There’s a lot of discussion out there about staying physically fit. The internet is filled with articles on how to train our bodies for marathons or how to reduce fat while building muscle. But what about our brains? How do we get mentally fit or boost our creativity?
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Regular physical activity can help ward off depression and anxiety
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Guest article by Suzanne Jessee, C.E.O. Anew Era TMS and Anew Era Psychiatry
Almost seven percent of the U.S. adult population suffer from major depressive disorder, and nearly half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, which affects 18 percent of the population. Although depression and anxiety affect nearly 25 percent of Americans, they are treatable. Typically, treatment is a combination of behavioral therapy, medication, and complementary and alternative treatment. Continue reading “Did You Know Knitting Can Help with Depression and Anxiety?”
Guest article from porcheberryauthor.com
When it comes to self care we have all been told or heard or read somewhere about meditating, exercising, and other generic advice. If you’re like me then you’ve felt irritated by the lack of practical information that can be applied in our overly busy lives.
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Guest post by: Marissa Myers
Here are a few simple suggestions on how to engage in daily self-care & greatly enhance your life.
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It seems that every day we are bombarded with new research regarding health and wellness—about what we should be doing to achieve it and what daily habits will surely sabotage it. It can become overwhelming trying to keep up with the barrage of heath tips and warnings, so much so that many of us just throw up our hands and give up even trying to be healthy.
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We’re all busy. As a recent article bluntly put it: “Americans work more than anyone.” Most Americans work over 40 hours a week, more than our counterparts in other industrialized nations like England, Norway, and Japan. We also retire later, work longer days, and are permitted less time off for vacation. As a country, we rally around the ideals of determination and hard work. But experts suggest that overwork is linked to alcoholism, weight gain, sleep deprivation, and, in low-income workers, type 2 diabetes. So if you feel weighed down with anxiety – whether because of work or any other reason – be sure to care for yourself. That means taking time to relax, reducing stress, getting enough sleep, and saying no.
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