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mental health

[′men·təl ′helth]
(psychology)
A relatively enduring state of being in which an individual has effected an integration of his instinctual drives in a way that is reasonably satisfying to himself as reflected in his zest for living and his feeling of self-realization.
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The report reveals that the percentage of students reporting their emotional health was in the "highest 10 percent" or "above average," when compared to their peers, dropped by 3.
The charity's third annual Youth Index claims the index number is at its lowest point since the study was launched, with the most significant decline around young people's emotional health.
The Solihull Approach promotes the emotional health of children and their families from the antenatal period onward, through supporting practitioners in their one-to-one work with families and in providing parenting groups.
I hope that Make Me Happier will help raise awareness of some of the most common emotional health issues, and also show that there are many things viewers watching at home can do to help themselves.
Mood is chemical in that Dr Liz Miller claims her book, Mood Mapping: Plot Your Way to Emotional Health and Happiness (Rodale, pounds 12.
Consumers are increasingly seeking chocolate that offers them clinically proven physical or emotional health benefits," says Hans Vriens, chief innovation officer at Barry Callebaut.
Social and emotional health in early childhood; building bridges between services & systems.
Average accelerometer counts differed significantly among the groups, with those in the positive emotional health group averaging 2.
Chapters discuss how to use the power of acknowledgment to build stronger relationships, neutralize jealousy and envy, improve one's emotional health, and much more.
However, long-term stress can lead to physical and emotional health problems.
Half a million people in the UK suffer work-related stress to a degree they believe makes them ill and so the Samaritans are inaugurating an annual day to raise awareness of stress at work and encourage people to take care of their emotional health.
Caregiving and safeguard of the physical and emotional health of children go beyond the hygienic benefits of the bath and are tightly connected with the physical and emotional health of the caregiver.