The Side Effects of Mood Stabilizers

The Side Effects of Mood Stabilizers

In Mental Health September 26th, 2018 No Comments

Mood stabilizers are types of medication that can reduce symptoms of a mental illness like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and many other problems. Psychiatrists often use antidepressants during treatment to allow the patient to feel more stable as they work through issues during psychotherapy sessions. Mood stabilizers can be very safe and effective to use…


10 Natural Remedies for Reducing Anxiety

In Mental Health September 11th, 2018 No Comments

Even though anxiety can seem overwhelming when it happens, there are simple steps to take that can help you start reducing symptoms right away. Here are some natural remedies for anxiety. 1. Healthy Diet People with poor diets and a lack of proper nutrition generally don’t feel as well and may have more anxiety than…


Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Mental Health?

In Mental Health September 10th, 2018 No Comments

The topic of gut health has been a recent trend when it comes to digestive issues and a healthy diet. But scientists have also found that there is a distinct connection between the health of your gut and your brain. Surprisingly, the balance of bacteria in our stomachs can have more to do with psychiatry…


Craniosacral Therapy

In Mental Health, Treatment Programs August 22nd, 2018 No Comments

Hands on, healing therapies can take on many forms including methods like craniosacral therapy. This is a type of healing modality that is gentle, non-invasive and focuses on creating a wave-like rhythmic pulse throughout the body. It is a therapy that can be useful for many different ailments including migraines, chronic neck and back pain,…


Why Women Only Support Groups are Important

In Mental Health, Treatment Programs August 15th, 2018 No Comments

Support groups can be tailor made for specific groups that are struggling with unique issues that they need to talk about in a safe space. In the same way that support groups can focus on certain problems such as alcoholism or abuse, they can also provide support for certain groups of people that need to…


Depression as a Response to Stress?

In Mental Health August 12th, 2018 No Comments

Everyone responds differently to stress and some people may have negative reactions that affect their mental health. Depending on genetic factors and many other variables, an individual may be more susceptible to stress and feel overwhelmed by it while others might feel energized and want to overcome the challenge. People that are more sensitive to…


Lack of Romantic Relationships on Mental Health

In Mental Health August 10th, 2018 No Comments

Meaningful romantic relationships can be very important to a person’s health and well-being. Married people in loving, stable relationships tend to live longer and enjoy better health overall. Relationships can be great for mental health because they nurture people and allow them to be themselves and grow. A few studies have shown single people tend…


Can You Be Ambitious and Depressed?

In Mental Health July 17th, 2018 No Comments

The typical image that people associate with depression is someone who can’t get out of bed, is unemployed or can’t get much done because of their feelings. The reality that people with very high ambitions who work very hard can also develop symptoms of depression. In fact the desire to be successful and depression are…


We Need to Talk About Suicide Rates

In Mental Health July 14th, 2018 No Comments

A startling statistic that many people may not be aware of are the rising suicide rates throughout the U.S. Studies revealed that the suicide rate between 1999 and 2016 increased by 28 percent and in 2016 alone as many as 45,000 Americans took their own lives. Unfortunately mental health issues remain a major stigma in…


How Crippling Debt Can Lead to Depression

In Mental Health July 6th, 2018 No Comments

Financial stress can be a major contributor to emotional issues because it can cause persistent feelings of worry and hopelessness. People with serious debt can end up suffering from depression because they can’t see a way out of their financial problems. Studies have shown that people with debt tend to suffer higher rates of mental…


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