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Mental Health
After mass shootings: they’re not just coming for guns, they’re coming for brains -

“Planners intent on deploying mind control follow a pattern. They claim they’re curing brain disorders. They’re doing valuable work. They’re only focusing on a tiny percentage of the population. But then, as you dig deeper, you discover they’re really talking about all human beings, who are, unfortunately, wired in the wrong way and can’t ascend to the next level of societal evolution. Therefore, ‘brain science’ has to engage in a wholesale program to retrofit the human species.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
Cannabis does not increase suicidal behavior in psychiatric patients -

Source: McMaster University

Researchers have found there is no significant association between cannabis use and suicidal behavior in people with psychiatric disorders. The study findings contrast with pre-existing data that shows the drug is linked to an increased chance of suicidal behavior in the general population ....
WHO just classified 'gaming disorder' as a mental health condition -

Is it, though?
Millennials could be the first generation to have worse midlife health than their parents -

Millennials already have it tough. Their wages are stagnating, they are unlikely to own homes, and they're often told they are entitled and lazy ...
The real cause of emotional wounds – and why we struggle to heal them -

Have you ever wondered why emotional trauma is so difficult to heal, or why emotional wounds grow bigger with time?

How your phone is changing your brain ....
Dr. Mercola: suicide is on the rise — know the warning signs, and how to help -

The recent suicides of fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain,1 which occurred within days of each other, have reignited a much-needed public discussion about suicide, mental illness and its treatment. As noted by Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), depression “is not a condition that is related to success or failure. No one is immune.”  ....
Why we’re a culture of addicts -

Is Addiction the Result of Nature or Nurture?
If there’s one constant among addicts of all types, it’s shame. It’s what makes us lie and hide. It’s what keeps us from asking for help – though we don’t think we need it because we’re also good at lying to ourselves ......
Digital addiction: how technology keeps us hooked -

The World Health Organisation is to include “gaming disorder”, the inability to stop gaming, into the International Classification of Diseases. By doing so, the WHO is recognising the serious and growing problem of digital addiction. The problem has also been acknowledged by Google, which recently announced that it will begin focusing on “Digital Well-being”.
Mum’s the word? Why oversharing might be dangerous to your mental health -

We’re all just humans – which makes it perfectly understandable why we tend to look for some kind of release whenever we’re feeling happy, down, ecstatic, or simply bored. Sharing what’s inside our heads – sometimes, even what’s inside our hearts – can easily take some of the stress from us. However, we should all set limits on just how much we share ....

Scientists have discovered what happens to the brain during a spiritual experience ....

"Understanding the neural bases of spiritual experiences may help us better understand their roles in resilience and recovery from mental health and addictive disorders."
Warnings About Babies’ Exposure to Cell Phones and WiFi Radiation Aren’t New. So Why Are These Products Still Being Marketed for Babies and Infant Care?

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