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Archive for 2014

Insomnia? Perhaps the Moon is to blame!

For centuries myths have swirled like clouds around the possibility that the full moon affects the human psyche. According to a new small study by researcher in Switzerland, one influence is real – at or near full moon, they found that people’s sleep is affected. Their participants […]

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How CBT works to help alleviate anxiety

There are a number of CBT techniques that draw upon the power of imagery in tackling anxiety disorders by modifying the persistent negative images that patients hold of the anxiety provoking stimulus. One of the most effective techniques is exposure therapy where the patient confronts fear evoking […]

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Reducing symptoms of anxiety

Professor Elaine Fox has investigated our roadmap to resilience. She wanted to understand better why some people are emotionally vulnerable. Fear systems are crucial motivator of our behaviours but where we differ is in the automatic mechanism guiding our attention. She discovered that people differ profoundly in […]

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Unhelpful Cognitive Behavioural Traps!

From the book The situation is hopeless but not serious of Paul Watzlawick, clinical professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioural science at Stanford University Medical Centre here are some interesting quotes: “Maturity is the ability to do something even though your parents have reccommended it” […]

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MORE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT FOR MOOD DISORDERS

Biomedical Engineering Research Group (BERG) established in 2004 is leading the way in a discipline that is transforming developments in medicine and healthcare delivery. BERG has recently been awarded a major research grant by the National Institute of Health Research to develop a personal lithium blood analyser […]

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