Mental Health

Mental health

There’s no stigma to needing support

When worry, fear, anxiety, sadness, and other normal emotions suddenly spiral out of control you don’t have to suffer alone. Discover the facts about mental health issues and disorders that affect people of every age and walk of life. See how you can regain a sense of balance and how to find help when you feel that you can’t do it on your own.

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Loving yourself for better health

Knowing and loving yourself plays an important role in your overall wellness.

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Biking outdoors is good for health

Spring in to a more positive you

Positive thinking doesn't mean that you keep your head in the sand and ignore bad situations. It means you look at things in a more positive way.

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A good night sleep leads to a healthy day

Five tips to kickstart your day

Learn some simple life tricks to be more motivated each morning.

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Getting help for problems

If you have a problem or a situation to overcome, getting help is the first step towards a solution.

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Getting treatment for depression

Getting help to treat depression

Symptoms may be alike for both the blues and clinical depression. Learn how to recognize when to seek help.

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Pets make good companions

Find happiness with a pet

Studies have shown that there are numerous health benefits to having pets, especially for senior citizens.

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Stress, anxiety, or depression?

Take charge of your emotional health and wellness. Know the differences between stress, anxiety and depression, as well as their treatment options.

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Family bonding produces happiness

Be healthy, be happy

Few things can be healthier for you than simply deciding to be happy.

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Board games help to keep the mind agile

Play games to boost brainpower

Games: they're not just for fun. You can also use games to stay sharp and boost your brain power.

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Emotional eating can be unhealthy

Emotional eating

If your reasons for eating involve stress, sadness, boredom, conflict or fatigue, you may struggle with emotional eating.

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