Millions of people struggle with depression every day, and some do not know that help is available. Depression can affect all parts of life, from a job or scholastic performance to relationships with loved ones and even strangers. If you or someone you care about is experiencing signs of depression, know that compassionate support is […]
Have you been feeling sad, empty, or hopeless for long periods? Have you completely lost your interest in things or people you used to enjoy? These things can include hobbies, family, and friends. You should be aware that these are possible signs of depression. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of depression is critical before finding
Today, we are going to discuss how exercise help depression and addiction. But before we get into all of that, did you ever participate in a talent show as a kid? Maybe you danced. Maybe you performed magic tricks. Maybe—like me—you wowed the crowd with your lip-sync skills. (If only everyone could be so cool).
Stigma involves negative stereotypes, labels and discrimination against a group of people. Although people can be stigmatized for many reasons and in a variety of settings, health-related stigma can be especially problematic. An article in BMC Medicine notes that it affects all quality care elements: diagnosis, treatment and outcomes. The authors note that stigma about
COVID-19 has brought us together to face a common challenge. One of the issues we are all trying to figure out is coping with loneliness during the quarantine. The effects and stresses mount quickly. These include loneliness, worries about health, and anxiety about finances. Unfortunately, some people are coping with isolation during quarantine in the
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the direction of our lives in the blink of an eye. It has left us with an escalating set of worries. At the same time, we are trying to figure out a new normal in coping with isolation during coronavirus. The scary thing is that for some of us, coping with
With proper anxiety treatment, you can get back to living your life. But it’s not always that easy or quick. Sometimes, anxiety or other mental health issues create additional problems such as addiction, especially during a pandemic. When that happens, you might not be taking good care of yourself. During a pandemic like the current