Tag: mental health

Poetry’s Role in Raising Awareness about Mental Health

Aristotle (384 BCE-322 BCE) was a philosopher and polymath from Greece. He began our journey into ‘Poetics’, the science of poetry, as what we know today. Poetics and the science of poetry has been the central document in the study of aesthetics and literature for centuries, especially during the Renaissance; and in today’s scholarly circles […]

How Social Media Impacts Women’s Mental Health

Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, influencing the way we communicate, share, and connect with the world. Despite its undeniable advantages, it’s imperative to acknowledge the profound influence it wields over our mental well-being. Within this intricate landscape, the impact of social media on women’s mental health emerges as an issue of escalating concern. The Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) on Social Media & Digital Detox […]

Why Youth Is Facing Challenges – Causes, Warning Signs And Prevention

The mental health challenges faced by today’s youth are a grave concern, resulting from a complex interplay of societal, psychological, and environmental factors. The modern world imposes unprecedented pressures on the minds of young individuals, leading to a surge in stress, anxiety, and depression. According to a recent UNICEF report, one out of every seven Indians aged 15 to […]


Today, we embark on a journey of authenticity, empathy, and understanding. We recognize that life is a rollercoaster, with highs and lows that shape our experiences and perspectives. This gathering is a safe space to discuss, share, and reflect on the times when we’re not okay. It’s a reminder that vulnerability is not weakness; it’s […]


Women’s health is the term used to describe how women’s health is different from men’s health in numerous distinctive ways. As described by the World Health Organisation as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity,” is an example of women’s health. Many organisations push for a broader definition of women’s health, which is frequently […]

Breaking the Stigma: Understanding the Power of Neuromodulation in Mental Health Treatment

Mental health has long been plagued by misconceptions, stereotypes, and stigmatization. The prevailing notion that mental health conditions are untreatable or indicate personal weakness has prevented countless individuals from seeking the help they need. However, advancements in medical science, particularly in the field of neuromodulation, are paving the way for a new era of mental health treatment that challenges these misconceptions. In this article, we […]

Women and Mental Health

Mental health plays an important role in many aspects of women’s lives. They may affect relationships, self-esteem, work performance and even physical health. It’s important to recognize and get help for mental health concerns, such as mood disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and an unhealthy work-life balance.  Mental health includes the emotional, psychological, and social […]

Achieving a Work-Life Balance: Arika Bansal

As a surgeon, mother and founder of Eugenix Hair Sciences, I have grown to realise that one cannot have everything and do everything simultaneously. Being a doctor is a demanding profession that requires dedication, compassion, and long work hours. For women doctors, achieving a work-life balance can be particularly challenging. However, as a doctor, I […]

Strategies to address Mental Health in the Workplace

Dealing with female mental health in the workplace requires a proactive and supportive approach. Here are some strategies to effectively address and support female employees’ mental well-being: Foster a supportive work culture: Create a culture that values and respects the unique challenges and experiences of women. Encourage open communication and provide a safe space for […]

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