2. Deep Breathing exercises Deep breathing exercises (DBE) slow down the heart rate and normalise the breathing rhythm. It also helps lower the stress and tensions of the day. DBE shuts out distractions and helps a person focus on breathing. This calms and relaxes the body and mind, thus helps to sleep faster. It is suggested to perform DBE for 10-15 minutes, at least two hours before sleep. … [Read more...] about What Are The Best Exercises To Sleep Better?
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In the opening scene of the much-awaited film, Dil Bechara, which has late actor Sushant Singh Rajput and actress Sanjana Sanghi in the lead, we see Sushant Singh Rajput wearing a basketball vest. Well, this jersey has a Basketball player connection and well, the news has been doing rounds on the internet. So, let's talk about what happened. … [Read more...] about Sushant Singh Rajput’s Jersey In Dil Bechara Makes NBA Basketball Player Reggie Miller React
So, Kartik Aaryan was decked up in a full-sleeved dark brown-hued knitted sweater. What caught our attention was his black knitted mask, which almost covered his full face (except forehead). His mask featured subtle intricate stripes. Well, he made a mask out of his sweater and gave us interesting goals for particularly winter season. The Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 actor also wore spectacles over his sweater-mask to give it an amusing spin. His glasses came from the label Irus Eyewear. … [Read more...] about This B-Town Actor Spreads Coronavirus Safety Awareness In The Most Stylish Way, Guess Who Is He!
5. Offer concrete support. In a depressive episode, even the most capable person can struggle with what could otherwise seem a simple task (like calling a doctor, booking an appointment, and getting to that appointment on time). Someone struggling with depression may not know to answer a broad question like, “How can I help?” Instead, offer specific concrete support such as: Can I just sit here with you quietly? Can I drive you to your doctor’s appointment and wait outside? Would you like to go for a walk? … [Read more...] about When Your “Person” Has Depression
The Stanford work on using EEG to predict treatment outcomes is just one of several new diagnostic methods being developed to determine which patients will respond to which drugs. For example, research in the emerging field of pharmacogenetics suggests that genetic screening of depressed patients may ultimately help predict not only which patients will best respond to different medications, but also which patients are most likely to experience adverse side effects. … [Read more...] about Brain Waves May Help Predict Who Will Benefit From an Antidepressant