Treatments

Science doesn’t stop advancing, and every day we have more effective treatments for different illnesses and psychological conditions. In this section, we’ll discover the most interesting clinical therapies, neurological therapies, and medications for staying healthy and living a good quality of life.

White Noise to Help People Sleep Better

More and more people are praising white noise, as it can improve relaxation, focus, and cognitive abilities. This sound can also help humans get better sleep. Thus, many parents are using white noise to calm their babies. Some statements assure…

Telemedicine during Lockdown

Currently, the coronavirus pandemic is posing a major challenge to society, particularly to the area of health. Due to the home confinement, the procedures we were used to are often not possible and we have to look for new alternatives.…

How Do Antidepressants Work?

Anti-depression medications (antidepressants) can help relieve symptoms of depression, social anxiety disorder, anxiety disorders, seasonal affective disorder, dysthymia (persistent depressive disorder), and mild chronic depression, as well as other conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder. But how…

Can We Stop Human Aging?

I want to die young and as old as possible. There are scientists who are analyzing the scientific advances in cell rejuvenation and how it could affect the aging of the world’s population as a whole. No scientific evidence suggests…

How Do Opioid Analgesics Work?

Throughout history, scientists have always looked for new ways to treat pain. People starting using opioid analgesics naturally a long time ago, which was obtained from the opium plant. In 1806, scientists first created morphine. From there, the development of…

Psychological Treatments for Alcoholism

Most of the psychological treatments for alcoholism have the cognitive behavioral model as a foundation. This model treats this substance as a powerful reinforcement mechanism that maintains a person’s habit of using it for self-treatment. The cognitive behavioral model offers…