Mental Health

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Simple Ways to Take Care of Your Overall Well-being

With everything that’s been happening all over the globe nowadays, everyone’s feeling stressed and overworked. Many have neglected their health, both mental and physical, largely due to being unmotivated or right-out prevented from doing it. For months on end, people are advised not to leave their homes. This meant being unable to visit their doctors or …

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Five Ways We Can Protect Our Mental Wellbeing During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only affecting physical health, it’s also affecting thousands of people’s mental health. According to a recent study, the number of people who reported having depression or having symptoms of depression has tripled. The number of people experiencing symptoms of anxiety has also increased drastically over the pandemic. People’s mental wellbeing has been affected …

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Four Factors to Consider in Managing Employees with Mental Health Issues

Mental health issues present a unique and complex challenge to anyone involved in workplace management. Even though nearly 1 in 5 adults in the US experienced some form of mental illness in 2018, many people are still reluctant to open up about any struggles they may be dealing with in terms of mental health. And …

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Progressive Parenting: What to Do When Your Child Starts Growing Up

No matter how open parents are today, sex and substance abuse remain uncomfortable topics, especially if the child is a growing adolescent. As a rule, children will always primarily ask their parents about such topics. And that’s a good thing because parents should always be aware of their children’s explorations into the grownup world. In …

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How to Help Your Loved Ones Deal with Mental Health Disorders in Idaho

Mental health disorders are a severe problem here in Idaho. An estimated 25 percent of our population is suffering from mental health issues, and nearly 6 percent are serious illnesses such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Despite improvements in recent years, our state’s suicide rate is 58 percent higher than the national average as of …

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