Mental Health

Mental health comes with a stigma attached. A large number of Americans struggle with a mental illness, yet asking for help seems harder than it should be. Luckily, there are several things you can do daily to improve your social well-being.

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Bash Brain Fog And Improve Memory With These Easy Tips

If you sometimes struggle with finding the right words to say or suddenly becoming unable to think, you could be suffering from brain fog. Here's how to get rid of it.

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Top Stress Relief Advice for Working Moms

Since the pandemic began, moms have taken on more then they can handle. Share this article with all working moms you know who could use some evidence-based stress relief tips in their life.

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Best Anger Management Tips To Help You Keep Your Cool

You don't need to be an overly angry person to benefit from these anger management tips. Learn how anger and negative emotions affect your health, and how to ease your fury here.

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How To Get Rid Of Headache In Back Of Head

Headache in back of head can be prevented using TCM remedies, such as acupressure and eating a healthy diet. Learn more about how to reduce head pain here.

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Tips For How To Gain Weight The Healthy Way

Chances are, you'll get advice about how to gain weight from people who need to lose weight. Our health experts break down why being underweight could be dangerous for your health and how to put on the pounds in a healthy way.

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Stress is to blame for many mental health problems in America. Thanks to a face-paced life that doesn’t allow for much time to focus on our well-being, it can be very difficult to navigate our emotions. Fortunately, you can use at-home remedies to help you feel better. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) encompasses a wide range of tools and practices that you can use to better your mental health, such as the use of anti-anxiety herbs, acupuncture for depression, and stress-relieving exercises.
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Discover 6 Medicinal Mushrooms for Depression

Yes, you can consume medicinal mushrooms for depression. Learn more about the different types of medicinal mushrooms that may help your mental well-being.

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6 Breathing Techniques to Improve Your Health

Stress relief can be as simple as learning some breathing exercises. Master these simple breathing techniques to improve your health.

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7 Ways to Prevent an Anxiety or Panic Attack

Have you experienced a panic attack? Panic Disorder affects 6 million adults in America, or around 3% of the U.S. population. Learn what you can do to prevent it.

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5 Ways to Ease Stress Rash Symptoms

Stress rash is a physical side effect of feeling under pressure. Learn the tips on how to soothe the skin and avoid these rashes from coming back.

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Ways to Manage Oxidative Stress During COVID-19

Learn how COVID-19 has made your body more susceptible to oxidative stress damage, and what steps you can take to live a healthy life.

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You don’t have to tackle mental health by yourself. You can find a wide selection of resources medically reviewed by doctors to provide accurate and efficient ways to boost your mental health. Read on for valuable tips for reducing stress, boosting your mental outlook, and feeling happy.

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