The web-based cross-sectional study was conducted by the department of mental health and behavioural sciences, Max Hospital, Saket, during the first wave of the pandemic
The study, published in the scientific journal 'Women's Health', supports the necessity of providing mothers with reliable, affordable childcare options.
'When a relationship cannot grow and a healthy communication is not possible, then perhaps it is time to accept that the partnership is not the right one.'
The results of the study demonstrated that discriminatory experiences can potentially cause mental health problems regardless of the genetic constitution of the individual.
Being outdoors, particularly in green spaces, can improve mental health by promoting a more positive body image, and lowering levels of depression and anxiety.
The pandemic is likely to aggravate existing inequalities in society, push people for greater sustainability and demand new ways to survive, and thrive in the coming times.
Music has the power to reduce stress, to calm one down and also to make one happy, cheerful and relaxed.
Low fitness levels also predicted a 60 per cent greater chance of anxiety, over a seven-year follow-up, according to the study published in a journal.
An introvert enjoys solitude and gets emotionally drained after spending a lot of time with others but a shy person doesn't necessarily want to be alone.
Child psychotherapists say playground games in the time of COVID-19 are becoming infused with words that many of the children playing them had never heard before.