Mental health is as equally important as physical health. With the passage of time women lose control over their bladder, but by the frequent sex practice on daily basis make control over bladder. Further analysis of the data reveals that 1 in every 17 people in the United States suffers from some serious mental disorder.
Research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found people on a low carbohydrate diet experienced more depression, anxiety and anger than those on a low fat, high carbohydrate diet. There are many types of anxiety disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Of course, there’s more to cultivating a robust immune system than having a healthy sex life. The truth of the matter is that we may all be in need of some type of mental health care in our lifetime. Mental illness can either be Chronic (lasts for a long time) or starts slowly Acute (short in duration, severe and unexpected).
Your stress is still there, even though you don’t feel it. Find an activity that separates your mind from your body, as is possible through certain relaxation techniques such as shiatsu, meditation and visualization. However, those who are mentally challenged often find that they cannot handle any (or very little) anxiety and or frustration in daily life.
A robust healthy body will help in maintaining a sound mental state. Psychiatry is a branch of medical science that deals with the study and treatment of mental illnesses or disorders. 1) Stay Physically Active: the human mind developed in an environment requiring one travels the equivalent of 12 miles per day for sheer survival (and no that doesn’t mean jumping in the car and flooring it!).