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In this section of the blog we explore niche topics, uncover obscure information and share interesting facts about mental health and related themes.

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Study Reveals 7 Lifestyle Factors That Reduce the Risk of Depression

A newly-released study has found that adopting 7 lifestyle changes can significantly reduce a person's chance of developing depression. We cover them all here.

5 Communication Skills That Will Improve Your Relationships

Looking to build new relationships or improve your existing connections? These 5 communication skills will help you to become a better partner, friend, colleague and family member.

ManageMinds Explains... Anxious Attachment Style

Attachment styles have become something of a hot topic. In the first of our ManageMinds Explains series, we provide a guide to anxious attachment style. It includes causes, symptoms and advice on how to heal.

How Was Anxiety Treated in the 1900s?

At the beginning of the twentieth century, today's anxiety disorders hadn't even been defined, and modern therapies were still decades away. So, how was anxiety treated in the 1900s? In this article, we investigate.

Is There a Positive Side to Anxiety?

As prescriptions for anti-anxiety drugs skyrocket, and more and more people are diagnosed with various anxiety disorders, a new wave of thought is emerging that suggests medicating and suppressing these feelings may do more harm than good.

How Reliable Is GAD-7? Sensitivity and Specificity

To determine the accuracy of diagnostic tests, we need to know their sensitivity and specificity. In this article, we'll explore these values for GAD-7, and determine how much stock you should put in it.

World's Most Anxious Countries: Slideshow

The prevalence of anxiety differs depending on where you live. See which ten countries have the highest rates of anxiety disorders in our slideshow, and learn why this variation exists.

How Anxiety Affects Your Appetite

ManageMinds explains what anxiety does to your appetite and provides useful advice on how to manage these symptoms and prevent them from causing long term damage.