Posts tagged depression
The Benefits of Drinking Coffee

Drinking coffee has been associated with many negative health outcomes, but now, many studies have proven otherwise. Do you love coffee? If so, then you are in luck because coffee can provide many benefits to your health. Many studies had shown that coffee was dangerous and that it could cause cancer or raise blood pressure.

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The Different Types of Anxiety Disorders

Generalized anxiety disorder revolves around the feeling of anxiety or worry that lasts longer than six months. People worry about things like money, health, finding a job, working that job, social interactions, and everyday living routines. Fear causes a feeling of restlessness, feeling easily fatigued, having trouble concentrating because of your constant worrying thoughts, or your mind going blank at random moments.

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3 Easy Effective Ways to Tackle Your Depression

Many of our loved ones or us will be diagnosed with mental health disorders, including depression. Depression can also be a symptom of other mental health disorders, such as schizophrenia. Either way, it can suck the life out of you if you let it. You have control over your reaction and response to it.

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Easy Remedies For A Better Night's Sleep

Sleep affects all of us and is the reason we have enough energy to go about our day. Although, sometimes insomnia makes an appearance and sets our routine off balance. If you are seeking ways to cope with insomnia or new methods of recharging before the week, our immune system relies heavily on our overall health, including sleep.

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Why We Need To Exercise For Our Mental Health

For centuries science and media have emphasized the importance of physical exercise. No other topic has been discussed as widely as exercise, and its benefits. But recently Science has delved deeper into the dynamics of exercise. There is a universally held view that exercise not only benefits one physically but also mentally.

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The Importance of Being Aware of Your Mental Health

Mental health is something to take seriously, and you should look out for warning signs and take care of your mental health at all times. Your mental health is not something to be ignored. Your mental health is just as important as your physical health and here are some things that you should keep in mind if you notice a difference in your mental health. 

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Why Instagram Is Making People Miserable

The Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) recently did a study where Instagram ranked as the most negative social media platform for mental health. The study included the five most popular platforms: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram. The internet and social media is something young people today have grown up with, so it's a big part of their sense of self.

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3 Ways to Bring Awareness for World Suicide Prevention Day

Reach out and help someone. Life can be hard, and for some people, it can be a little harder. Falling into a deep depression can feel like the end. If you or someone you love is experiencing this, knowing how to handle is the most important thing.

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How Work Affects Mental Health

In America, we prioritize work over everything else. We believe work should come before family, friends, and unfortunately our mental health. Many people aren’t even aware of the way work is affecting their mental health and just live life in a haze of depression. Others act out, unable to control their untreated mental health issues.

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The Best Ways to Deal With Depression & Suicidal Thoughts

In life, there are always trials and tribulations, but there are ways to deal with depression and suicidal thoughts. The first thing you need to realize is that you’re not alone. Many have suffered some form of depression and has had suicidal thoughts. It’s nothing to be ashamed of or admit that you need help with.

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How Pressure on Students Can Affect Their Mental Health

Millions of students each year are affected by the silent wave sweeping schools across the nation: one in five students show signs or symptoms of a mental health disorder. The pressure students face being the best in their class, get into college and succeed, and go into a profession greatly contribute to a decline in their mental health.

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Taking Mental Health More Seriously

Mental health and physical health are both treated way differently. When you get a broken leg or a broken arm, you get immediate attention. When you have stomach pain or your neck is hurting. You immediately go into a hospital and there are people to take care of you as soon as possible.

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