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Treatment Approaches for Anxiety Disorders

The treatment of anxiety disorders is variable and will be directly linked to thenature and severity of the anxiety being experienced by the person. As mentionedabove, anxiety is one of the most treatable psychiatric disorders. However, it mustalso be remembered that anxiety may coexist in the presence of other psychologicaldisorders, such as depression. All this […]

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How to control your emotions

This is a common scene in our lives: You work in a tense one day after coming home from work and want to be left aside . Your lover and children don’t understand, and even show indifference to complain to you. Rather than alleviate your fatigue at this time, it is converted into greater psychological […]

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How to keep mood good

Under the living conditions of the people in a fast paced,Will inevitably lead to some psychological pressure,Make people feel unhappy.How can I obtain a good mood, make yourself happy?Here are some ways to maintain good mood should be useful. Process 1:music appreciation have two functions of psychological treatment and physical treatment . High strong rhythm, […]

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How to overcome nightmares

Nightmare, almost everyone, nightmare will affect people’s mood, even the life and the work, how to  overcome nightmares? Nightmare, let this not easy modern neural revved up guy. In the poll, 47.4% of people said nightmare influence their sleep quality. 13.6% said increased psychological burden, become more anxiety, depression, etc.; 4.9% of the people more serious, […]

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How to raise children courage

 The child timid, there are a variety of reasons, how to develop the child’s courage?  Cause children timid, many reasons, parents only find a reason, to suit the remedy to the case. The possible reasons are as follows:  1, congenital factors. Parents introverted, not with people, children genetic their characteristics. Parents should understand their children’s […]

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How to Develop The Children’s Confession Psychological

If the children make mistakes ,but have no confession psychological ,it may bad for their growth .So ,what we can do to develop their confession psychological? Parents can use suggested ,role models ,encourage and edify method to train their children’s confession psychological. Suggested : When children appeared slight negligence ,parents do not be eager to […]

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Ways to deal with stress: top 12 ways of dealing with stress

How to deal with stress? There are 12 ways to deal with stress. The main anti-stress self-help principles are laid out below in a twelve-point plan. 1.Exercise more. The important features are not what you do, but how much, and how often. Regularity is essential, and so is making it aerobic (getting out-of-breath and a […]

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How to reduce stress:Talk about ways to reduce stress

How to reduce stress and how to alleviate psychological pressure,complex and changing the face of the outside world,Reduce stress,restore mental balance is more important。Here are some very effective ways to reduce stress methods: Reduce stress method I:Food vacuum   A recent medical study finds,certain foods can be very effective in reducing pressure. Such as fish oil […]

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How to be happy and how to make ourselves happy

Happiness is a kind of mood, but also a character. Happy mood appears sometimes, because there are so many factors in life have an impact on our mood, but a happy character can keep us company for a life. Owe it, you will be accompanied with happiness for a life. If you want to culture […]

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How to reduce mental stress for wemen

It is hard to avoid being distressed in our daily life.  As a female, we should know some tips to reduce mental stress. 1. Dismemberment.   Please list out the things that make you distressed, one, two, three… ,  once you write them out, you may find that it is easy to relieve these so called […]

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how to concentrate your mind

Inattention will affect their learning and work, and how to concentrate has plagued many people. If we analysis from a psychological point of view, there are many factors influence the attention. But in view of these factors, there are five methods provided Here are five specific methods for your choice: Ⅰ: Autosuggestion method Autosuggestion help […]

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How to get rid of loneliness?

Loneliness to a negative psychological influence, in the long run, the state of the lonely people may produce anxiety, depression and other bad emotional experience, then affects a person’s study and work. So How to get rid of loneliness? Here are some methods to eliminate loneliness, I hope will help. 1, as the school and […]

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How to remove loneliness?

How to remove loneliness?Living in the modern civilized society, people are more likely to feel lonely. How to remove loneliness? First of all, it is necessary to understand how the loneliness forms. Actually, there are two psychological reasons for the loneliness. Firstly, loneliness is the result of personality factors. A British psychologist Exxon holds that […]

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How to improve memory

How to Improve memory?Here we introduce some methods of improve memory 1、To improve sensory memory Sensory memory, also known as sensory registration,refers to the learning materials maintain the memory of the moment, about 0.25-2 seconds . Sensory memory storage is characterized by a large storage capacity, has a distinctive image. To enhance sensory memory effect, […]

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How to control the anger?

