5 natural ways to sleep better
Researchers recently published an article in International Journal of Science and Research that recommended these 5 natural ways for dealing with sleep disorders.
A large body of research has emerged over the years that shows a healthy diet is connected with positive mental health, and a significant portion of that research also shows the opposite (poor diet is connected to poor mental health).
One particular area of diet that seems to be the most alarming is sugar. This includes sweets, soft drinks, desserts, added sugar in drinks, and so on.
Here are 3 studies published within the last few months that show a connection between sugar consumption and mental health:
Does research into nutrition and mental health interest you? Have you appreciated the research conducted on Truehope products?
The Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care funds and facilitates research in mental health.
According to fund advisor and mental health researcher, Dr. Bonnie Kaplan, the foundation has distributed $560,000.00 to date. But it isn’t enough. Research has stalled because of a lack of funding. Dr. Kaplan reports that the foundation could still use at least $250,000. Such funding could make a difference in encouraging recovery-based mental health research.
Digestive problems and bowel issues can be a source of concern and frustration for Truehope participants. If it’s not cramping and diarrhea, it’s cramping and constipation.
What causes these conditions? There are many factors, including diet, genetics, over-use of laxatives or diarrhea medication, or simply using many different types of prescription medications.
Whatever the cause, here are some suggestions to help you cope:
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Last year, Indian researchers published a study in the Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research that outlines several lifestyle habits that can play a role in child mental health.
The researchers searched through research published between January 2000 and January 2014, specifically looking at studies focusing on diet and mental health.
What they discovered is that the research shows 4 lifestyle habits associated with poor mental health in children:
American researchers published a study earlier this year in NeuroRegulation finding a connection between what we eat for breakfast and our mental health.
The study was a case study involving a 12-year-old girl. The researchers had participate in 3 different breakfast scenarios, then they measured her brain activity using quantitative EEG.
Did you know that what you listen to can have a positive impact on your mood and stress levels?
Japanese researchers discovered that listening to sounds from nature can improve our mental health. Participants in their study had to listen to 4 recorded sounds—ocean waves, birds by a stream, thunderstorms, and bird songs—for 10 minutes per song. They also were exposed to 5 minutes of silence. The nature sounds had a positive mental effect on study participants.
Swedish researchers found something similar when they put 40 university students in 4 stressful arithmetic tests.