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19 Jul 2021
Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder - CBT Kenya
Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya

Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya Caffeine-Induced Anxiety Disorder typically presents with symptoms similar to panic attacks or generalized anxiety. This can be diagnosed when there is evidence from the history, physical examination, or laboratory findings suggesting that anxiety developed within one month of caffeine intoxication. Caffeine is the most popular and widely-used drug in...

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12 Jun 2021
Men's mental health awareness - CBT Kenya
Men’s mental health awareness – CBT Kenya

Men’s mental health awareness – CBT Kenya Surveys from around the world show that men everywhere find it difficult to open up about mental health, though they are significantly more at risk of attempting suicide than women. Numerous researchers have recently stated that there is a silent crisis in men’s mental health. This is based...

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23 May 2021
What is Alcohol Use Disorder? CBT Kenya
What is Alcohol Use Disorder? CBT Kenya

What is Alcohol Use Disorder? CBT Kenya For many people, drinking alcohol is nothing more than a pleasant way to relax. People with alcohol use disorders, however, drink to excess, endangering both themselves and others. Unhealthy alcohol use includes any alcohol use that puts your health, safety at risk or causes other alcohol-related problems. If...

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15 May 2021
What is Down Syndrome? CBT Kenya
What is Down Syndrome? CBT Kenya

What is Down Syndrome? CBT Kenya Down syndrome is a lifelong condition. Although it can’t be cured, doctors know more about it now than ever. If your child has it, getting the right care early on can make a big difference in helping them live a full and meaningful life. People born with Down syndrome...

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06 May 2021
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: WELLNESS POST COVID 19
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: WELLNESS POST COVID 19

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: WELLNESS POST COVID 19 By Letoo James May is a labour and mental health awareness month. Labour Day is set aside to celebrate workers contribution to society while at the same time reflecting on the progress made in advancing their welfare. This reflection is particularly important this year owing to the negative...

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15 Apr 2021
Generalized anxiety disorder - CBT Kenya
Generalized anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya

Generalized anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya Worrying is a part of life. It’s natural to worry about the stressful things in our lives. But what happens when that worry becomes invasive and persistent? Those with generalized anxiety disorder experience excessive, often unnecessary and unprovoked feelings of anxiety and worry. The stress experienced can center around...

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30 Mar 2021
Persistent Depressive Disorder - CBT Kenya
Persistent Depressive Disorder – CBT Kenya

Persistent Depressive Disorder – CBT Kenya Persistent depressive disorder is a type of depression. It’s less severe than major depressive disorder but an ongoing disorder.  A person with persistent depressive disorder has a sad, dark, or low mood. The symptoms last most of the day, on most days or for over a long period of...

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04 Mar 2021
Separation anxiety disorder - CBT Kenya
Separation anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya

Separation anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya It’s completely normal for children, especially in very young children, to experience some degree of separation anxiety. In contrast, separation anxiety disorder is excessive worry or anxiety that goes beyond that expected for the child’s developmental level. Separation anxiety is considered a disorder if it lasts at least a...

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27 Feb 2021
Histrionic personality disorder - CBT Kenya
Histrionic personality disorder – CBT Kenya

Histrionic personality disorder – CBT Kenya Histrionic personality disorder is characterized by constant attention-seeking and emotional overreaction. People with this condition tend to over dramatize situations, which may impair relationships and lead to depression. Yet they are highly suggestible, easily susceptible to the influence of others. Dealing with a person who suffers from this personality disorder can get...

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23 Jan 2021
Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya
Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya

Is self harm a mental illness? CBT Kenya Self-harm, or self-mutilation is the act of deliberately inflicting pain and damage to one’s own body. Self-harm most often refers to cutting, burning, scratching, and other forms of external injury. It can, however, also include internal or emotional harm, such as consuming toxic amounts of alcohol or...

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