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There are several harmful reactions when using computers and mobile devices for extended periods. See carpal tunnel syndrome, mouse elbow, computer hunch, smartphone pinky, computer vision syndrome, RSI, tech neck, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, dry eyes, thumb culture and deep vein thrombosis.
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5 You can't cut the chances of getting a mental health problem FACTS: Although mental health issues can affect anyone at any time, there are many things you can do to look after your mental health, just like you would your physical health.
Mr Clegg continued: People with severe mental illness also face shorter life expectancy - this shows that more needs to be done to help those with mental health problems stay physically healthy as well.
Even if this is the case, this underlying positivity has clear benefits for Americans -- particularly for those with health problems -- in terms of how they view and describe their lives.
However, people with mental health problems said the mental health problem strained the relationships more than other pressures, such as financial and employment issues.
Yet, although 79% of the public would consider sending a card to someone with a physical health problem, only 50% would do the same if it related to mental health.
The study found that children with mild asthma were no different from those without asthma in terms of mental health outcomes, but children with severe or persistent asthma were most at risk of future mental health problems.
The report, from the King's Fund think-tank and the Centre for Mental Health, says mental health problems exacerbate physical illness, increasing healthcare costs by at least 45% per person.
It makes it difficult for people to discuss mental health problems with friends and family, leading to social isolation, which in itself can exacerbate mental health problems.
Mental health problems examined in the study included drug use, suicidal thoughts, alcohol abuse, depression and anxiety.
Summary: RAS AL KHAIMAH - As many as 30 people were treated at various hospitals in RAK since the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan for indigestion and other health problems due to over-eating and improper dietary habits during Iftar, according to health experts.
The survey of more than 2,000 girls and women in England and Wales revealed that around two-thirds have had mild to moderate mental health problems.
Many people with mental health problems feel that when they aremost in need of support their friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues just don't seemable to respond in away which helps.

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