Discovering the nuances of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp). While it’s an established treatment, its impact varies. We’re delving into recent research, revealing that factors like the therapeutic alliance and targeting underlying psychological mechanisms can enhance outcomes. It’s clear that personalized CBTp is the way forward, just as in anxiety and depression treatment. Let’s explore new strategies to improve the lives of those with psychosis.
The fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) isn’t quite fasting, but it aims to trick your body into thinking it’s not eating. It’s a carefully designed, low-calorie plan for a short period (usually 3-5 days) that provides just enough nutrients to keep you going while triggering similar metabolic effects as actual fasting. Think of it as a “fast-light” […]
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a prevalent functional gastrointestinal disorder, exhibits multifactorial origins. Recent research indicates that dysbiosis, an imbalance in gut bacteria, plays a pivotal role in IBS pathogenesis. Dysbiosis may trigger gut immune system activation, influencing various factors relevant to IBS. This review underscores the evolving significance of the gut microbiome in IBS and […]
Getting through a serious amount of caffeine each day could put the brakes on the brain’s ability to rewire itself. Researchers analyzed brain signals associated with learning and lodging memories in 20 individuals, uncovering surprising details and challenging assumptions that caffeine promotes plasticity. Chronic caffeine use could limit learning Thanks to its ability to block […]