Do’s and don’ts while Ta...

As a parent, talking to your child about drugs can be hard. If you are uncertain about how to proceed, then you are not alone. Consider these four Do’s and Don’ts for talking to your child about drugs, and then conversing with them does help. Promoting the health outcomes associated with the use of drugs […]

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Dementia Treatment

Dementia treatment is something that must be increasingly addressed. The number of people affected by dementia will begin to rise. Soon there will be few families that don’t have someone they know suffering from the loss of cognitive function, mood swings and other symptoms that go with dementia. Focusing on dementia treatment proactively is something […]

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Ya ba Addiction, Signs and Sym...

What is Ya Ba Addiction? Ya ba is a synthetic drug that contains 25 to 35 mg of methamphetamine and 45 to 65 mg of caffeine. It is a powerful stimulant and more addictive substance. It comes with the variety of logos (commonly “WY” or “R”) in the form of a tablet. People use to […]

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9 Stages of Addiction Recovery...

“Being prepared is half the victory”. Having a fair knowledge of what’s the recovery process will automatically stride you to victory over addiction. In this whole of the process, you are not alone. This blog will help you with the most valuable information about the nine stages of addiction recovery. Get started and get recovered, […]

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Types of Dementia

Dementia isn’t a specific disease. Instead, dementia describes a group of symptoms affecting memory, thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily functioning. Though dementia generally involves memory loss, memory loss has different causes. So memory loss alone doesn’t mean you have dementia. There are different types of dementia. In this article, you […]

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What can I do if I know someone who is suicidal?

Atleast 8 lakh people die of suicide every year around the world. While that many die, there are 20 times more people who have attempted for suicide. On World Suicide Prevention Day 2015, here are a few things you can do if you know someone eliciting suicidal symptoms

  • Be aware of the risk factors, the warning signs and where to get help
  • Be direct and talk to them openly and matter-of-factly about suicide and your concern about their well-being
  • Be willing to listen and allow them to express their feelings
  • Be non-judgmental and avoid raising debate whether suicide is right or wrong or good or bad
  • Be available and show support and care
  • Do not dare him/ her to engage in suicidal behaviors
  • Do not act shocked
  • Do not ask why
  • Do not be sworn to secrecy
  • Offer hope that alternatives are available
  • Take action and remove any means of self-harm accessible to them such as pills, rope or drugs
  • Get help from others with more experience or expertise
  • Be actively involved in encouraging the person to see a mental health professional as soon as possible

 

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