Mental Health

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Bringing in technology into the bedroom will only make sleep more elusive even as it affects our mental health in the long run.

It’s Time to Prioritise Our Mental Health in Our Everyday Lives

by Arianna Huffington
Mental Health//

Have You Tried This Workout for Your Brain Yet

by Sarvesh Shashi
March Together//

My Productivity Declines if I Don’t Sleep Well: Dipali Goenka

by Dipali Goenka

Words Matter: A Time to Talk and a Time to Listen

by Neerja Birla

Resist the Urge to Do Something Every Minute

by Lulu Raghavan
Beginning the day with meditation and prayers helps Accenture's Amit Mehra stay focussed and be more productive.
Yoga With Thrive//

How Accenture’s Amit Mehra Doubles His Productivity And Well-Being

by Thrive Global India

I Took a Mental Health Break from YouTube, But They Called Me Lazy

by Scherezade Shroff
Signs of poor mental health are often overlooked, and stigma can prevent young adults and their families from acknowledging that they need help.

Young Adults and the Burden of Mental Illness

by Elizabeth H Bradley

How I Found My Way out of a Crippling Depression

by Milind Deora
Image courtesy of Mario Gutiérrez/ Getty Images

Technology Has Driven Us Into a Cognition Crisis. Is There Anything We Can Do About It?

by Rebecca Muller
Image courtesy of Classen Rafael / EyeEm/ Getty Images

This Government is Telling Employees to Leave Work Earlier

by Marina Khidekel
Getty/ Erik Isacson

Yes, You Can Recover from Depression. I Know Because I Did.

by Alexandra Hayes
Thrive Global
People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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