Generally speaking, eliminating the anger can reduce the aggressive behavior. To control the anger, there’re two ways.One is to use the actual infringement to eliminate the anger. For example, (1) fight back offender. Such as taunting the one who insult you, this will reduce the aggressive behaviors you would do to them.(2)against the offender’s model […]

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How to overcome jealousy?

As a social person,jealousy psychological unavoidably produce , but the jealousy also can bring harm , so how to overcome the jealousy? Social envy psychology is a kind of very harmful psychological .The envy is called “pupil eye” in the bible, Matthew called the devil “night of the wheat planting of barnyard grass envious”, Baconic […]

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What is mental health and definition of mental health

This phrase “mental health” is used in a number of different ways. First, it can be a goal, something to be attained and retained. We all want to be physically and mentally healthy. We define physical health in terms of our abilities: the ability to move freely, eat well, enjoy our bodies, work, play, and […]

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Why do premature births occur?

Why do premature births occur? Many factors are associated with premature birth but causative mechanisms are little understood (Stratton, 1982). Premature births are more common in situations of ‘lower socioeconomic status’ with strong association with factors such as poor ante-natal care, inadequate diet, smoking, drug taking and teenage pregnancy. However, premature birth also occurs to […]

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Premature births in Australia

Premature births in Australia The incidence of prematurity, that is, infants born at less than 37 weeks’ gestation, is about 10 per cent of all live births. However, about 1.4 per cent of all annual live births in the United States are infants born less than 1500 grams, referred to as very low birthweight (VLBW), […]

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NEWBORN NEUROBEHAVIOURAL DEVELOPMENT

NEWBORN NEUROBEHAVIOURAL DEVELOPMENT The importance of the infancy period has been clearly established and emphasised in earlier chapters of this book. The infant’s genetic make-up, constitutional factors and birth experience will influence early behaviour and the caregiving received. The capacity of the parents and other caregivers to sensitively respond to the subtle cues of the […]

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Weighing up risk and protective factors

Weighing up risk and protective factors Assessment of an individual or family at this time involves consideration of: • biological factors—for example, medical concerns for the mother or foetus such as genetic risk • psychological and interpersonal factors—adaptive and coping mechanisms, past psychiatric and obstetric history, resolution of trauma and loss, and relationship quality • […]

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ASSESSMENT, FORMULATION AND INTERVENTION

ASSESSMENT, FORMULATION AND INTERVENTION Women, couples or families suffering psychological difficulties in the ante-natal period will be seen in a range of inpatient and outpatient settings in obstetric, psychiatric and community-based services. They may be assessed by a variety of medical and allied health clinicians, referred from a variety of sources with the range of […]

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Experience of trauma during labour and delivery

Experience of trauma during labour and delivery When labour and delivery are experienced as traumatic this can affect the initial interaction between mother and infant, particularly if the baby becomes associated with trauma and pain in the mother’s mind. Women with a past history of trauma or abuse are at risk of having these feelings […]

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Past psychiatric or psychological difficulties

Past psychiatric or psychological difficulties A history of mental illness or ongoing personal difficulties increases the risk of a recurrence of these problems during the ante- and post-partum period. This is due to the interaction of physical, hormonal, psychological and social factors involved in the process of transition to becoming a parent. At this time […]

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Social isolation and/or adversity

Social isolation and/or adversity Because pregnancy is a time of increased emotional vulnerability, and preparing to parent an infant has multiple practical and emotional consequences, lack of social and emotional support increase the risk of post-partum psychological difficulties and therefore can affect the infant. Many women parent in isolation, some by choice, others by circumstance. […]

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PREVIOUS HISTORY OF ABUSE

PREVIOUS HISTORY OF ABUSE How we were parented affects how we are as parents (van IJzendoorn, 1992). If the experience of being parented was abusive or inadequate, there may be difficulties in adjusting to parenthood and parenting. All expectant and new parents reconsider their experience of being parented and growing up in their family of […]

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Current or unresolved conflict, trauma and loss

Current or unresolved conflict, trauma and loss There are implications for the infant–parent relationship if trauma and loss for the parent are not adequately resolved. This can include current circumstances, for example, intimate relationships characterised by conflict and violence or bereavement during pregnancy. Unresolved childhood or adolescent trauma or ongoing conflict with family members can […]

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