Selena Gomez opens up about her battle with depression

Selena Gomez opens up about her battle with depression

People with immense wealth, name and fame may seem to be leading the so-called “good life,” devoid of daily stress and any kind of regrets experienced quite frequently by people who do not belong to this category. However, it is not usually true in most of the cases. Like the common masses, even celebrities are not immune to depression. In fact, people in the entertainment industry are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety compared to the general public. There have been many cases of celebrities battling depression, and coming out strong with therapy and faith. Read more

Here’s how breathing techniques, visits to gym helped Michelle Keegan overcome anxiety

Here’s how breathing techniques, visits to gym helped Michelle Keegan overcome anxiety

Joining the long list of celebrities opening up about their battle with mental illnesses is British actress Michelle Keegan, acclaimed for her role in drama series “Our Girl.” In a candid interview with the Cosmopolitan, she talked about her frequent bouts of anxiety experienced over trivial matters. She also mentioned finding a recourse and strength to fight the symptoms in a series of breathing techniques. Hitting the gym also helped considerably, she said. Read more

Way social media backlashes users

Way social media backlashes users

Social media platforms have changed the way people interact with each other. Although they are the best medium to remain in touch with hundreds of friends and loved ones, the impact of social media is a matter of concern. Several studies have demonstrated, both, advantages and disadvantages of the social media platforms.

One of the less-discussed impacts of social media is the way the excessive use of social media affects mental health. A spate of recent live suicide and murder videos on Facebook has massively drawn attention of the people toward the debilitating effects of social media on the emotional and psychological health of the users, especially youngsters. Several studies have highlighted that the prolonged use of social media increases the risk of developing depressive symptoms, such as anxiety, low self-esteem, etc. Read more

How to overcome depression better

How to overcome depression better

All of us go through feelings of grief and sadness from time to time. Luckily, they are transient and go away most of the time in a few days. However, one should become concerned when depressive symptoms persist more than the expected and the usual time. Many experts have stated that depression is not a rare condition rather a pandemic that has engulfed all, irrespective of age, gender, etc. Read more