physical fitness
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The United States Department of Health and Human Services (USDH), defines physical fitness as being a combination of characteristics that people have involving the capacity to execute a physical exercise. […]

Multiple Sclerosis
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Multiple Sclerosis is a fluctuating, at times disabling illness of the central nervous system that disturbs the stream of information between the body and the brain. Although very difficult to […]

Parkinsons Disease
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Parkinson’s disease is best characterized by its symptoms such as the involuntary movements of muscles and progressive atrophy of nerve cells in particular areas of the brain. Medical scientists continue […]

Health Psychology and Your Heart
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All over the globe people associate love with hearts. If love is lost there is destruction of the relationship. When the physical heart is not pumping oxygen sufficiently there is […]

Health Psychology and Normal
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Life has its ups and downs and everyone may have moments where they question their emotional stability. No one lives a normal life because the idea does not exist and it cannot […]

Coping with Transition and Change
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Throughout life, people can undoubtedly count on changes or transitional phases. Many of these transitions are positive; a marriage, birth of a child, winning the lottery, graduating from school. A […]

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Articles

physical fitness

Fitness A Historical Journey In Time

The United States Department of Health and Human Services (USDH), defi[...]

Multiple Sclerosis

Exploring Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is a fluctuating, at times disabling illness of the[...]

1. Immune System

Defining Auto-Immune Disorders

The diseases of the autoimmune system affect approximately 14–22 mil[...]

Parkinsons Disease

Parkinson’s A Disease of Neurology, Psychology and Sociology

Parkinson’s disease is best characterized by its symptoms such as th[...]

Coping with Bipolar

Bipolar Disorder and Life

Previously known as manic-depressive illness, people with bipolar diso[...]

biology of emotions

The Biology of Emotions

While psychological treatment methods of emotion research continue to [...]

Schizophrenia Acute Psychosis

Schizophrenia and Acute Psychosis

Schizophrenia is a chronic debilitating brain disease that has affecte[...]

Therapy Defined

What is Therapy?

Most therapists want to increase their clients’ consciousness, which[...]

Health Psychology and Your Heart

Health Psychology and your Heart

All over the globe people associate love with hearts. If love is lost [...]

The diabetes of today Type 2

The Diabetes of Today Type 2

Historically, this serious chronic disease affected people of low-inco[...]

Health Psychology and Normal

Am I Normal? A Self Measure

Life has its ups and downs and everyone may have moments where they qu[...]

Principles of Health Psychology

Health Psychology Center Presents: What is Health Psychology?

In the field of physical health and psychological well-being, health [...]

intimacy

How to Achieve Intimacy

Humans are social animals, and people need to believe that they are wo[...]

Learning to live with chronic pain

Learn to Live with Chronic Pain

Approximately 35% of Americans have complaints of severe pain, and alm[...]

by Kasia flicker

Life with Health Psychology of San Diego

Any calm, content life can turn into a nightmare if a physical illness[...]

Biological, Psychological and Sociological Treatment of Depression

Depression and the Bio-Psycho-Social Approach

Depression is one of the most debilitating of illnesses, which eventua[...]

Fear, Stress and Trauma

What are the Emotional Effects of Terror?

Fear is a part of life whether it is fear of war and terrorism, or the[...]

Self Love and Boundaries

How Self Love and Boundaries Mix

The definition of a boundary is subject to multiple interpretations. I[...]

Addictive Behaviors

Codependency always wanting to help

At points in life, most people want to help others because it is part [...]

How to Reach Your Goals

Meeting Our Expectations

Expectations of ourselves are meant to be energizing, motivating and s[...]

Cancer and the Immune System

The Relationship Between Cancer and the Immune System

Addressing this disease is challenging because millions of people have[...]

The way people discipline their children has long term emotional effects

Does Health Psychology Relate to Fear and Discipline?

There are many unhappy adults in this world, but the most unhappy ones[...]

Biopsychosocial

Health Psychology Promotes Emotional and Physical Health

A Health Psychology belief is with developing an understanding of how [...]

Success in Therapy

How to Achieve Success With Counseling

To achieve success in counseling there has to be an agreed upon partne[...]

Organic farming

The Organic Diet and Physical Health

As in generations past, many diets promote skipping necessary nutritio[...]

Health Psychology meets the Central Nervous System

Health Psychology Meets The Central Nervous System

The central nervous system protects the physical body like the Glad[...]

What is in my food

What Is In My Food?

The food Americans eat has changed more in the last few decades than i[...]

Coping with Transition and Change

How to Cope with Transition and Change

Throughout life, people can undoubtedly count on changes or transition[...]

Happiness and Joy

Is there a Relationship between Happiness and Joy?

Happiness is subjective. What matters is someone’s perception of[...]