disorders during adulthood

Child abuse may trigger mental disorders during adulthood

August 19th, 2016 | CMHH Team

People who have suffered from some sort of abuse, either physical or mental, during their childhood have a higher chance of developing psychological disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), nearly 43.8 million Americans of the total population suffer from some sort of […]

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Breaking the stereotype: Mental illness is “not in the head”

Breaking the stereotype: Mental illness is “not in the head”

June 14th, 2016 | CMHH Team

Mental illness is not an illusion, nor is it a mistaken belief that something is wrong with the mind. It is a disorder that needs immediate medical attention like any other disease. As one cannot “get over” cancer just at a snap, an individual who is suffering from mental illness also needs a proper treatment. […]

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Childhood abuse may give way to impulse control problems: Study

Childhood abuse may give way to impulse control problems: Study

March 21st, 2016 | CMHH Team

“Trauma is personal. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or invalidated the silent screams continue internally heard only by the one held captive. When someone enters the pain and hears the screams, healing can begin.”

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Visit by loved ones can help dementia patients who feel isolated: Study

Visit by loved ones can help dementia patients who feel isolated: Study

February 4th, 2016 | CMHH Team

When a person exhibits symptoms such as memory loss, impaired judgment, loss of communication skills and faulty reasoning, he or she could be suffering from the problem of dementia that we tend to ignore most of the times.

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Schizophrenia: The most misunderstood mental disorder

Schizophrenia: The most misunderstood mental disorder

January 12th, 2016 | CMHH Team

Schizophrenia is an often misunderstood and mistakenly portrayed mental health disorder. It is a mental disorder  which creates a range of cognitive, behavioral and emotional dysfunction. It has affected people through history and causes alarming symptoms such as delusions, hallucinations, changes in mood and more. Schizophrenia normally begins to affect men around the age of […]

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