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Is Yoga Actually Good For You? | SciSKETCH

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Long-term effect of yogic practices on diurnal metabolic rates of healthy subjects (2008) Chaya, M. et al,
Effects of yoga on depression and anxiety of women (2009) Javnbakht, M. et al
Effects of Yoga Versus Walking on Mood, Anxiety, and Brain GABA Levels: A Randomized Controlled MRS Study (2010) Streeter, C. et al
The Science of Yoga – The Risks and the Rewards (2012) Broad, W.
Yoga-Related Injuries in the United States From 2001 to 2014 (2016) Swain, T. et al
Rapid Gene Expression Changes in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes upon Practice of a Comprehensive Yoga Program (2013) Qu, S. et al.
Neuroprotective effects of yoga practice: age-, experience-, and frequency-dependent plasticity (2015) Villemure, C. et al.
Twelve-Minute Daily Yoga Regimen Reverses Osteoporotic Bone Loss (2016) Lu, Y. et al

You Can Never Take the Last Cookie

When there’s only one cookie left, you can’t take the whole thing. You wouldn’t want to be RUDE, would you? We didn’t think so.

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Nesting, Anxiety & Guilt

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Today’s Vlog:
Nesting, Anxiety & Guilt,
Permanently Scared My Husband?
Why Squirrels Are Awesome,
Youngest Masseuse

Yes, I’m still pregnant…
Baby seems to be very happy and cosy inside my tummy.
The good news is, I’m back to being very calm despite being seriously sleep deprived from all the false labour. Even though these contractions are really starting to hurt a bit, I’M NOT GONNA LET IT FOOL ME…. Unless I really am… We shall see.

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How to Be Charming When Talking About Yourself

It’s sometimes assumed that talking too much about ourselves is rude; and asking questions of others is polite and charming. But the distinction is not quite so simple. There are far better and worse ways of speaking about ourselves. We end up charming when we dare to reveal our vulnerabilities to others. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide):
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“Polite people have it instilled in them from an early age that they should not talk too much about themselves. A few comments aside, they should – to prove appealing – always ask the other about their lives or stick to impersonal topics found in newspapers, lest they be accused of that heinous charge: self-absorption.
But this rule fails to distinguish between different ways of talking about oneself. There are, as well-mannered people sometimes forget, better and worse ways to share details of one’s life. It is not the amount that one talks that should determine the issue; only how one does so…”

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For LGBT People, Discrimination Still Brings Mental Health Challenges.

Big Think and the Mental Health Channel are proud to launch Big Thinkers on Mental Health, a new series dedicated to open discussion of anxiety, depression, and the many other psychological disorders that affect millions worldwide.

It wasn’t until 1973 that the American Psychiatric Association voted to remove homosexuality as a mental disorder. The recency of that decision still affects the LGBT community today.

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Transcript – You know, it wasn’t until 1973 that the American Psychiatric Association, after a fairly lengthy period of debate, discussion, and advocacy, voted to remove homosexuality as a mental disorder. Discrimination, you know, comes in many forms. And the psychological and the social implications of those are, you know, they’re not insignificant. So if you do surveys of physicians and health care providers about their attitudes towards LGBT people, 20 to 30 percent say, you know, “I’m really not comfortable providing this kind of care.” Does one come out on an application to college or to medical school or to law school or, you name it. These are questions that people struggle with even to this very day. 90 percent or so of LGBT kids definitely say that they’ve experienced this kind of thing on, kind of on a daily basis. Whether it’s being told or being called “faggot” or whatever, made to feel badly because they’re different. These kinds of things over time, sort of add up.

Discrimination, actual and perceived, then this expectation that develops for those events, results in lower self-esteem, difficulty with relationships, difficulty with one’s own, feeling happy about one’s own life. There is probably a two and a half or so times likelihood of mental health disorders or problems among LGBT folks. Depression, anxiety, substance abuse in particular. In particular for women actually, about three and a half times rate of substance use disorders among lesbians and bisexual women. There are higher rates of, certainly attempted suicide among LGBT communities. Exactly how many of those are completed is harder to know. But I could certainly say just from our clinical work over the years, it’s certainly not an uncommon kind of scenario, unfortunately. There’s just no question that today is just 180 degrees different than the way it was when I was growing up in small towns in the Midwest. As a middle-aged man, suddenly I was able to fight in the armed services when DOMA went down in the 90s. Now, today, I can actually be married in all fifty states. The fact that that has happened over this period of, what, fifty years or so is really quite remarkable. As those negative attitudes lessen, I can’t help but think that there’s going to be lesser mental health problems among LGBT folks.

“I Haven’t Seen The Floor In Four Years”: BRITAIN’S HIDDEN HOARDERS

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A HOARDER who hadn’t seen her floor in four years has called in Britain’s most extreme cleaners. Sally-Ann Howells, from Tivadale, West Midlands contacted cleaning specialists N Gervais in November 2016 after the council received complaints of a strong smell coming from her flat. Her two-bedroom flat was bursting at the seams with four-foot-high piles of bin bags filled with rubbish, cat litter, bottles of urine and cat faeces that had accumulated over four years. Thick cobwebs covered the ceiling and shelves were covered in bug-eaten books. Cleaning company, N Gervais, are a domestic cleaning service with a specialist department that is dedicated to helping those whose hoarding disorder has got so out of control. Hoarding specialists Tee and Caz, from Birmingham, head up the team and are generally called in when tenants have no choice but to clean up their act – or be homeless.

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