A daily five-minute workout dubbed "strength training for your breathing muscles" lowers blood pressure and improves some measures of cardiovascular health more than aerobic exercise or medications designed to reduce blood pressure.
Changing your sleep schedule by one hour has a significant impact on risk factors for major depression. Going to sleep and waking one hour earlier than usual was associated with a 23% decreased risk of developing depressive disorders.
Events that encourage emotion sharing are key to team building and generating a positive collective identity.
A new study reports paternal anxiety is much higher than previously reported. Findings reveal anxiety in men during the perinatal period was 11%. Previous reports found anxiety in males during this period was under 4%.
Study reveals the function of a specific protein works differently in the brains of men and women. The findings help explain why some psychiatric disorders and resistance to treatments vary between the sexes.
If you want to conjure a new thought in your mind, you have to force yourself to stop ruminating on old thoughts. The insight could help with the treatment of PTSD and other disorders associated with rumination.
Drinking water can suppress the vasopressin hormone receptor, mitigating obesity and metabolic syndrome in mice.
Maternal cannabis negatively impacts fetal brain development at an early stage of pregnancy than was previously believed. However, increasing choline consumption, either through diet or supplementation, could help protect the developing brain from potential harm.
Different social context causes different levels of physiological arousal. However, in every condition, the autonomic nervous system went into synch between strangers, whether in low or high states of arousal.