The hidden depression, as its name reveals, it is not easy to recognize and therefore to diagnose, since in most cases it is hidden behind a physical problem or extreme fatigue. In fact, patients with hidden depression tend not to make reference to a setback or emotional disorder. The signals
What is a sweet temptation? Granted a whim from time to time is good, but beware if we turn it into a habit because there are foods such as sweets, which can cause dependence. An almost uncontrollable need for consuming food or drinks that contain a large number of sugars
Did you know that behind the anxiety may be a magnesium deficiency? Among the essential nutrient, there is a need to monitor the intake of minerals as important as magnesium, and should not underestimate the symptoms. Magnesium, present in the bones, among other functions intervenes in nerve impulses, in the
The uncontrollable urge, turned into obsession, to assume the role of a sick person. It is what is called factitious disorder, a disorder that also includes Munchausen syndrome (one of the most severe types), and which in medical terms is defined as the pretending or intentional production of physical or
The obsessive thoughts never come alone, but often come accompanied by other negative emotions such as anxiety and restlessness. To get obsessed with something will end up by blocking the mind, which prevent us from taking the helm of our life and change direction. When something bothers us or restless
If the weekend comes and you feel tired, your mood gets worse and just want to stay home away from the world, it is possible that you have the weekend syndrome and you have not noticed. We tell you what it is and how to deal with it. While for
The ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), as have found numerous studies, may be associated with other pathologies such as eating disorder (bulimia, in particular) or greater risk of addiction or pathological gambling in the adulthood. The common thread between ADHD and these disorders lies in the impulsiveness and inattentiveness associated
The Aphasia is a language disorder characterized by an alteration in the expression and compression. The cause lies in damage in an area of the brain (right or left hemisphere depending on whether the person is right-handed or left-handed) specializing in language. What are the symptoms of aphasia? How to
The hypochondria can be defined as a mental disorder in which the person believes, in an erroneous and unfounded way, suffering from a health problem. The fear of getting sick, the fear of pain, can cause the hypochondriac is trouble thinking of having a disease that does not really suffer.
What is Diabulimia? A term describing a new eating disorder that affects people with type 1 diabetes. Term that brings together, therefore, the diabetes with bulimia, and that hides a disorder that can have severe consequences for health. How to recognize it? What are their causes? What is the treatment?