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Tag: MentalHealth

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06 November

Can symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) be alleviated after only a single therapeutic intervention? Accelerated resolution therapy could offer significant relief to people who struggle with addiction and co-occurring complex traumas. But how does this treatment work, and how quickly can positive changes appear? Here’s what you need to know. Accelerated resolution therapy is […]

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03 November

The urge to exercise regularly is certainly a trait more of us wish we had. But how can we distinguish enviable discipline from unhealthy compulsion? Here is what you should know about exercise addiction. Regular exercise is an essential component of optimal physical and mental health. Countless studies have found that exercise helps regulate mood, improve focus […]

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16 September

When you’re dealing with depression, it’s easy to fall prey to lies telling you you’re not good enough and that your life is not worthwhile. These lies weigh you down, anchoring you to a false view of yourself and the world around you. Take a look at some of the biggest lies of depression, along with […]

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15 September

Going through addiction recovery is challenging enough on its own, so much so that having to handle grieving the loss of a loved one on top of it may feel all but impossible. In many instances, the very substance you’re recovering from might have been the exact crutch you once used to get through difficult […]

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13 September

According to a study conducted by the Boston University School of Public Health, depression rates among U.S. adults tripled from an average of 8.5% to 27.8% during the early months of 2020 with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic; this number saw a steady increase to 32.8% in 2021, with depression affecting 1 out of […]

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07 September

It’s normal to feel anxious at times, particularly during stressful situations. But how do you know if your everyday worries are a sign of something more serious? Ask yourself these five questions to get a better idea of where you land on the worry vs. anxiety spectrum. WHAT AM I WORRIED ABOUT? Everyone worries about […]

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05 August

Can symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) be alleviated after only a single therapeutic intervention? Accelerated resolution therapy could offer significant relief to people who struggle with addiction and co-occurring complex traumas. But how does this treatment work, and how quickly can positive changes appear? Here’s what you need to know. Accelerated resolution therapy is […]

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03 August

The urge to exercise regularly is certainly a trait more of us wish we had. But how can we distinguish enviable discipline from unhealthy compulsion? Here is what you should know about exercise addiction. Regular exercise is an essential component of optimal physical and mental health. Countless studies have found that exercise helps regulate mood, improve focus […]

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17 June

You’ve probably heard of the flight or fight response. This is the “good” side of anxiety, when your body reacts to impending danger by sending you a jolt of extra adrenaline and cortisol. It’s these natural hormones that give you the instant energy to hit the brakes when someone suddenly stops ahead of you. Or […]

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14 June

Over the last few years — as the pandemic produced uncertainty and anxiety — an astounding number of parents watched helplessly as their teenager’s mental health seemingly deteriorated. Parents commonly reported moodiness, lack of socialization, unhealthy sleep patterns, and problems with motivation. In severe cases, they reported signs of severe depression, suicidal thoughts, and self-harm. […]

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