mental health

10 Depression Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

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When someone says they feel depressed, it can mean many things. It can mean they feel sad, lonely, hopeless, guilty, or any number of other complex emotions. When these feelings start to have a negative impact on the quality of your life, it is time to take action. Continue reading […]

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4 Proven Methods To Manage An Anxiety Disorder

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Did you know life can be stressful at times? Of course you did. Experiencing stress, anxiety, and anger is part of the human condition. We even have built-in responses to these stressful situations that have been part of our DNA for millions of years, like the “fight or flight response”. Continue reading […]

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4 Ways Telepsychiatry Is Changing The Mental Healthcare Landscape

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Telepsychiatry was intended to serve patients in remote areas but has evolved into a convenient and effective model for improving access to mental healthcare. Today, it is the preferred method to access care by younger generations, and quickly growing with baby boomers as they adapt to an increasingly digital landscape. Continue reading […]

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5 Types Of Social Anxieties And How To Overcome Them

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If you find yourself feeling nervous or uncomfortable in specific social situations, you’re not alone. While many people struggle with different types of social anxiety, the good news is that it can be overcome with the right strategies. Understanding different types of social anxiety is often the first step to managing and conquering them. Continue reading […]

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The Gut-Brain Connection: How A Healthy Diet Can Reduce Anxiety and Alleviate Depression

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Did you know there are roughly 100 trillion unique organisms living in your gut? These microbiome communicate with your central nervous system and near-endocrine systems associated with anxiety and stress response. We also know the “gut-brain connection” plays a role in mood and memory, but how much more they communicate is still very much a Continue reading […]

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