Category: Mental Health

What to do When You’re Struggling Mentally: A Guide to Feeling Better

Feeling down, stressed out, or anxious can be common, especially in our fast-paced society. It’s normal to feel this way once in a while, but if you’re feeling this way regularly, it may be time to take steps to improve your mental health. In this guide, we will outline what to do when you’re struggling […]

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How to Tell if You or a Loved One Needs Help From a Mental Health Professional

Mental health is an important aspect of your overall well-being. It includes your emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Poor mental health can lead to mental and physical health problems as well as decreased […]

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The Relationship Between Sleep and Mental Health

There is a clear connection between healthy sleep and good mental health. During sleep, our brains make new connections, enabling us to learn from the experiences of the previous day. The body also performs a majority of its healing processes during sleep. Your period of nightly rest is also an opportunity for digestive organs and […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Each May, we join the national movement along with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to bring awareness to mental health. Millions of Americans currently live with a mental illness. In fact, 26% of people ages 18 and older battle a diagnosable mental disorder each year. Many struggle with more than one mental disorder […]

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When The Mental Health Patient is Someone You Love

It can be exhausting and challenging to care for a loved one with a mental health concern. You might not know exactly what to do or how to do it, but you love the patient and want to help. This can obviously take its toll on your own mental health, so it’s essential to take […]

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Tips for Talking To Doctors About Your Mental Health

Half of all adults will struggle with a mental health problem in their lifetime, and poor mental and emotional health can significantly impact physical health –the heart, neurological system, digestion, endocrine system, immunity, just to name a few. It truly is all connected, and vicious health cycles begin when mental health begins to decline. For […]

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