Being an Introvert: What Kind of Introvert Are You?

An introvert – is a person, that changes the world in silence. Carl Gustav Jung started to divide people into extroverts and introverts according to their temperament, behavior, and interaction with the outside world. Then, introverts

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Seasonal Affective Disorder – What is it and How to Prevent?

Firstly, let’s learn some general facts about seasonal depression or seasonal affective disorder: what is it and what are the symptoms and signs? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of the major depressive disorder

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Triskaidekaphobia or Fear of the Number 13

Triskaidekaphobia is fear of the number 13. This fear is considered superstition, historically associated with religious prejudices. A specific fear of Friday the 13th is called paraskevidekatriaphobia or friggatriskaidekaphobia. These words are long anough to

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Neurotransmitters – Why Our World Would End If They Disappeared?

The human body is like a super sensitive apparatus. It is undoubtedly the most uniquely designed bio-computer, where millions of processes take place. These processes are called biochemical processes. This article is devoted to neurotransmitters.

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Scopophobia or Fear of Being Watched

Scopophobia (or scoptophobia) is the fear of others, fear of disappointing them. Sometimes, people suffering from this disease cross the line. For example, it is necessary to go out because of emergency but a person

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MAOI – What Everybody Ought to Know About MAOI

MAO or monoamine oxidase – is a ferment found in the gastrointestinal tract. MAO help to break up all the substances that our organisms get with food. MAO inhibitors are being effectively used for treating

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Arachnophobia: How to Overcome Fear of Spiders

Arachnophobia is one of the most wide-spread phobias and it’s also one of the most natural phobias. But sometimes the natural hazard prevention mechanism in our brain works in extreme way. “In this world, there

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Bipolar and Suicide: The Risk Factors and Rates

If you’ve noticed the symptoms of bipolar disorder in someone or even yourself, don’t wait for it to disappear into thin air on its own. Ignoring the problem will only make it worse. The life

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Coulrophobia or Fear of Clowns

Coulrophobia is an irrational fear of clowns, especially painted in classic colors, with an excessively big smile and a white face. The disease occurs most often in childhood but the symptoms persist when the patient

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The History of Bipolar Disorder – Digging Through Time

This article is devoted to the history of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is one of the oldest illnesses – the first records of it appeared a long time ago. Its history goes back to the

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