Research suggests that to maintain a healthy brain, we should tend our gut microbiome.
Uncovering the story of Milan Hausner, the Sadská clinic, and LSD psychotherapy behind the Iron Curtain.
One dose of ibogaine was shown to dramatically reduce depression and PTSD.
Psychologist Noel Brick shares the mental techniques we can use to improve our performance on and off the field.
Depression applies to individuals and businesses alike — and so does the solution.
People who score high in "obsessive passion" can become rigidly consumed by ideological causes — sometimes dangerously so.
Parents will sometimes use children as weapons in their relationship battles — and the fallout can be devastating.
Between the hedonic and eudaimonic life, there's a happy medium to be found.
Omer Bartov, who spent decades studying the unspeakable horrors of genocide, shares how his studies have impacted his own mental health.
Instead of fear, his delusions bring him cheer. His psychiatrist embraces them.
The modern attention economy hijacks our ability to focus, but an ancient technique offers a means to get it back.
Acclaimed psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk, author of “The Body Keeps The Score,” discusses the widespread existence of trauma and how it settles in our bodies.
If someone can make you feel insecure, incomplete, and inadequate, they then can present themselves as the solution you need.
A healthy lifestyle even protects those who are genetically predisposed to depression.
To reap the benefits of AI technologies, businesses must keep humans in the driving seat.
The benefits of the psychedelic seem to last long after the trip wears off.
The great philosopher spent the final portion of his painful life in a vegetative state. Did illness get him there, or was it his own philosophy?
According to neuropsychologist Julia DiGangi, no one can live a life free of emotional pain. We can only choose how those emotions empower us.
The amygdala can hijack your brain's response if it recognizes past trauma in a current situation. To regain control, simply press pause.
Scientific evidence does not support the use of trigger warnings, which are described as a "disingenuous gesture of trauma awareness."
Jung thought these autonomous entities live in your unconscious mind — often at a cost.
There’s really only one mistake you can make: continue doing the same thing you already know is hurting you and expect a different result.
If you see life as only a source of suffering and misery, why bring anyone else into that? This belief, called anti-natalism, is on the rise.