Falling victim to a terrible accident and suffering an injury has a much greater impact on your mental health than you may think.
1 in 5 adults will deal with a mental health illness at least once in their lifetime. Teenagers have a higher rate. It's time to stop hiding mental health issues in the closet and speak out and talk about them.
Revolutionizing your life begins with being selfish enough to take care of yourself – both mentally and physically.
We all have days where the chaos threatens to overwhelm. Here are some tips to finding stability amidst the chaos.
There are things to ditch for better mental health – these are the top 3.
Parental anxiety is widespread and 40 million US adults carry an anxiety disorder every year. Here’s how to reduce that anxiety from the experts.
Momma always said life is what you make of it and if you’re handed lemons you need to make lemonade. Here’s how to find your own happiness in life and make the most of every situation you encounter.
Your mental health is as important as your physical health. Combine these supplements with other methods like stress management, exercise, and talking through issues with a professional if you feel things are getting too much to handle.
Knowing how to live healthily is half the battle, and once you’ve got the knowledge, applying it to your life will get you feeling happy and healthy all of the time.
The first step to combating a headache is knowing what is causing it.
Finding yourself in the middle of a divorce is never easy, especially if you did not see it coming. With the assistance of friends and family to help you through; however, you will be able to eventually accept the divorce and move on with your life. Here’s how.
“Brain disorder” is a broad term for any condition or disability that affects our brain. Here we highlight the two most common brain disorders and what they do to our brain.
These 4 simple things may seem benign, but when you add them all up, you are harming your health in a way that can be controlled.